News : Tablet computers
- August 06, 2018 06 Aug'18
Activewear brand has partnered with e-commerce firm Tryzens to launch a responsive site that is better suited to its increasingly digital customers
- August 01, 2018 01 Aug'18
Apple has posted a record-breaking quarter, but its smartphones are not selling as fast. Huawei is now the second largest smartphone maker
- June 27, 2018 27 Jun'18
Archive will enable people to read up on a 10-year project developed by the BBC in the 1980s
- June 13, 2018 13 Jun'18
The University of Northampton is preparing to open a new campus at a cost of £330m, and has turned to Cisco to supply an intelligent, secure network to support its innovative learning model
In Depth : Tablet computers
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Blog Posts : Tablet computers
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Opinion : Tablet computers
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Videos : Tablet computers
In this video Richard Thwaite, director of digital policing, Metropolitan Police Service, discusses the advantages of implementing mobility for officers on the streets, and discusses the innovation behind the project.
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In this CW500 club video, Alex Kwiatkowski, Head of Financial Insights Europe, IDC discusses regulatory compliance and BYOD in the finance sector, as well as the challenges and benefits of managing mobility.