Ed Garcez, Director of Transformation of Central Bedfordshire Council discusses how both the capital and rural communities have responded to the pandemic
'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
Geoff Hedges, digital transformation manager at Worcestershire County Council explains how his organisation is keeping processes running smoothly whilst adding additional services to help both internal and external customers - all whilst ensuring morale...
Computing talks to insurer RSA's Group CIO David Germain about running IT that can support nine million customers across 140 countries - while respecting increasingly challenging regulatory compliance, including data protection
James Holmes, CIO of North P&I Club, discussing his organisation's digital transformation and use of machine learning to improve critical business processes
Ian McKetty walked into a tricky situation when he became CIO at Kew Gardens, with an under-invested IT estate, unskilled teams and a huge disconnect with the business. Here's how he turned it around
Why do some technology leaders spend their entire careers in permanent roles, while others hop between temporary or consultancy posts, or even launch their own business? Computing speaks to CIOs on both side of the fence to hear the pros and cons
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
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
Elavon's Luis Lancos says that the most important role for a leader is the ability to set the vision for the company, rather than the imposition of strict rules
The CIO of one of the world's largest construction companies discusses his ambitious programme to centralise IT across 10 federated businesses
Reynolds CIO Richard Calder tells Computing how a flexible IT architecture has helped the fresh food distributor grow fast in uncertain times
'I realised I'd be a role model but I didn't know what that was supposed to be - so I set up a network'
Communication between the board and IT cannot be solely one way
The CIO and CDO share many areas of responsibility - but does bringing them both together under one title make sense?
Computing speaks to a host of the UK's top CIOs to find out what makes them get out of bed in the morning
Some of the UK's leading CIOs talk to Computing about the technologies either here or coming soon which they're excited about using in their organisations
Fielder talks about cloud complexity, trust and fighting phishing
Men and women must work together: favouring either one for their gender is "a nonsense", says Maud Bailly
Corcoran discusses brain scanners, drones, networks refreshes, and using data to sell more whisky
Hiscox insurance CIO discusses skills, automation and DevOps at his organisation