'Psychological safety' the most important factor in successful teams, claims veteran technology team builder Tom Geraghty
A work culture in which failure is encouraged helps teams to experiment, work better together and will be more adaptable to change, argues Geraghty
All the top photos from the first-ever awards for new starters in tech
"The wellbeing of the people must come first," says Chris Bradbury
Why hack your way in when you can simply talk your way in?
Garry Kasparov: Look again at Terminator - it's about humans making an alliance with older machines, and winning
Don't worry about apocalyptic, Terminator-style AI fears - everything will be fine in the end, says Kasparov at today's DTExpo
Rate of mental health concerns three times higher in 'unsupportive' companies, according to survey by recruiter Harvey Nash
After a hard-fought contest, the winners were announced at a glamorous ceremony in central London
Acute skills shortages are putting tech teams under more pressure than ever, with knock-on effects on people's mental health, warns Harvey Nash CEO Albert Ellis
Coffin Mew lawyers Charlotte Allery and Andrew Jerrard share their top-five tips for tech start-ups with big ambitions
Language like 'coding ninja' can turn women off of applying for tech roles
Vote for your favourite technology products - and technology hero - in Computing's annual Technology Product Awards 2019
Natasha Sayce-Zelem, Head of Technology, Digital Service at Sky, revealed to the Women in Tech Festival one of her secrets to help banish the blame culture from IT
Cyber security needs specialists who really can 'think different'
It's hard to see the UK's pivotal role in the global technology ecosystem coming to an end, argues Kemp Little Partner Andy Moseby
See all the fun activities, sessions, workshops and events from the Women in Tech Festival - with over 600 people having a blast!
Computing's inaugural festival was a roaring success. Computing' editorial director Stuart Sumner discusses why it's the future for technology events
More than 600 delegates from across the IT industry attended the first Women in Tech Festival UK this week, hosted by Computing and Computer Reseller News
Google to pay France €465m in back taxes and a fine of €500m - a long way short of the €1.6bn France's finance ministry had demanded
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Oracle CEO Mark Hurd takes leave of absence for health-related reasons as company reports disappointing quarterly results
Hurd will nevertheless continue to receive all employment benefits during his leave of absence from Oracle
The Technology Product Awards are unique - your votes determine who walks away with a gong
Lawrie's departure as chairman at the end of December strategically timed to coincide with New Year celebrations for DXC staff...
Pinsent Masons' Donna Mayers and Charlotte Roxon discuss tech law, technology and the gender pay gap
Pinsent Masons' Donna Mayers and Charlotte Roxon take questions ahead of the Women in Tech Festival next week
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