Some IT leaders believe GDPR will make their lives easier by forcing their supply chain to tighten up, but others are more concerned about their own organisation's compliance
Security firm outlines why traditional security techniques no longer work, with both networks and hacking techniques evolving so rapdily that security teams can't keep up
The shortlisted entries for the Tech Marketing & Innovation Awards has been revealed - check them out to see if you're in with a chance of winning big on the night!
Darren Price, global CIO at RSA Insurance, gives advice to anyone hoping to move into a C-Suite position, and says more CIOs will become CEOs in future
Computing Research reveals worrying lack of forward thinking among UK-based businesses
Join Computing on this trek into the verdant pastures of a burgeoning video games industry, as we remember the best games of the '80s. In this first feature, we start where it all began in 1980 itself
A group of CIOs from Computing's IT Leaders 100 list for 2017 discuss the opportunity for technology leaders to move into the CEO and COO roles
The UK's top IT leaders reveal to Computing what helped propel them to the top of their organisations
A group of top UK-based CIOs discuss their changing roles, and what new skills they'll need to develop to lead their organisations into 2020
Some of the UK's top technology leaders reveal the skills needed to make the step up to CIO and CTO roles
Thomson Reuters' Kelvin Lee: good communication and listening skills between departments is vital for modern organisations
Aaron Eccles, Endemol Shine's head of social media and digital marketing, also explains that VR is set to be huge for his industry
CIOs and other IT leaders give their tips on designing and implementing new storage solutions, and warn that 'large US organisations will try to lock you in'
'GDPR says to delete data after a certain period, while other regulations demand we keep data forever.' An IT leader explains his conundrum
'If you take storage for granted you're missing a trick,' says Matt Cadieux, CIO of Red Bull Racing
Why is storage still so expensive and difficult to manage?
Computing research reveals a worrying lack of agility among some UK businesses
A panel of experts explain how to kick off a DevOps project
Sogeti UK's Andrew Fullen: one firm gave developers cricket bats to threaten testers into getting their code into production faster
The service formerly known as Hotmail experiences further authentication issues across the globe
Expert panel argues that enterprises need to recognise that transformation is inevitable, and thinking otherwise is 'King Canute territory'
Ray Bricknell, MD of Behind Every Cloud, also claims that the way IT produces business cases is wrong
Computing research finds a lack of strategy around IT buying decisions, with under 40 per cent of purchases following an organisational strategy, and most being individually sanctioned
With business leaders desperate to understand the implications of the impending EU regulation, it's up to IT to understand it and translate its requirements into language they understand