We live in a mobile world - so why do only one-third of businesses use Windows 10?

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 From left to right: Stuart Sumner (Computing); Rob Miles (University of Hull); Andy Philp (VMware); Tom Allen (Computing)
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From left to right: Stuart Sumner (Computing); Rob Miles (University of Hull); Andy Philp (VMware); Tom Allen (Computing)

Rob Miles and Andy Philp discuss the transition from Windows 7 to Microsoft's latest cloud-friendly OS

Windows 7 will reach its end of life in 2020, and despite the changing IT landscape, Windows still running at the heart of many organisations; moving away would be a bold move. However, the way in ...

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