Computing Mobility Summit panel discussion: Integration, applications and diversification

John Leonard

Panel of CIOs discuss what tomorrow will look like

"Only Doctor Who will be given a sonic screwdriver," said Paul Boyns, head of IT strategy and policy at the BBC during a panel debate at the recent Computing Enterprise Mobility Summit. Boyns wa...

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