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
AECOM CEO Mike Burke was 'asked to leave', alleges insider, over leadership questions following IBM IT outsourcing
Burke has been trying to push through the sale of the engineering firm before company AGM this month, say sources
Ian McKetty walked into a tricky situation when he became CIO at Kew Gardens, with an under-invested IT estate, unskilled teams and a huge disconnect with the business. Here's how he turned it around
Why do some technology leaders spend their entire careers in permanent roles, while others hop between temporary or consultancy posts, or even launch their own business? Computing speaks to CIOs on both side of the fence to hear the pros and cons
Data Ops brings together principles of Agile, DevOps and Lean Manufacturing, but it isn't right for every situation, argues James Lupton, CTO of Cynozure
Boris Johnson's party wins by a landslide, but what does the UK's IT industry make of the result?
'Secure inbound email' advise the experts. Computing speaks to luminaries from end user and vendor organisations, and learns that it's not about 'patch management'
Jeff Mery, VP global solutions architects at Chef tells delegates at Computing's Cyber Security Live conference that treating everything as code helps traditional translation challenges between developers, infrastructure teams and security
Speaking at Computing's Cyber Security Live conference, Mike Spradbery, senior technical leader, IBM Security UK & Ireland, explains what organisations need to think of when building their incident response plans.
The UK IT Awards 2019 was a raging success, as this gallery from the big night shows!
Jason Foster, CEO and founder of data and analytics strategy consultancy Cynozure, explains that we need a new analogy for data, without some of the negative connotations of oil
Kew Gardens CIO Ian McKetty tells Computing that all the 'front of house' systems are being replaced: EPOS, CRM and BI
Ian McKetty, Kew Gardens CIO, tells Computing of plans to create an integrated collections management system to make hundreds of years of scientific research and knowledge accessible to the world
In this video from Delta, Computing's market intelligence service for CIOs, we discuss APIs, including how the most innovative enterprises are using them
See all the fun activities, sessions, workshops and events from the Women in Tech Festival - with over 600 people having a blast!
A panel of IT professionals discuss their multi-cloud strategies, and explain that every business is already across multiple clouds, whether it realises it or not
John Burrowes MBCS, business strategy consultant, iomart, warned the audience at Computing's Cloud & Infrastructure Live conference that they must get on top of their data
Simon Colvin, global head of technology, Media & Telecommunications, at law firm Pinsent Masons explains what cloud providers and customers need to watch out for as regulators step up their stringency
Computing's inaugural festival was a roaring success. Computing' editorial director Stuart Sumner discusses why it's the future for technology events
Research from market intelligence service Delta shows end users extremely concerned by levels of hidden costs across a wide variety of DevOps tools
Craig Parfitt, VP of global insight services, Calligo, argues that data scientists should be deriving insights from data, not building models
Will Smart discusses the refreshed NHS cyber strategy which will apply across the organisation, as ransomware refuses to disappear
NHS CIO Will Smart tells Computing that the organisation is in the midst of creating NHS-wide procurement frameworks for IT services
Legal expert warns industry to remember the law as it applies to AI, especially GDPR
Computing speaks to Kate Collins, Director of Strategic IT Delivery, and Steve Capper, CIO, at construction firm Royal BAM Group
Computing analyses the top earning IT roles in the UK - does your role make the cut?
Incisive Media turn their infamous frog logo rainbow to reinforce their commitment to LGBT+ equality and inclusion
Computing looks at average salaries across a range of senior technology leadership positions. Are you being paid what you deserve?
The IT Leaders 250 is Computing's definitive listing of the UK's foremost technology professionals
Caerphilly Council's Richard Edmunds explains how he aims to save £40m over four years while improving services using robotic process automation
Streaming service outage affects a large portion of customers in the UK on Saturday evening
'They didn't take me seriously because I'm a woman' - A story of ignorance in a male-dominated industry
Marie Myers, CFO of RPA firm UiPath tells how she was ignored by sections of the industry because of her gender, and how she was paid less than a man while performing the same role