The latest issue of the V3 Tablet App is now available for download, with a focus on the IT legacy impact of the Olympics, one year after the event.
This includes a detailed feature covering several major firms involved in the IT of the Olympics such as Cisco, as well as those charged with selling on kit after the Games, and the schools and colleges that have benefited from this.
The head of IT at UK retail favourite John Lewis, Paul Coby, also speaks with V3 about the challenges of modern commerce in a world where online and instore have to combine in harmony.
Elsewhere, we take a look at some of the recent coming and goings in Tech City, so you can stay up-to-date with the hottest startups from the area, and how they're impacting on the wider market.
The Big Picture page takes a sporting theme, as it celebrates Andy Murray’s triumph at Wimbledon as he ended a 77-year wait for a male singles champion at the tournament. Smartphones were out in force to capture the moment, as the picture reveals.
The V3 Tablet App is free to download this month, with no issue charge or need to register.
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