It's Friday, and the team are talking about voting, budgets and home working
Has 2020 changed how IT is viewed in business? Is collaboration now key? What about tech for good? The IT Leaders Festival 2021 will answer all of these questions and more
It's no longer viable to maintain business-as-usual - innovation and survival are closely linked
From Google to SoundCloud to the UK's biggest software company, Caoimhe Keogan is all about bringing humanity to the workplace
The Spark #2 - 'When my parents saw my bank balance I had to explain I was selling software online, it wasn't anything illict!'
Christian Owens, founder and CEO of Paddle, discusses his journey from selling website-building services door-to-door and a young teen to launching one of Europe's fastest-growing scale ups
How will the vaccine passport proposals affect you?
Andrew Hobbs, Head of Technology Content, Incisive Works, explains why a long-term content presence is vital to engaging IT decision makers
'My questionable morality in that moment paid off' - 15 Questions with Slack Head of UK Stuart Templeton
Templeton takes on Computing's 15 Questions to share his enthusiasm for the outdoors, his hopes for the future and his concern for the planet
The Spark #1 - 'If you're not obsessed with this being a success, you shouldn't do it because it'll be a nightmare most of the time'
Stuart Sumner speaks to Tony Pepper, co-founder and CEO of human layer security firms Egress, discussing his organisation's journey, and what he wishes he'd done differently
'At the core I'm a nurse but I could see processes struggling to keep up with the times', says CNIO Dione Rogers
There was never a compelling reason to blend physical and digital audiences - but the pandemic has changed the conversation around hybrid events
The awards celebrate womens' outstanding work across the tech sector
The shortlist names the most forward-thinking and innovative companies in UK AI today
it’s too easy and convenient to point to women’s apparent lack of confidence as the key explanation for their under-representation at all levels in technology
The Women in Technology Excellence Awards offer a superb opportunity to celebrate the success of women working in the technology sector
VP of business and portfolio management at Pearson recalls some of her earlier roles - and considers how not all advice is equally useful
Rachel Pattinson explores how the School of Computing at Newcastle University is supporting women working in academic computing roles
The second stage of entries begins now
With nominations currently open for the Women in Technology Excellence Awards, meet some of our judges - including Sarah Lucas, Head of Platforms and Infrastructure at William Hill and Kate Beverley, VP of Business and Portfolio Management at Pearson...
'The tech can be taught' - why Lianne Potter studied anthropology to prepare for a career in cyber security
Understanding peoples’ motivations and exhibiting trust are two approaches that the security industry dramatically under-utilises
Michelle Slee, Agile delivery manager at DVLA and Alice Genevois, senior data science manager at Lloyds Banking Group, two winners from last year's Women in Technology Excellence Awards, discuss the importance of coding clubs to bring people together...
Despite losing half of the board in membership vote a week ago
Ursula Dolton, CTO of the British Heart Foundation, winner of Transformation Leader SME in the Women in Technology Excellence Awards 2020 and a member of the judging panel for this years’ awards, shares the story of her 'not entirely straightforward'...
With the Women in Technology Awards now in their fifth year, Computing examines the rationale behind recognising women in this way, and speaks to Jane Deal, IT director at the Law Society and a judge at this year's awards