IT Pro 20/20

IT Pro 20/20: Augmenting our new reality

Our second issue looks at the technology that's helping to make us all more mobile

Welcome to the second issue of IT Pro 20/20, our brand-new digital magazine that brings all of the month's most important tech issues into clear view.

Each month, we will shine a spotlight on the content that we feel every IT professional should be aware of, only in a condensed version that can be read on the go, at a time that suits you.

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This month's issue is all about the issues and technologies that would have surely graced product stands and stages throughout the sadly cancelled Mobile World Congress. With that in mind, we have taken a look at the work being done to improve security within the Internet of Things (IoT) industry, and what can, and should, be done to protect consumers and businesses alike.

We have also examined the growing relevance of mixed reality in the workplace, particularly when it comes to augmentation, including how to develop a business case, even if the benefits aren't always immediately obvious. This one you won't find online just yet.

Another article you won't find online is our look at the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which promises to be as much about technology and its relationship with humans, as it is about sport.

We hope you enjoy reading this month's issue. If you would like to receive each issue in your inbox as they release, you can subscribe to our mailing list here.

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