Dave Palmer, director of technology at Darktrace, explains how machine learning can help complex enterprises combat threats before they do serious damage
John Abel, head of technology and cloud UK, Ireland and Israel at Oracle also admits that cloud isn't cheaper, and that it can represent a risk to CIOs, and the wider IT department
Andrew Sheppard, product owner, digital tax platform at HMRC explains that the taxman never set out to work in a DevOps way, it just happened...
Computing rounds up the latest and best gaming ultrabooks and asks which gives you the best bang for your buck?
Chef encourages IT leaders to automate GDPR automation, and break the cycle of ensuring compliance at the time of every audit, and forgetting about it the rest of the time
Data from 17th century ships' logs is still used today in weather research. Under GDPR, should it be deleted?
Energy consultancy selects SnapLogic Enterprise Integration Cloud
Computing tests the ASUS ROG Zephyris, and checks out whether the latest NVidia Max-Q technology can be as fast, efficient and quiet as it claims
Three CIOs discuss the traits they want to see if they're going to engage with a partner in a major technology deal
Hargreaves Lansdown's David Davies describes how he keeps on top of technology evolution, and translates its importance to his board
A new report reveals that only one firm out of 100 examined has the right measures in place to protect against email fraud
Richard Elson, IS Director at law firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP, discusses the challenges of taking a security-first stance
Elson discusses how Trowers & Hamlins balanced the needs for security and open communications
Computing catches up with Mark Smith, senior director of the cloud & enterprise business group at Microsoft
Tony Pepper, CEO and co-founder of Egress says that if Microsoft keeps plugging gaps in its Office 365 support offering, it could be 'curtains for a bunch of start-ups'
McAfee chief scientist Raj Samani explains how security firms respond to a global security crisis
Cloud storage and filesharing service offline for hours for many users
Computing's puts the mid-priced machine through its paces, and asks if the Nvidia GTX 1060 can push its performance beyond what you'd expect from its value
Raj Samani, chief scientist at security firm McAfee explains why some firms are deterred from investing in security
Financial Compensation Services Scheme CIO Paul Brocklehurst explains the key task facing CIOs - and why his organisation doesn't have a chief digital officer
Dame Helen Alexander, a former chairman of Incisive Media and the first female president of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), has passed away aged 60
A recent Computing webinar revealed that interest in software-defined WANs is spiking, as organisations look for ways to enable secure, mobile working, whilst getting maximum value from existing assets
Paul Brocklehust, CIO of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, talks about digital transformation, AI and machine learning
Firewall settings and malware scanning were said to be the biggest culprits in reducing network performance, according to Computing's latest research
Marc Beder, director of technology at Advanced, explains organisations can pick the best of both Agile and ITIL methodologies