City University looks to improving IT services for students while slashing costs by one-third
Off-site and into colocation in record time, Imperial is laying the template for its sector peers
'This services agreement and powerful new cloud infrastructure are at the heart of our plans to improve our operational efficiency,' says Finnair CIO Kari Saarikoski
'We would go crazy if China did this to us,' argues Microsoft over US government's global data grab
Peterborough City Council's shift to the Amazon cloud will bring machine learning to social work case files
Richard Godfrey tells Computing how cloud will transform Peterborough City Council - in advance of Computing's Data Centre Summit later this month
Council 'acting in line with responsibility to provide the best services to residents, in spite of major reductions to our funding' says council leader Mark Townsend
Outsourcing deal will shift software consultancy and development services to Kuala Lumpur
Thanks to Dropbox, the Into No Man's Land team will be able to collaborate on the go during their 6,000-mile trek
BIS claims that contract was 'no longer viable' based on costs, service and level of risk
A lengthy multi-million pound outsourcing contract in government - what could go wrong?
Better data dashboards help improve patient care at the Trust
'We can recover whole VMs, files and items almost instantly, despite data tripling during the last two years'
'We terminated IBM contract because they lacked relevance, commercial flexibility, agility and a service portfolio,' says Coats plc CIO
World's largest thread manufacturer ditches IBM and warns SAP and Salesforce.com that they could be next
Paul Sherrell tells Computing how Premiership Rugby has boosted security and efficiency with Intralinks
There are now more bar workers than agricultural labourers - surely a success for technology and humanity?
Sutton and East Surrey Water group IT manager Michael Cock explains how ForeScout has improved security at the utilities firm
King's College IT director Gareth Wright tells Computing how new Dell desktops, Windows 10 and flexible tech support services aid university students and staff
Executive VP promises 'a robust programme of product security assurance' for licence holders
'We wanted a modern technology that would fit with our brand and our style of working with our customers and our employees,' says IT director Cheryl Millington
How hard is IAM to properly control and implement? Twelve Computing IT Leaders Club members give their views
George Frangou, CEO of the AI-based analytics firm, tells Computing that bigger rivals 'don't get it because the driver for them is to sell kit'
HP and Fujitsu among familiar big name IT vendors tasked with modernising MoD's telecommunications and IT infrastructure - and saving £1bn in the process
Shadow IT and loss of control over IT management causing concerns for CIOs, warns Fruition Partners report
Finance, procurement and HR departments to be outsourced imminently