Young white men are seen as the world's technical workforce - how can you attract different candidates?
Nothing is apolitical or completely free of politics
Facebook denies being a monopoly, Amazon denies unfairly competing with Marketplace merchants, and Google denies being evil
Amazon accused of abusing its position as both retailer and retail platform
Less than a quarter of business leaders say that the CIO and CFO are aligned on the approach to digital transformation
The awards celebrate people and projects - were you one of them?
IR35 to be expanded to the private sector - legislation included in draft Finance Bill
In April 2019, Perot's fortune was estimated at $4.1 billion by Forbes magazine
Entries for the UK's largest and most glamorous technology event close on the 5th July, so get in while you can
All the best photos of a great night for the industry - including our gallery of winners
A panel of industry experts chose the winners
The Awards are over for another year - and here are your winners
The pressure is on to increase diversity, so why does the technology industry still lag behind?
Is employee-ownership a viable way forward for technology companies? Goodman Derrick LLP partner Paul Webb weighs up the benefits
A win on the night is the perfect way to show off your environmental achievements
Shaw Trust's CDIO on three-body Azure migration: "We're going to take three teams to the Microsoft cloud"
Evert Lombaert talks with Shaw Trust's CDIO, Alan Crawford, about the ongoing process and strategy of a Microsoft cloud migration after the recent three-body merger
The prestigious event is also the industry's most glamorous night of the year
But parent company Alphabet rejects all proposals
All finalists must now complete the second-stage entry process before the 12th July
Computing looks at average salaries across a range of senior technology leadership positions. Are you being paid what you deserve?
Stand-up comedian, podcaster and author Viv Groskop on what she'll be sharing with delegates at the inaugural Women in Tech Festival
Tech skills shortages are increasing every year, and large corporates are worst affected - Harvey Nash
Every year, the IT skills shortage worsens, warns Harvey Nash CEO Albert Ellis, with the fields of big data, security and AI most acutely affected
Digital transformation driving record increases in IT investment, according to Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey
Security, big data, artificial intelligence and automation all high on CIOs' agenda as budgets and head counts expand
'Things have to be proven' in the court, the judge told Whitman