The UK IT Awards 2019 was a raging success, as this gallery from the big night shows!
Kew Gardens CIO Ian McKetty tells Computing that all the 'front of house' systems are being replaced: EPOS, CRM and BI
Ian McKetty, Kew Gardens CIO, tells Computing of plans to create an integrated collections management system to make hundreds of years of scientific research and knowledge accessible to the world
In this video from Delta, Computing's market intelligence service for CIOs, we discuss APIs, including how the most innovative enterprises are using them
See all the fun activities, sessions, workshops and events from the Women in Tech Festival - with over 600 people having a blast!
A panel of IT professionals discuss their multi-cloud strategies, and explain that every business is already across multiple clouds, whether it realises it or not
Digital transformation means removing the data silos
How do you make trains run on time? It turns out you use a mixture of data science, analytics and cloud, according to Hancock
Unlocking the secrets of the universe: an interview with Natural History Museum Interim CIO Ian Golding
The Natural History Museum's interim CIO Ian Golding will leave his role later this year, and talks about the challenges facing his successor
Less than a quarter of business leaders say that the CIO and CFO are aligned on the approach to digital transformation
Computing speaks to Kate Collins, Director of Strategic IT Delivery, and Steve Capper, CIO, at construction firm Royal BAM Group
Computing analyses the top earning IT roles in the UK - does your role make the cut?
Computing looks at average salaries across a range of senior technology leadership positions. Are you being paid what you deserve?
Does business strategy matter given how few successful organisations have one, asks technology and strategy consultant Mark Ridley
The IT Leaders 250 is Computing's definitive listing of the UK's foremost technology professionals
Ex-BP IT director moves to Network Rail
The CIO of one of the world's largest construction companies discusses his ambitious programme to centralise IT across 10 federated businesses
Computing examines the hottest IT skills for 2019, and runs through the average salaries for the top roles. Are you being paid what you're worth?
Computing charts the recent history of the ailing deal, with rumours building that the companies are on the cusp of acrimoniously parting company
Delta is Europe's first truly independent market intelligence service for senior IT professionals
Green discusses her win at last year's Women in IT Excellence Awards, including what it has meant for her career
Computing's new Associate Editor and Delegate Director discusses his favourite ever interview, and his role inviting CIOs to Computing's IT Leaders' Club
Cait O'Riordan, chief product and information officer at the Financial Times, explains that every business is dependent on technology to deliver growth, and successful IT leaders understand product strategy and focus their efforts there
A group of CIOs at a Computing Dining Club event said that businesses view IT failures when outsourced as a bigger problem than in-house failures