Research shows most organisations in the dark over emerging threats
Marriott hack: 60 per cent of cyber attacks now involve multiple targets in one organisation warns Carbon Black
"Island hopping" attacks targeting suppliers and acquisitions also growing threat, say experts
Digital transformation: 'It's not about changing it all, it's about running what's there, but better' says Savvius MD
Why rebuild the highway when you can change the traffic flow...?
Findings from a day of conversations around how and why we compute
It turns out the customer actually is always right, according to a Computing survey
Over half of organisations still see general commitment outweighing even budget as main obstacle, finds research
Is GDPR still stoking fears?
Edinburgh Woollen Mill takeover of Maplin comes to nowt as firm prepares to sell its last flashing disco ball
Spectrum Scale copes with "seriously demanding use cases" says CIO.
Video games are not a "mental disorder" - but let's ban exploiters from selling weaponised gambling platforms as games
The World Health Organization is wrong - but something does have to give
Download our report to find out
Ransomware isnt't going to abate in 2018 - what are the best ways to avoid it?
'There's an awful lot of hype out there'
The Force isn't strong with us
The landscape's changing fast, and insurance isn't quite keeping up, argues leading security consultant
If successful, firm would pull ahead of IBM
Better "set of design principles" are critical to correctly create the first AI, says Microsoft CEO
Leading-edge gaming technology for below £900? Don't be so sure...
Microsoft Teams 'can't compete with Slack' and is part of 'confusing set of tools', says Blenheim Chalcot CIO
'It doesn't feel like a finished product,' says Mark Ridley
'Tier one' offering helping estate agent expand digital marketing effort
And stop incessantly asking us out for coffee, say senior IT decision-makers
4K, teraflops and all the rest are no replacement for decent games - when is the arms race going to end?
GDPR four per cent fine won't be 'loaded shotgun fired off left, right and centre' predicts Hounslow Council information manager
ICO will seek to educate rather than fine, says Matthew Kay
IoT malware, machine learning attacks and a strong uptick on public-facing ransomware are all on the near threat horizon, warns Darktrace
"We need to change the way we approach security," says Peppa Wise
Russian hackers swarm all over bugs as company plugs gaps long after the event
Only the best of the best of the UK cloud industry need apply
Do you have the right stuff?
Could Apple buy out Tesla to give its electric car ambitions moving?
Lords drop 30Mbps minimum broadband speed demand as Tories rush Digital Economy Bill through parliament prior to general election
Enjoy your 10Mbps "universal service obligation", citizens
How HPE Synergy brought huge NHS cost savings and DevOps strategy to medical records firm EMIS Group
"Efficiency means saving the NHS more money," claims technical solutions manager
Find out in our new 'cloud balancing' research paper
Expect to see plenty more from this expanding, simulation-driven business transformation firm
Full steam ahead for the '£53bn startup'
Exclusive video interview
DDR5 memory standard coming in 2018, offering twice the bandwith of DDR4 and greater power efficiency
Development of new NVDIMM-P also "progressing quickly"
DDR5 will also "improve channel efficiency", claims standards body
Promises connection for 150 cloud and SaaS applications
But there's a lot more work to do with integration
Congratulations to you all!
There's a different solution, says infrastructure-as-code company
"We're not the high priests in the temple" warns IT leader
Join Computing, Nutanix, Fitness First and Behind Every Cloud to figure out where to put your data, and why
As literacy rates stall, robots keep on learning
AI and voice recognition-powered smartphones will be more literate than 1.7m UK adults in next 10 years
But are they getting smarter, or are we getting stupider?
$100m for struggling unified comms firm's coffers as it tries to move to cloud
Microsoft suffers authentication outage as Outlook, Hotmail and Skype users are locked out of accounts
Comms grind to a standstill. Again.
NHS Royal Brompton and Harefield finds new secure cloud home as Privacy Shield-equipped Microsoft Azure pips rivals to the post
UK Cloud were "helpful", but ultimately too expensive compared to Microsoft alternative, reports CIO
"ITOps to DevOps to NoOps"