The Women in IT Excellence Awards were a huge success, read on to find out who collected the gongs on the night
A panel of experts at a recent Computing event explain that shadow IT can help the business, once the security risks have been assessed
A panel of CIOs at a recent Computing event discuss their strategies for mitigating risks to their data in the cloud
Rachel Murphy adds her voice to the growing concern from IT leaders that the IT skills base in the UK cannot keep up with demand
Awards will now be held at the Hilton London Bankside due to overwhelming demand for Computing's newest awards
More IT leaders complain of difficulty recruiting staff with the right skills and experience, as Leeds Building Society CIO Tom Clark weighs in
Joanna Smith, CIO, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust says that it's hard to recruit the right skills in the NHS
Joanna Smith discuss cloud, security and skills in the latest edition of Computing's CIO Interview series
Tom Clark, CIO at Leeds Building Society, explains how a random LinkedIn request ended up with his organisation implementing a cheap, effective tool which has helped understand how data travels around the business
New research from Computing reveals what firms do to reduce the risks of certain types of threat
Support for Java has been the community's top request since Function's launch, according to Microsoft
UC Point's employees will join the SoftwareONE UC&C organisation
James Robbins, CIO of Drax and chair of Byte Night's Newcastle chapter, tells Computing why he feels it's important to get involved
Tom Clark, CIO at Leeds Building Society, describes how robotic processing has improved his business
New research from Computing reveals that IT leaders recognise the advantages of APIs, but warn that additional skills may be required to manage them
Latest figures from netmarketshare reveal sudden surge in Linux install-base
John Abel, Oracle's head of technology and cloud UK, Ireland and Israel, explains why the software giant is involved in the new land-speed world record attempt
Can Alienware's latest and greatest topple the mighty ASUS ROG Zephyrus as the most powerful gaming ultrabook we've seen?
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?