Workday's David Hunt claims that firms are responding to the threat of big fines under GDPR - and are reacting with sweeping digital transformation programmes
New research from Computing reveals that IT leaders are most concerned with integrating legacy applications into new digital initiatives, with cultural change coming a close second
Did the world need the XBox One X? What sort of games is it likely to herald? And will there be an ounce of originality in any of them?
Report reveals no progress on increasing the number of women in senior IT positions since 2016 as Computing launches Women in IT Excellence Awards
A consultation is underway, admits E&Y, but nothing of the scale reported
Former FBI director gives evidence before the US Congress, claiming that Russia attempted to hack the recent US presidential elections
Stokes discusses digital opportunities for his business, including exploring augmented reality via a Microsoft HoloLens
New research from Computing reveals that firms are reluctant to move existing test and dev environments, and existing web-facing applications
British Airways rejects claims that cost-cutting India outsourcing was to blame for bank holiday weekend 'global IT outage'
BA blames power surge and failure to restore from back-ups for weekend of travel chaos at Gatwick and Heathrow
A panel of experts discuss when data becomes 'big', and typical board responses to requests for big data investment
Open source solutions and support company makes purchase in effort to enhance cloud development tools business
Latest research from Computing reveals what's putting the blocks on major digital transformation programmes, with good collaboration between business and IT seen essential for success
Dr Redouane Boumghar, research fellow in data science for space operations at the European Space Agency, explains how big data and collaboration tools are revolutionising space travel
The Met Office is one of the UK's biggest users of supercomputing - all geared towards forecasting weather in the UK and around the world
Experts at Computing's recent Big Data & IoT Summit discuss how to launch a big data project. Boards expect results, but not all projects deliver, so how should you deal with that?
The experts reveal their darkest big data nightmares, and explain how to avoid the pitfalls
An exciting evening saw 15 organisations and individuals awarded for their big data and IoT achievements
North Korea linked to WannaCry attack, as experts say the NHS should have done more to protect itself
The Lazarus Group, resposible for the Sony pictures hack of 2014, suspected of perpetrating WannaCry hack
The global ransomware outbreak of the 'WanaCrypt0r' malware recently took down swathes of NHS trusts in the UK - should the organisation have done more to protect itself?
IT experts state that ransomware and phishing are increasing the most in frequency and severity, with almost two thirds having been attacked or breached in the last 12 months
Security tips from the experts on how to defend systems from the ransomware that has taken down parts of the NHS and many other organisations
'Windows Graph is the glue between all your devices which makes it all happen'. And for the first time, 'Windows PCs will love all your devices'
Mark Ridley, Group CTO at Blenheim Chalcot, explains the link between Branston pickle and agile development
Large vendors used to handing out boilerplate terms and unused to negotiating contract details will struggle with GDPR, warn CIOs