Technical graduates are among the top earners in the UK
Thirty-seven hour week and a Civil Service pension may also entice candidates from the private sector
The UK IT Industry Awards were a barnstorming success. But don't take out word for it, see for yourself...
The UK IT Industry Awards went off with a bang, and here are all the individuals and organisations who won big on the night
Tom Clark, CIO of Leeds Building Society, says that some systems must stay on-premise because cloud is simply more expensive
Lackadaisical NHS trusts to blame for WannaCry ransomware compromise, concludes National Audit Office
Department of Health warned of rising IT security risks a year before WannaCry, but NHS trusts ignored advice, claims NAO
Peter Cochrane slams the British education system for failing to teach children understanding and problem solving
AI will never possess human wisdom, says Ma, but it may mean three or four-day working weeks
James Robbins, CIO of Drax and chair of Byte Night's Newcastle chapter, tells Computing why he feels it's important to get involved
Intel generated more revenue during Otellini's eight-years as CEO than it did in the company's previous 45 years
Desktop phones made Polycom famous; but in a dying PBX market, it's had to find new ways to grow
Better "set of design principles" are critical to correctly create the first AI, says Microsoft CEO
The shortlisted entries for the Women in IT Excellence Awards have been revealed - are you in with a chance of winning big on the night?
Water regulator wants IT pro who can lead a portfolio of tech-enabled changes
Chambers has been with Cisco since 1991
Lost and stolen documents a bigger source of data breaches than email, yet UK organisations are ignoring paper in their GDPR compliance strategies
Whitehall think tank urges Cabinet Secretary to give Kevin Cunnington full membership on board
Wiech had previously been CIO of Domino's Pizza in Australia
Reckitt Benckiser CIO Stein carries the can for July's NotPetya outbreak
Up to £126,000 on offer for an experienced IT senior management professional
Hargreaves Lansdown's David Davies describes how he keeps on top of technology evolution, and translates its importance to his board
1,000 companies and 140,000 jobs hang on the Prime Minister's high-wire balancing act in Tokyo.
After much deliberation, the shortlist for the UK's biggest IT awards has been announced - are you in with a chance?
The snap election and Brexit are top concerns for British business