Beating the pandemic through collaboration: An interview with Sudip Trivedi, head of data and analytics at the London Borough of Camden
Trivedi discusses partnering with external organisations to develop speedy front-line solutions to serve Camden Council's citizens, and talks about the importance of data behind every initiative
CIOs have a unique opportunity to become architects and enablers of elastic business strategies
Technology is bone-deep at cancer charity Anthony Nolan
The new agenda will focus on the lessons learned in 2020, and how they can be applied to 2021
Met Office CIO Charles Ewen: "If I've learned one thing, it's to be very cautious about predicting the future"
Ewen leads IT at the Met Office, and ironically acknowledges that there will always be a number of elements we can neither control or predict
'We risk creating a society that only connects on-screen' - CITL CEO Tree Hall on life post-pandemic
We must keep the benefits of remote working - and remember that humans are social creatures, says CITL CEO Tree Hall
'My first job? Sausage making - perhaps that's why I'm a vegetarian' - 15 Questions with Asda CIO Anna Barsby
Anna Barsby on what makes her laugh, her favourite place in the world, and the best business advice she ever received ...
"My preferred scenario? I never have to go back to work" - LSE CIO Laura Dawson on tech-driven futures
Laura Dawson of the LSE talks to Noel Anderson about the future of technology in education; data platforms (and why we won’t get a global, unified one any time soon); and AI
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
AWS Chief Andy Jassy will succeed Bezos in top role
Computing is proud to present the first Cyber Security Festival, taking place this summer over three days: Wednesday 16th, 23rd, and 30th of June
Learn how your peers are finding success in the new normal
In October 2020, Octopus Energy embarked on an internship programme designed to prove that you don’t need to be a white man to flourish in the tech industry
Chipmaker says the move is unrelated to Intel's recent financial performance
Computing gazes into its crystal ball and outlines what it expects to be the big ticket items on IT leaders' agendas in 2021, including remote working, cyber security challenges, enterprise open source and automation
Catherine Harrison, HR Director, First Derivatives, explains how to evolve from an initiative ‘mindset’ to an approach that truly embeds diversity and inclusion values in an organisation
Here are the companies Computing's audience thought deserved to be recognised as the big names of UK IT
Computing talks to James Robbins, former CIO of Drax, Northumbrian Water, Northern Rail and more, about the switch to being a portfolio CIO, working for a range of clients in an advisory capacity
International fencer and Iron Man, Leon Orr, GFT's Chief Delivery Officer, discusses winning the UK IT Industry Award for Services Company of the Year
Computing catches up with GFT's Orr to discuss his organisation's win
The Women in Tech Awards were held virtually for the first time in their history, but still managed to be bigger and better than ever? Read on to find out who won big on the night...
Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President of TechUK, tells delegates at the Women in Tech Festival about her successful career in IT despite setbacks and initially 'trying to be a man in a man's world'
With the opening day a huge success, don't miss out on day two, with an introduction to mindfulness, a panel session from the founder of Stemettes, and panel sessions on future generations and how organisations can create supportive cultures
James Robbins, former CIO of Northern Rail, Northumbrian Water, Drax, Royal Mail and others, discusses his experiences surviving boardroom tussles in highly political environments, and explains how other technology leaders can work to improve their own...