There's a growing demand for instant access plug and play solutions from startups, says Sean Harrison Smith
Despite all the fake news, ODI chief Sir Nigel Shadbolt remains 'resolutely optimistic about the emancipating power of good data'
The UK needs to treat data as infrastructure in the same way as roads and the power grid
Businesses are using 'digital transformation' purely for marketing purposes, says Co-Op CDO Mike Bracken
Co-op Group digital head Mike Bracken gives Computing his view of what digital transformation really is
But John Lewis doesn't have, or need, a chief digital officer - 'Everybody ought to be a CDO in some way these days', says Coby
Rio Tinto has probably been working on autonomous vehicles for longer than Google or Apple
Paul Coby: John Lewis Partnership investing in new merchandising, order management systems, and web front-ends
Invest in automated warehouses and logistics, but make the most of legacy ERP systems rather than junking them, advises Coby
A Lords report says that there is 'no prospect of a clean break' with the EU when it comes to data sharing
New research from Computing reveals that much can be done with backup data, and that only a fifth of organisations are so far making effective use of it
Bimodal or 'two-speed' IT also set to increase, although firms admits concerns over the skills and experience needed to run this model
Peter Ruffley, chairman at Zizo, warns against the danger of letting IT departments have full say over GDPR compliance, at the risk of losing important data
Nick Rosser, head of IT at wealth management firm Saunderson House, explains how his firm approached its digital transformation journey, and what lessons he has for other firms on the same path
With consumer trust at an all-time low, when companies embrace the privacy principles that underpin GDPR they will attract more customers
Last opportunity to get entries in for your chance to win in the industry's most coveted awards
European Commission says that Google promoted its own services in search results, denying competitors opportunities
Democratising data puts power in the hands of staff instead of managers, which can bring with it a whole host of problems, warn experts at a recent Computing event
Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons all considering electronic shelf-edge pricing - but not for implementing 'surge pricing'
Retail industry consultant criticises press reports of supermarkets introducing 'surge pricing' as 'fake news'
Tech companies are between a rock and a hard place
Kate Craig-Wood, MD and co-founder of cloud hosting firm Memset, explains the scale of the challenge in trying to recruit a diverse IT team
More UK CDOs have a background in marketing than technology
Remote working has enabled multiple cost savings at Registers
DLA Piper's Rachel DeSouza explains what marketers need to consider with GDPR on the horizon
More than half of US SMBs now use an external service provider; that number will rise as the need for security grows.
The lack of clarity is making business leaders nervous
Small organisations are less likely to be ready than large ones