'I can legitimately work on my phone rather than with the BlackBerry when it was more of just a business monitoring tool,' Al Peasland tells Computing
iPad sales down and Apple Watch still failing to take off - has Apple finally run out of steam?
Moneypenny may draw comparisons with Siri and Cortana but has more in common with a host of other virtual assistant apps
Adobe Flash: Kill it with axes, burn the remains, load the ashes into a rocket, and blast it into the sun, says Facebook's new CSO (well, sort of)
Shift of tone, or slashed to the bone?
Taxi services disintermediated by the cloud, they say
Making Just Eat 'available to customers wherever they are on any device' - an interview with CTO Carlos Morgado
Apple Watch, cloud and analytics are refining food ordering at Just Eat, providing a personal experience to customers, wherever they are, Morgado tells Computing
iOS and Android are the most popular yet also the most problematic mobile operating systems for IT
Is it better to support all major platforms or specialise in one or two?
Download the Computing Enterprise Mobility Review 2015
Red Bull Racing tightens communications between race-track and HQ, enabling the use of thermal-imaging cameras on race days
As Microsoft flogs Bing Maps to Uber and Android rumours re-emerge, is the end nigh for Windows Phone?
When a four per cent market share's just not enough
An infrastructure to support mobile apps requires software on the back-end and users' devices - as well as a style guide for developers, says Globo's Yad Jaura
Bitdefender warns that hackers can steal log-in credentials via 'man-in-the-middle' attacks
Company admits it has been capturing audio - but only if a particular box has been ticked...
Kirill Tatarinov and Eric Rudder also out as Nadella shapes up Microsoft for Windows 10
Colour me happy: How an ambitious Dulux AR project resulted in a glossy finish at the UK IT Industry Awards
AkznoNobel, String and Tessella share the inside track on their victory
Driving a connected university education revolution: an interview with De Montfort director of IT Dieter Kraftner
'Rather than fight BYOD, our strategy is to embrace BYOD,' Kraftner tells Computing
Enterprise mobile apps need to be more compelling to earn widespread adoption, warns Globo's Yad Jaura
And organisations need to do more to sell the benefits to staff, too
Reports suggest troubled smartphone firm might put a rival's OS on its devices for the first time
Julian Bond, head of ICT at Hillarys Blinds, tells Computing's Enterprise Mobility Summit the balance is shifting in favour of Google Android
Joe Blake tells Computing's Enterprise Mobility Summit how mobile has brought massive changes to Network Rail
Get all of the latest from Hilton Tower Bridge London as delegates hear from the likes of British Gas, Grant Thornton and Rentokil Initial
Cases of Adobe Flash vulnerabilities being used by cyber criminals have 'skyrocketed' 317 per cent in 2015, warns Threats report