Executives have high expectations for automation, but are not ready to commit
Deal could be agreed over Valentine's Day meeting between Qualcomm and Broadcom
Assessment body Tech Nation has welcomed the move after hitting its visa cap
Three in four UK companies say that their staff lack essential digital skills
Bristol-based start-up almost doubles its funding to bring its AI microprocessors to market
IT spending in Western Europe is to top $453 billion, as companies continue to invest in technologies like AI and IoT
Average SMB business spend ranges from £250,000 to £3 million
Almost 20 per cent of firms were affected by a cyber attack in the last year, but half plan to spend less than £1,000 on IT security
Two-thirds of survey respondents have 'no plans' to migrate to S/4HANA
Two-thirds of the UK's 900,000 apprenticeships are offered by SMEs
Low supply and increasing demand from handset makers is causing a server RAM price hike
Odd behaviour from a company that hates "fake news"
Reed.co.uk CIO explains why the IT department shouldn't be made to manage all technology costs for the business
Mark Ridley, IT director at recruitment website reed.co.uk, explains that innovation comes at a cost, and that returns can take years to materialise
Dr Will Venters argues that migrating to the cloud requires fluid partnerships
Will Jerry and David's Guide join the Sidebar of Shame?
Global IT spending will fall to $3.49tn in 2016 due to economic uncertainties
Chancellor also unveils initiatives that should help smaller tech companies and start-ups
Computing's latest research finds that networks are much more reliable than they used to be, but pressures from real-time applications and cloud mean there's no room for complacency
Only 15 per cent of business decision makers believe CIOs should own majority of IT budget
Last year saw largest drop in IT spending ever recorded by analyst firm
Computing presents its research to recruiters Michael Page, picking up top tips for your move into the future
Budget for security, big data and cloud on the up - and data scientists
Will digital cost-saving help Britain's first new bank in 100 years to climb back into the black?