Computing speaks to a host of the UK's top CIOs to find out what makes them get out of bed in the morning
Current Premier League champions has announced a collaboration with leading esports organisation Epsilon to compete in a major FIFA video game event
Some of the UK's top IT leaders give their views on what it takes to be a great CIO, with business focus and ability to lead change cited as key skills
Tony Pepper, CEO of Egress, explains what he's doing to make security a help rather than a hindrance, and how his organisation is finding success at the highest levels of government
Computing speaks to a group of IT leaders at various charities to find out why they chose the industry, and what their unique challenges are
Pete Wood, head technology evangelist, RS Components, tells delegates at Computing's Cloud & Infrastructure Summit that they needed an awesome experience for end users quickly and cheaply, whilst not losing quality or resilience
DevOps: Take people with you, but allow them to leave if they don't want to come along on the journey
A panel of experts at Computing's recent DevOps North Live event discusses the cultural issues in implementing a DevOps culture
Aubrey Stearn, interim head of DevOps at the Solicitor's Regulation Authority, highlights what agile and DevOps can and can't do for organisations, and argues for developers to be rebranded 'software engineers'
John Abel, vice president, cloud and technology, UK & Ireland at Oracle tells the audience at Computing's Cloud & Infrastructure Live event that the cloud won't fix certain types of problem
Aubrey Stearn, interim head of DevOps at the Solicitor's Regulation Authority explains how to ensure your DevOps culture results in secure releases
We're 'past the point of peak tech'. Legislators will act on the monopolies controlled by Amazon and Google, says former Sainsbury's CEO King
John Abel, Vice President, Cloud and Technology, UK, Ireland and Israel, Oracle, discusses all things cloud, including the biggest challenges, and whether every firm should look to go cloud-first
As Apple and Amazon break the trillion dollar valuation mark, Computing speaks to Tony Pepper, CEO of Egress, to find out what it's like to scale up a successful business in the UK's culture and environment
Former Sainsbury's CEO explains what was wrong with technology at the organisation, and how to run successful IT-led transformations
380,000 credit card details stolen from website and app from 21st August to 5th September
Some of the UK's leading CIOs talk to Computing about the technologies either here or coming soon which they're excited about using in their organisations
Investment in STEM education sees rise in number of students taking the subjects, though proportion of A* grades falls
Duncan Stott, CIO of Kier, cites automation as the key trend CIOs need to understand and develop a vision for, or risk falling behind
Computing lists the best role-playing games of all time. Did your favourite make the cut?
Insurance firm sets up rotation programme and facilitates internal moves to diversify staff skillset, to offset career disruption from cloud, AI and machine learning technologies
IT leaders reveal the best ways for vendors to interface with them at Computing's recent Technology Marketing Summit
Computing speaks to Jonny Woolf, CFO / COO of the service which uses AI and Machine Learning to analyse music and help identify which bands and artists are most likely to hit the big time
With Facebook fined a paltry pre-GDPR sum, and the ICO traditionally reluctant to use its powers to the full, is there a danger that organisations will take data security less seriously?