A group of IT leaders at a recent Computing virtual roundtable discusses cloud and monitoring strategies, with most seeing issues with too many tools and dashboards giving rise to information overload, often burying critical data
Computing marks the annual event designed to celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths
Computing speaks to some of the UK’s leading technology figures to find out their biggest challenges for the future
Covid-19 has put many people off the idea of public transport, especially in major cities like London. Could a new electric scooter be the answer for shorter trips?
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen organisations accelerate their cloud strategies, with staff reluctant or unable to work from offices, data centres and many other locations. Computing recently caught up with Justin Augat, VP of Product Marketing at iland,...
Single source of truth: What should the flexible, integrated, and autonomous modern data warehouse of today look like?
Register for this Computing webinar to listen to and quiz the experts about the modern data warehouse approach
Sean Leach, Partner and UK & European patent attorney at intellectual property firm Mathys & Squire, explores the challenges surrounding IP law around machine learning
Public Health England appears to be managing the daily case numbers on an Excel spreadsheet, and has misunderstood the software's limitations
IT leaders working in the charity sector overwhelmingly favour persisting with remote working, though many state that video calling etiquette and culture need refinement.
Computing speaks to Alan Shields, chief architect of LGSS, one of the UK's largest public sector shared services organisations, to find out how his organisation is responding to the pandemic
With many hundreds of high-quality submissions received, Computing has chosen the shortlist for the coveted Women in Tech Awards. Is your name on the list?
Computing speaks to the CIO steering committee of its upcoming IT Leaders Festival to understand how IT leaders need to develop themselves and their careers over the coming months and years
Jonathan Ritchie, CIO of Mastercall Healthcare, explains how Bluetooth-connected devices can be used to remotely triage patients, potentially saving the NHS time and money, and saving lives
How can you create a safe environment that enables failure, innovation and growth within the team? Find out at the IT Leaders Festival 2020
Children going back to school adds another layer of complexity for some people, with further Covid-19-related restrictions likely in the near future
The Microsoft co-founder reinforces the need for innovation to navigate a path out of the crisis, and berates world governments stating that only the US has put sufficient funding towards a vaccine
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New research from Computing Delta reveals how organisations are intending to spend their IT budgets during the COVID-19 crisis, with most staff continuing to work remotely
James Robbins gives his top tips for retailers to exploit technology to gain an advantage over the competition
Computing speaks to a host of enterprises to discuss collaboration tools, staff well-being, and whether video or audio-only is preferable for meetings
Remember the IT iceberg, says cloud identity and access management vendor, with 15 per cent of many products being the purchase cost and 85 per cent of cost being hidden, below the water line
Computing’s market intelligence service for IT leaders walks away with one of the most fiercely contested gongs at the Professional Publishers Association Awards
Security is always one of CIOs' top headaches, and the global pandemic hasn't improved matters. So what do organisations need to do in order to better protect themselves during the COVID-19 crisis?
With no end in sight for mass remote working, how long until expensive commercial real estate gets axed? Computing speaks to IT leaders to find out how technology is informing the decision, whilst simultaneously being heavily impacted
Registration is open for this Computing webinar on business connectivity in today's dispersed world
Set against the backdrop of fears that AI will take our jobs and eventually our lives, one algorithm produces a set of home working advice which seems unlikely to displace human consultancy for the time being
Richard Feltham, sales director at Scality, says traditional data storage isn’t designed to handle today’s petabyte-scale, always-on, global cloud, edge-connected world
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New research from Computing shows the extent of the data-sharing challenge, as organisations admit plans to share more data with their partners in future despite regulatory and other difficulties
A panel of judges and a previous winner explain how to give yourself the best chance of winning big in the 'Oscars of IT'
Budget carrier confesses to hack in January 2020, and has informed the Information Commissioner's Office
Computing and the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, give the hottest tips for your UK IT Industry Awards entries - register to maximise your potential to walk away with one of the most coveted gongs in the industry!
'We've seen more innovation in six weeks than in the past 10 years,' says one CIO, as Computing speaks to some of the UK’s top IT leaders to find out what they’ll be bringing from the COVID-19 pandemic into the post-lockdown world
Computing's Women in Tech Awards are on track for a big year in 2020, with dozens of prestigious awards to be won by women at all levels, and at every stage of their career
Steve Humber explains his strategy for instilling a high performance culture, whilst keeping morale high during the COVID-19 outbreak, and puts his success down in part to his history as a competitive speed skater
A letter signed by over a hundred privacy experts and academics following a meeting of the Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee as they debate the app, has been published with almost 200 signatories
The membership body for IT professionals in the charity sector is aiming to build and develop its proposition
James Polo-Richards, real estate lawyer and Partner in the Commercial Real Estate team at law firm Wright Hassall, explains the pros and cons of a sale and leaseback of commercial property
Computing examines the tools and strategies needed to keep the business functioning in extraordinary times, including a rundown of the most popular unified communications and video conferencing solutions
Computing examines the pandemic crisis and identifies key trends likely to continue long after the lockdown ends
Find out how to improve your recovery from a potential ransomware attack
Nick Folkes, Group CIO of G4S, explains that his organisation has benefited from its long-term digital transformation programme, with most services already in the cloud. But there were significant challenges early on in the lockdown period, especially...
Geoff Hedges, digital transformation manager at Worcestershire County Council explains how his organisation is keeping processes running smoothly whilst adding additional services to help both internal and external customers - all whilst ensuring morale...
AECOM-IBM outsourcing deal 'working well' and the 'IBM support team makes the work go smoothly'
Inside source claims that AECOM's IT is struggling as a result of January 2017 IBM outsourcing deal