The latest edition of the V3 Tablet App is now available to download for both Apple and Android devices.
The December edition features a round-up of our best content from 2013, ranging from in-depth features on major topics such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things and the PRISM spying scandal.
There are also interviews with leading IT chiefs at major firms and up-and-coming vendors. These include Aaron Levie, the CEO of enterprise storage firm Box, and the director of IT at John Lewis Paul Coby.
We also feature an interview with Steve Townsend, CIO at Transport for London, and Bet365 CTO Martin Davies.
There’s also the usual mix of news, memorable quotes, the eye-catching big picture page and the thoughts of our maverick guest columnist on what the next year will have in store.
The app is free to download on Android devices via the Google Play store. It is also free for iPad and iPhone users who have registered on the V3 website, or it can be purchased for £1.99 via the App Store.
All the previous issues of the V3 Tablet App are available to download too, so there's plenty more content for you to enjoy at your leisure on tablet and smartphone devices.
The V3 Tablet App will return in the New Year, so make sure you stay tuned for the next issue, which will focus on the major announcements from the Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) in Las Vegas to kick of 2014.
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