This week on the IT news podcast the team discusses the Home Office's 'super database' on race, health and biometrics, the British software reseller bringing at £170m claim against Microsoft and the recent data breaches involving both Facebook and LinkedIn....
Ursula Dolton, CTO of the British Heart Foundation, winner of Transformation Leader SME in the Women in Technology Excellence Awards 2020 and a member of the judging panel for this years’ awards, shares the story of her 'not entirely straightforward'...
This week on the IT news podcast the team discusses the new military spending review, the implications of a fire at a chip manufacturing plant, and the concept of privacy-friendly paid-for internet search.
Potter faces Computing's '15 Questions', and tells us about her fascination with the digital divide, cybersecurity and Arnold Schwarznegger
This week on the IT news podcast the team discuss the latest PAC report into IT border projects, hacker gangs targeting firms with cyber insurance policies, and data breaches at the MoD
Willis sits in the '15 Questions' hotseat and discusses how he got into technology, the best piece of advice he was ever given, and sea otters
The Computing team discuss the week's top technology news, including Rishi Sunak's latest budget, the argument around vaccine passports, and Google's intention to stop selling ads based on tracked browser history