The Spark #2 - 'When my parents saw my bank balance I had to explain I was selling software online, it wasn't anything illict!'
Christian Owens, founder and CEO of Paddle, discusses his journey from selling website-building services door-to-door and a young teen to launching one of Europe's fastest-growing scale ups
The Spark #1 - 'If you're not obsessed with this being a success, you shouldn't do it because it'll be a nightmare most of the time'
Stuart Sumner speaks to Tony Pepper, co-founder and CEO of human layer security firms Egress, discussing his organisation's journey, and what he wishes he'd done differently
Kalanick resigns following shareholder pressure, as they watch their supposed $50bn company flush itself down the toilet
Half of infosec pros believe boards have big gaps in their understanding of cyber risk - or don't understand it at all
The first TalkTalk arrest to be on suspicion of blackmail rather than Computer Misuse Act offences
CIOs at Johnson Matthey, Reckitt Benckiser and other major organisations debate who should take responsibility for data breaches
RBS's Christian Nelissen talks to Computing about how his 'Superstar DJ' data lake and analytics have become central to the bank's decision making
The first hurdle for CIOs with 'two speed' IT is to ensure existing employees don't feel like they're worth less than the new kids on the block
The sooner you discover the best way to exploit big data the better
Chief data officers 'need to play an offensive role' and industry needs more of them, says Teradata governance chief
'It's hard to think of anyone in a company who doesn't use data' says Charles Griffith
Talk business, not technology, urge local government CEOs of their IT directors
Langford replaces interim David Smith, and before him David Bulman, as the firm's new senior VP of technology
CEOs are the main driver of transformation of frontline services according to majority of public-sector staff
While currently a rarity, the number of CIOs getting the top job is likely to grow as the importance of IT and digitalisation increases, finds Sooraj Shah
With security headaches and continually emerging technologies and trends, today's technology leaders have never had so many competing demands on their attention. Could mindfulness hold the answer?
Winning a Computing Vendor Excellence Award highlights 'how serious Oracle is about converged infrastructure'
'Winning the award is an important part of Oracle's strategy,' says John Abel
Matt Hollingsworth, general manager of data analytics company Aquila Insight's London office, discusses the benefits of training your existing workforce to fill skills gaps
IT leaders hit back against claims made by website owner who sacked former Net-a-Porter CIO
'CIOs don't have the right skills to become CEO,' says website co-owner who sacked former Net-a-Porter CIO
Isabel Rutland wouldn't hire another CIO as a CEO at Discover&Deliver after letting Richard Lloyd-Williams go