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Charles Ewen on his first ever job, why he decided on a career in technology and what advice he'd give his teenage self
Met Office CIO Charles Ewen: "If I've learned one thing, it's to be very cautious about predicting the future"
Ewen leads IT at the Met Office, and ironically acknowledges that there will always be a number of elements we can neither control or predict
Join the Computing team for episode three of the podcast that gives you the lowdown on the hottest tech news of the week
The Computing team expertly dissects the week's news, including the latest research on the top vendors in AI-enhanced security, how Favicons can be used to track you online, and whether Multi-Cloud is set to take over the world
'My first job? Sausage making - perhaps that's why I'm a vegetarian' - 15 Questions with Asda CIO Anna Barsby
Anna Barsby on what makes her laugh, her favourite place in the world, and the best business advice she ever received ...
Scheme to distribute Dell devices to shools in most need begins this month
Greg Cope, technical director for enterprise services, and interim CTO Mark Ridley discuss the successes and pitfalls along the way, as the organisation managed to ditch all of its data centres during the global pandemic
Computing gazes into its crystal ball and outlines what it expects to be the big ticket items on IT leaders' agendas in 2021, including remote working, cyber security challenges, enterprise open source and automation
Computing talks to James Robbins, former CIO of Drax, Northumbrian Water, Northern Rail and more, about the switch to being a portfolio CIO, working for a range of clients in an advisory capacity
With the opening day a huge success, don't miss out on day two, with an introduction to mindfulness, a panel session from the founder of Stemettes, and panel sessions on future generations and how organisations can create supportive cultures
With light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, here are the key ways businesses will make the most of their investment in cloud
James Robbins, former CIO of Northern Rail, Northumbrian Water, Drax, Royal Mail and others, discusses his experiences surviving boardroom tussles in highly political environments, and explains how other technology leaders can work to improve their own...
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Computing speaks to some of the UK’s leading technology figures to find out their biggest challenges for the future
Community is the big differentiator between proprietary and open source software
IT leaders working in the charity sector overwhelmingly favour persisting with remote working, though many state that video calling etiquette and culture need refinement.
Computing speaks to Alan Shields, chief architect of LGSS, one of the UK's largest public sector shared services organisations, to find out how his organisation is responding to the pandemic
Computing speaks to the CIO steering committee of its upcoming IT Leaders Festival to understand how IT leaders need to develop themselves and their careers over the coming months and years
Post-Covid-19, security is no longer an ‘IT issue’ – it’s a C-suite item and a fundamental strategic priority
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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