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
Richard Elson, IS Director at law firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP, discusses the challenges of taking a security-first stance
Elson discusses how Trowers & Hamlins balanced the needs for security and open communications
Is CEO Oozi Cats really fugitive Uzi Kats?
Financial Compensation Services Scheme CIO Paul Brocklehurst explains the key task facing CIOs - and why his organisation doesn't have a chief digital officer
Dame Helen Alexander, a former chairman of Incisive Media and the first female president of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), has passed away aged 60
Navigating Brexit is likely to be a white-water ride for many organisations; however, this three-stage plan for CIOs will help businesses to navigate the rapids.
Paul Brocklehust, CIO of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, talks about digital transformation, AI and machine learning
Is it IT- or business-led? Technology or culture?
Which means that KPMG will now be on the lookout for a new CIO
Richard Cross is taking the engineering giant towards "digital by default," and that means taking lessons from start-ups
But John Lewis doesn't have, or need, a chief digital officer - 'Everybody ought to be a CDO in some way these days', says Coby
Check the shortlist to see if you're in with a chance of being named a cloud leader.
Paul Coby: John Lewis Partnership investing in new merchandising, order management systems, and web front-ends
Invest in automated warehouses and logistics, but make the most of legacy ERP systems rather than junking them, advises Coby
A Lords report says that there is 'no prospect of a clean break' with the EU when it comes to data sharing