Recent product launches, including unified communications tool Amazon Chime, reveal the web giant's new direction
Expert panel advises IT leaders to utilise existing standards such as ISO 270001, then examine guidance from the supervising authorities once released
Streaming service sends messages to some users warning of potential unauthorised access
Computing is joined by Joanna Smith, CIO at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, to discuss the cloud vendor marketplace, and analyse which best serve the enterprise
Mark Ridley, group technology officer at Blenheim Chalcot Accelerate, discusses the pros and cons of Microsoft Azure and AWS
Robert Bond, partner at law firm Bristows LLP, explains how to deal with the tricky issue of having sensitive data mixed through your email databases
Indie game development firm discusses the tools and techniques it uses to create its products, and also reveals the secret behind making a great game
Bridget Kenyon, head of information security at University College London explains how the impending GDPR can help security teams increase their budgets
Robert Bond, partner at Bristows LLP also describes the Panama Papers incident as a "wake up call", stating that "lawyers are very good at getting round rules"
Evelyn, developer of The Collage Atlas and Skyrocket story, discusses what tools and programming languages he uses, and the secret behind making a great game
IT leaders from Ladbrokes Coral, University College London and Forcepoint explain what's currently keeping them up at night when it comes to the impending General Data Protection Regulation
Computing speaks to an indie games development firm about its techniques and tools
Computing was at the GEEK exhibition in Margate recently, where, among other things, we captured this little gem
The Commodore Amiga was renowned for its vast library of exellent games including Lemmings, Cannon Fodder and Sensible Soccer. But which can you play right now on your mobile?
Duncan Stott, CIO of engineering firm Kier, explains why he thinks technology leadership is the best job in the world
Are turf wars about to break out between CIOs and COOs?
Either the COO has to have IT skills or the CIO needs to be closer to customers and the value chain, says Met Office CIO Charles Ewen
Also available on Google Play, but probably not BlackBerry World
Computing is proud to announce the definitive list of the top 100 IT Leaders in the UK for 2017
Inside source suggests at least two major projects are delayed, while smaller projects are being rushed through before staff are lost
Further details emerge from Aecom's decision to outsource its entire IT to IBM. "Visibly nervous and flustered" CIO Tom Peck delivered the news
Early Access, love it or loathe it, you still have to live with it - so here's our rundown of some of the best games right now, and one you'll definitely want to steer well clear of!
Thousands of IT redundancies possible as world's largest engineering firm scraps its entire IT department, with many employees facing an uncertain future
The recent Trident missile which veered off course was fired from a submarine that had just completed an IT system upgrade