Charles Ewen on his first ever job, why he decided on a career in technology and what advice he'd give his teenage self
Businesses have adopted cloud on a never-before-seen scale, but management is a complex task
James Harvey, EMEAR CTO, Cisco AppDynamics makes the case for application-led security, as technologists seek to simplify vulnerability management in the face of growing IT complexity and bridge the silos across IT teams.
The Computing team expertly dissects the week's news, including the latest research on the top vendors in AI-enhanced security, how Favicons can be used to track you online, and whether Multi-Cloud is set to take over the world
Five years ago you had to be brave or foolhardy to choose hybrid cloud - not so now
Check out episode one of Computing's brand new podcast, where the team dissect the week's most important news, with a mixture of insightful comment and light-hearted banter
Updated regulation changes law from requiring an incident to cause immediate threat to life or significant adverse impact on the UK economy, to merely requiring a significant risk or significant impact in relation to service provision, meaning that any...
Join us as we discuss the role cloud data management plays in modern business
Greg Cope, technical director for enterprise services, and interim CTO Mark Ridley discuss the successes and pitfalls along the way, as the organisation managed to ditch all of its data centres during the global pandemic
'Cloud is at an inflection point': Kubernetes specialist Appvia on being selected by Bank of England to lead its cloud transformation
Appvia was selected to lead the transformation project from a long list of 46 suppliers
A group of IT leaders at a recent Computing virtual roundtable discusses cloud and monitoring strategies, with most seeing issues with too many tools and dashboards giving rise to information overload, often burying critical data
The webinar will delve into cloud versus SaaS deployment environments, and how you can utilise IT skills to boost your business
Making the the shortlist is more impressive than ever at a time when so many companies are celebrating cloud success
With the increase in remote working, business can't get enough of the cloud. We share users' opinions of AWS, Azure and GCP
Anglesey County Council has turned to the cloud to drop paper and increase efficiencies
Back-office functions like ERP are being left behind in the move to cloud. What concerns are slowing the migration, and are they justified?
Entries for the Cloud Excellence Awards close on the 4th September
Fewer than 20 per cent of companies are using cloud ERP today, but that number will spike to almost half in the next two years
Remote working is creating device manageability challenges - and IT leaders need to get to grips with the new normal quickly, or be held responsible for security failings