Operating systems software

Competition among operating system (OS) suppliers is growing, with new OS products being developed for emerging platforms such as smartphones and netbooks. Microsoft Windows is still the most important product for businesses, but Linux, Mac OS and Unix offer important alternatives, along with device-specific OS such as Android and Chrome. We examine the operating system software choices facing IT managers.

  • E-Zine 28 May 2024

    Digital border problems are stacking up

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the government’s post-Brexit plans for digital borders as problems begin to emerge. We find out about AI PCs and ask whether they will make any difference for enterprise IT. And we talk to Red Hat CEO Matt Hicks about the open source opportunities from AI. Read the issue now. Continue Reading

  • Feature 20 May 2024

    IT strategy: Supporting a distributed workforce

    The idea of supporting hybrid or fully remote workers has changed the dynamics of end-user computing support. We explore the challenges Continue Reading

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