Cait O'Riordan, chief product and information officer at the Financial Times, explains that every business is dependent on technology to deliver growth, and successful IT leaders understand product strategy and focus their efforts there
Computing speaks to the winning vendor as they walk off stage, having collected their gong at the industry's most prestigious awards
Two-thirds of survey respondents have 'no plans' to migrate to S/4HANA
Security firm outlines why traditional security techniques no longer work, with both networks and hacking techniques evolving so rapdily that security teams can't keep up
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Hundreds take to Twitter as Microsoft service page insists 'no known issues'
Is Microsoft making a serious play for Salesforce's crown with Power Apps and new Dynamics 2016 features?
'Salesforce are a partner from our perspective' swears Microsoft
Use your knowledge of technology to repair the time stream and win a Christmas hamper, in association with Intel
RBS's Christian Nelissen talks to Computing about how his 'Superstar DJ' data lake and analytics have become central to the bank's decision making
CIO Darrell Stein says he will evaluate IoT solutions developed by companies in Israel and the US
The A-B-C of Alphabet revealed by Google CEO Page
'Our bad - there should be no on and off button for security, it should always be on' says Oracle's Larry Ellison
Oracle is to push security down to the hardware layer in a bid to protect its customers from the likes of Venom and Heartbleed
Ellison says that Salesforce.com, Workday, Microsoft and Amazon are Oracle's key rivals now
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No cheating software in Sweden, says Volvo's business analytics chief
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Better recognition for one of the UK's most lucrative IT and technology sectors
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says company will 'think twice' about staying in hardware market if Android-powered Priv bombs
Can Android save BlackBerry? There's slim hope
Microsoft keynote at IP EXPO today focused on the enterprise benefits of Windows 10
What did we all learn today?
Security experts put their heads together to answer the question 'How can enterprises secure themselves?'
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