Anne Sheehan, Enterprise Director, Vodafone UK, explains how to support more girls pursuing an education and a career in STEM subjects
Failed system upgrade which resulted in customers being able to access one another's accounts now being investigated by IBM
Too many robots led to a "crazy network" of conveyors, but Musk now expects a big increase in Model 3 production
Newcastle and the North East now the fourth-highest paying region in the UK after London, the South East and East Anglia
While Ocado runs a number of diversity initiatives, both internally and externally, the key to success is down to targeting, according to Anne Marie Neatham and Karyn McComiskie-Wood
New hire at HMRC expected to help in shift from single biggest IT outsourcing deal in Europe to a portfolio of 200+ suppliers
Financial Conduct Authority seeking three IT leaders to support IT transformation and manage supplier relations
FCA is seeking a head of regulatory systems and two divisional service leads
Staff over 40 told they didn't have up-to-date skills
Unhappiness with Aecom's $2.3bn outsourcing deal with IBM goes 'all the way up to the CEO', claims new inside source
Peck the latest senior executive out of the door after Aecom outsourced its entire IT department to IBM
EU planning tax directive that would impose a revenue-based turnover tax on technology and internet companies
Aecom IBM outsourcing deal was forced on CIO Tom Peck by former COO Steve Kadenacy, claims new source
New inside source tells Computing that former Aecom COO Steve Kadenacy was behind the outsourcing deal with IBM
Edinburgh Woollen Mill takeover of Maplin comes to nowt as firm prepares to sell its last flashing disco ball
Aecom IBM outsourcing deal: CIO Tom Peck didn't want it, it goes much higher than him, claim new sources
New inside sources have contacted Computing, claiming that the deal to outsource the entire IT department to IBM was not Peck's idea, and that IBM "will be out within a few years"
Lloyds Bank to spend £3 billion on digital transformation just weeks after admitting IT department staff cuts
Lloyds claims it will become a 'more digitised' banking provider, despite cutting IT staff
Qualcomm nevertheless described the Wednesday pow-wow as "constructive"
Recruiter pay survey suggests British IT pros should 'go west' to earn the best
Who needs human intelligence when artificial intelligence will do?
IT contractors can earn more than £400 a day
Dell considering IPO five years after going private
Digital secretary Matt Hancock urges organisations to prepare for GDPR - with less than half even aware of the new law
With only four months to go, many organisations haven't even heard of GDPR, let alone made the fundamental data-protection changes it demands
Tech companies team-up under the umbrella of the WEF to 're-skill' workers
More cuts across the board at Microsoft, according to reports
Amazon Go officially opens its first store in Seattle, but can sensors and cameras stop shoplifters?