Thank Zuck it's Friday #9 - Home Office 'super database', the software reseller claiming £270m from Microsoft and social media data breaches
This week on the IT news podcast the team discusses the Home Office's 'super database' on race, health and biometrics, the British software reseller bringing at £170m claim against Microsoft and the recent data breaches involving both Facebook and LinkedIn....
This week on the IT news podcast the team discusses the new military spending review, the implications of a fire at a chip manufacturing plant, and the concept of privacy-friendly paid-for internet search.
This week on the IT news podcast the team discuss the latest PAC report into IT border projects, hacker gangs targeting firms with cyber insurance policies, and data breaches at the MoD
It's Friday and the team are back for their weekly podcast, this week focusing on manure and security
'I still think the otters wave at me' - 15 Questions with Church of England director of technology Terry Willis
Willis sits in the '15 Questions' hotseat and discusses how he got into technology, the best piece of advice he was ever given, and sea otters
The Computing team discuss the week's top technology news, including Rishi Sunak's latest budget, the argument around vaccine passports, and Google's intention to stop selling ads based on tracked browser history
'How did I get into tech? Playing 'Pong' on console helped!' - 15 Questions with VMLY&R Global CIO Trevor Attridge
Attridge takes part in Computing's '15 Questions' series and discusses the advice he'd give his teenage self, and the technology of the future he's most excited by
Beating the pandemic through collaboration: An interview with Sudip Trivedi, head of data and analytics at the London Borough of Camden
Trivedi discusses partnering with external organisations to develop speedy front-line solutions to serve Camden Council's citizens, and talks about the importance of data behind every initiative
Join the Computing editorial team as they take a look at the week's top tech news, and somewhat oddly, discuss what happens when you walk into a brick wall...
Charles Ewen on his first ever job, why he decided on a career in technology and what advice he'd give his teenage self
James Harvey, EMEAR CTO, Cisco AppDynamics makes the case for application-led security, as technologists seek to simplify vulnerability management in the face of growing IT complexity and bridge the silos across IT teams.
Join the Computing team for episode three of the podcast that gives you the lowdown on the hottest tech news of the week
The Computing team expertly dissects the week's news, including the latest research on the top vendors in AI-enhanced security, how Favicons can be used to track you online, and whether Multi-Cloud is set to take over the world
Keeping a major bank going during the pandemic: Interview with Kate Platonova, Chief Data and Architecture Officer, HSBC
Computing speaks exclusively to Kate Platonova, Chief Data and Architecture Officer, HSBC to discuss the pandemic, remote working and quantum computing
Check out episode one of Computing's brand new podcast, where the team dissect the week's most important news, with a mixture of insightful comment and light-hearted banter
Updated regulation changes law from requiring an incident to cause immediate threat to life or significant adverse impact on the UK economy, to merely requiring a significant risk or significant impact in relation to service provision, meaning that any...
Head of IT Chris Mullins discusses the reasons behind the switch, the tribulations of cut-over day, and dealing with employees' 'crazy home network concotions'
Dr W Kuan Hon, director in the Privacy, Security & Information Law team at Fieldfisher, answers IT leaders’ enduring questions about GDPR around data erasure, subscriber data and Schrems II
Experts from around the world discuss the benefits artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques are bringing to the battle to beat the pandemic, and the ways in which we should help the technology be more effective
With essential services and safety nets struggling thanks in part to years of austerity and the more recent pandemic, it's time for big tech to step up and pay its dues, argues Stuart Sumner
Matthew Green, Technology and Data Director at The National Lottery Community Fund, explains how the programme, which included moving to mobile devices and leveraging technologies like Microsoft's O365 and Teams, meant that by the time of the first lockdown...
The latest research from award winning market intelligence service Delta reveals how the European market sees the lead players in HR systems
Oliver Presland, VP, Consulting Services Portfolio Ensono discusses the impact of the pandemic on user expectations and the security landscape
Greg Cope, technical director for enterprise services, and interim CTO Mark Ridley discuss the successes and pitfalls along the way, as the organisation managed to ditch all of its data centres during the global pandemic
Kathie Lyons EVP & GM of ParkView and Entuity, Park Place Technologies, discusses how organisations should decide whether or not to outsource their data centres, and when SD-WAN becomes a good option
Vicky Schildkamp, General Manager of Automation Logic discusses why diversity in IT is important, and how to encourage more women into the industry
Computing takes a look at quantum computing as the concept continues to attract billions of dollars of investment across the globe, with some major breakthroughs being announced recently. Are we on the cusp of the technology becoming commercially viable?...
Computing gazes into its crystal ball and outlines what it expects to be the big ticket items on IT leaders' agendas in 2021, including remote working, cyber security challenges, enterprise open source and automation
Computing talks to James Robbins, former CIO of Drax, Northumbrian Water, Northern Rail and more, about the switch to being a portfolio CIO, working for a range of clients in an advisory capacity
International fencer and Iron Man, Leon Orr, GFT's Chief Delivery Officer, discusses winning the UK IT Industry Award for Services Company of the Year
Computing catches up with GFT's Orr to discuss his organisation's win
Dave Palmer, co-founder of Darktrace, discusses security risks to organisations, and describes how he felt when he heard that his organisation had won one of the coveted gongs at the UK IT Industry Awards 2020
The Women in Tech Awards were held virtually for the first time in their history, but still managed to be bigger and better than ever? Read on to find out who won big on the night...
Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President of TechUK, tells delegates at the Women in Tech Festival about her successful career in IT despite setbacks and initially 'trying to be a man in a man's world'
With the opening day a huge success, don't miss out on day two, with an introduction to mindfulness, a panel session from the founder of Stemettes, and panel sessions on future generations and how organisations can create supportive cultures
James Robbins, former CIO of Northern Rail, Northumbrian Water, Drax, Royal Mail and others, discusses his experiences surviving boardroom tussles in highly political environments, and explains how other technology leaders can work to improve their own...
Computing Delta is design by CIOs for CIOs, and brings you a wealth of independent, end user-focused research on areas including Cloud, HR Platforms, APIs, CRM, Digital Transformation, Business Intelligence, RPA and much more...
Emma Maslen, Vice President and General Manager for EMEA and APAC, Ping Identity, discuss how the pandemic is changing security needs and authentication strategies, and her experiences changing companies during the global health crisis
Computing's editorial director Stuart Sumner speaks to Michael Connaughton, head of analytics and data innovation at Oracle EMEA, discussing the modern data warehouse
Computing puts out a call for new products, ideas and innovations which could be used by the varied organisations of the third sector
The UK IT Industry Awards 2020 was unlike any other which came before, being fully remote for the first time in its history. But that didn't stop 31 lucky winners from walking away with one of the most prestigious awards in IT. Read on, to find out who...
Interview with Paul French, Director of Business Intelligence, Visualisation and Reporting, Nationwide Building Society
Computing catches up with one of the finalists in the Digital Transformation Project of the Year category at the UK IT Industry Awards 2020
Interview with Ciklum, finalists in the IT Project Team of the Year category at the UK IT Industry Awards
Computing catches up with Sam Rapley, SVP Engineering and Delivery, Ciklum
Egress CEO Tony Pepper discusses the NHSmail project, and how Coronavirus has affected his organisation, and the industry more broadly
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?