Computing is proud to announce the shortlist for the 2018 Women in IT Excellence Awards
Computing's new event will feature a host of top CIOs discussing their approach to AI and ML, and reveal how they're turning the trend to their advantage
Corcoran discusses brain scanners, drones, networks refreshes, and using data to sell more whisky
With Facebook fined a paltry 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?
Insurance firm replatforms to commoditised SaaS solutions as there's 'no competitive advantage to running a finance system slightly better than our competitors' says Group CIO Ian Penny
Hiscox insurance CIO discusses skills, automation and DevOps at his organisation
Insurance firm CIO says he isn't seeing AI and automation taking people's jobs, rather it takes the boring work away from them
Insurance firm choose Azure due to relationship with Microsoft, and starts working in a DevOps way
Slack suffers connectivity issues
Cathal Corcoran, Gatwick Airport CIO, also discusses how data can help to sell more whisky
Cloud Access Security Broker technology is a fast growing market, and aims to help organisations apply security policies across the cloud. It's an answer to a long-standing problem, but which option is the best fit for your environment, and how do you...
Cathal Corcoran, CIO of Gatwick Airport, explains how CIOs need to get up to speed with new technologies, and argues that there's no real need for the Chief Digital Officer role
CIO explains his strategy is to minimise the number of suppliers, and keep core processes on-premises
Abboud speaks to Computing about his top priorities in 2018
We delve into the first release from new UK-based indie games studio Solar Sail Games
A panel of experts answer your questions on the challenges inherent in the EU's new GDPR legislation
Denial of service attacks expected from North Korea, targetting US government departments or military networks
Cathal Corcoran, the airport's CIO, explains why the organisation chose HPE, and what benefits the project has brought to the business
University CIO: 'If I had a pound for every time I heard a piece of software can make you GDPR compliant…'
Heidi Fraser-Krauss, Director of Information Services & Acting Academic Registrar at the University of York, describes her organisation's journey towards GDPR compliance
Gatwick Airport CIO Cathal Corcoran explains how he found success by in-sourcing recruitment away from external agencies
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Microsoft's flagship cloud-based productivity suite can leave its users exposed to serious security risks
Analysing brain waves allows for faster security checks, but the challenge is making it as accurate in the live environment as it is in the lab, says Gatwick Airport CIO Cathal Corcoran
Julian Burnett, former House of Fraser CIO and Sainsbury's CTO explains that confidence is growing in both public and private cloud, and that a tipping point is coming