Jonathan Ritchie, CIO of Mastercall Healthcare, explains how Bluetooth-connected devices can be used to remotely triage patients, potentially saving the NHS time and money, and saving lives
How can you create a safe environment that enables failure, innovation and growth within the team? Find out at the IT Leaders Festival 2020
Children going back to school adds another layer of complexity for some people, with further Covid-19-related restrictions likely in the near future
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New research from Computing Delta reveals how organisations are intending to spend their IT budgets during the COVID-19 crisis, with most staff continuing to work remotely
James Robbins gives his top tips for retailers to exploit technology to gain an advantage over the competition
Computing speaks to a host of enterprises to discuss collaboration tools, staff well-being, and whether video or audio-only is preferable for meetings
Ed Garcez, Director of Transformation of Central Bedfordshire Council discusses how both the capital and rural communities have responded to the pandemic
Chris Middleton speaks to Ben Goward, ICT Director of Harrow Council, about the challenges of supporting a big organisation in lockdown – from a standing start
Remember the IT iceberg, says cloud identity and access management vendor, with 15 per cent of many products being the purchase cost and 85 per cent of cost being hidden, below the water line
Technologists still struggle to convince businesses owners and decision makers to make the leap to IPv6. Marco Hogewoning, Acting Manager, Public Policy and Internet Governance at the RIPE NCC outlines the arguments
Computing’s market intelligence service for IT leaders walks away with one of the most fiercely contested gongs at the Professional Publishers Association Awards
How to sustain the DevOps momentum
With no end in sight for mass remote working, how long until expensive commercial real estate gets axed? Computing speaks to IT leaders to find out how technology is informing the decision, whilst simultaneously being heavily impacted
Bev White, CEO, Harvey Nash Group, discusses our takeaways from lockdown, including how the post-Covid IT landscape must include more opportunities for women
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New research from Computing shows the extent of the data-sharing challenge, as organisations admit plans to share more data with their partners in future despite regulatory and other difficulties
A panel of judges and a previous winner explain how to give yourself the best chance of winning big in the 'Oscars of IT'
Computing and the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, give the hottest tips for your UK IT Industry Awards entries - register to maximise your potential to walk away with one of the most coveted gongs in the industry!
'We've seen more innovation in six weeks than in the past 10 years,' says one CIO, as Computing speaks to some of the UK’s top IT leaders to find out what they’ll be bringing from the COVID-19 pandemic into the post-lockdown world
IT is central to continuity and recovery and job cuts should be avoided, but there are plenty of other places savings can be made
Computing's Women in Tech Awards are on track for a big year in 2020, with dozens of prestigious awards to be won by women at all levels, and at every stage of their career
Steve Humber explains his strategy for instilling a high performance culture, whilst keeping morale high during the COVID-19 outbreak, and puts his success down in part to his history as a competitive speed skater
The membership body for IT professionals in the charity sector is aiming to build and develop its proposition