In this week's Computer Weekly, with more people working remotely, the use of Apple Macs in the enterprise is growing – we look at how to manage them securely. Our latest buyer's guide examines security in the supply chain. And 10 years on from the London Olympics, we find out how data innovation is revitalising its legacy. Read the issue now.
IDC estimates that the average cost of deployment activities is $527 per PC, but can go as high as $700 or more depending on the time spent by IT staff and users. Reducing the cost of deployment will significantly reduce the total cost of ownership—especially in combination with cost-saving features in Microsoft Windows 7.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at Apple's plan to woo open source developers to its Swift programming language. DevOps practitioners are warning of growing stress on IT operations staff through the growth of continuous development practices. And Specsavers' CIO tells us why the store is a vital part of digital retail. Read the issue now.
This white paper introduces a new technology aimed at increasing your ability to manage, maintain and protect PCs without burdening your budget. Learn all about its ability to securely manage PCs over various networks and discover 10 additional security use cases for this advanced platform.
Faced with a growing number of client devices, new user requirements, and the challenges of desktop management, many companies are determining that the conventional PC-centric model is no longer effective. This white paper explores the concept behind desktop modernization and outlines ten reasons you should start adopting it.
Dell's application migration services include application compatibility assessment, remediation, and expert packaging using Dell's unique, global, scalable, and cost effective factory approach.
Complex microprocessors lie at the heart of every electronic device and embedded system in use today - from mobile phones to brain scanners. Such products demand sophisticated software to get the job done, and that's where operating systems come in.