IT is the de facto leader of digital programmes so how can it increase the involvement of the business?
Consultant and former head of IT at Durham County Council Phil Jackman wants small businesses to think before recruiting
30 per cent of employees have never had any cyber security training, and many follow unsafe practices
Officer will develop Mayor Sadiq Khan's technology policy
Computing is proud to announce the Women in IT Excellence Awards. We want to highlight the entrepreneurs, the innovators, the leaders and the pioneers: the women building the infrastructure of the future
Two-thirds of the UK's 900,000 apprenticeships are offered by SMEs
The changing business environment has created more opportunities for workers to cause a breach - not always unknowingly
Candidate will be tasked with shaping, designing, developing and delivering digital services at the National Archives
Body Shop CISO would be based at the company's global HQ in Littlehampton, West Sussex
The motor industry trade association aims to change the way it uses data
Candidate does not need experience as a CIO or IT director
£100k role for 'digital and IT champion' at Alzheimer's Society
McClennon spent 29 years at consumer goods giant Unilever
UK DBAs earn less than half of the $94,000 US DBAs earn on average, suggests survey
Condé Nast UK CDO will have to set digital strategy across magazines, websites, live events and marketing
'I am the designer, the creator of the revolution - that has been my experience and history,' Pavitt tells Computing
Rise of the robots comes with a rise in jobs - but is this just a coincidence?
HMRC to build team of senior IT leaders to help with 'massive digital revolution'
A group of top UK-based CIOs discuss their changing roles, and what new skills they'll need to develop to lead their organisations into 2020
'We're extremely serious about cyber defence,' says head of training Brigadier Paul Buttery
The HMRC CDIO will lead a 2,200 strong department and manage a budget of more than £800m
Mike Faiers tells Computing why opening up IT to the business has had a huge impact
Experts warn of the need to get out of the basement and engage with the business
Duncan Stott, CIO of engineering firm Kier, explains why he thinks technology leadership is the best job in the world