Entries are open for the industry's most prestigious awards.
An integral role that sits at the intersection between business, information systems and the outside world, says Dr Debra Paul, Chief Examiner for BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT and MD of Assist Knowledge Development
More effort needed to recruit women into tech if the UK is not to fall further behind
Come join the party, you might just win the biggest prize in IT!
Safe Harbour must be suspended immediately, says chair of European Parliament Civil Liberties Committee
'The Commission must immediately put forward a new complete and strong framework for transfers of personal data to the US' says Claude Moraes
BCS President and former Hampshire Council CIO and CDO Jos Creese examines the role of IT in the wake of the Volkswagen scandal
How Leeds Building Society's move to the cloud is supporting a mobile-first application development focus
Shifting Leeds Building Society's core banking platform to the cloud is just the start of a customer-focused, mobile-first revolution, CIO Tom Clark tells Computing
The UK will only realise its full potential as a global technology hub if more women are encouraged to find careers within the sector, Education Minister Nick Gibb has said
Michael Gove says Computer Science will be 'fourth science'
The IT industry will gather tonight to celebrate achievements of the past year
David Clarke, CEO at the BCS, talks to Computing about the next generation of IT leaders
The strategy is revolutionary in its scope, he says
The head of the IT industry's leading professional body gives his verdict on the coalition's ICT strategy and explains why he is generally optimistic about the future
Jim Norton aims to raise the profile of computer science and computational thinking
Government committee examined the benefits of agile development, identified retention of knowledge and increased experimentation
BCS's David Clarke receives an MBE while University of Glasgow's Prof Calder picks up an OBE
Code will help businesses to cater for needs of the disabled and elderly when developing web sites and products
Professionalism, a seat on the board and the use of social media
Open University says most graduates lack the mix of skills necessary to deliver efficiency savings through IT
Institute has launched the first three of six specialist qualifications in IT service management
UK Digital Champion believes awards will boost digital inclusion
However, concerns raised would be considered going forward