The HMRC CDIO will lead a 2,200 strong department and manage a budget of more than £800m
"We're not the high priests in the temple" warns IT leader
Ray Bricknell, MD of Behind Every Cloud, also claims that the way IT produces business cases is wrong
Computing research finds a lack of strategy around IT buying decisions, with under 40 per cent of purchases following an organisational strategy, and most being individually sanctioned
With more and more services available from public cloud providers it is becoming the default model, says Mark Ridley
Are turf wars about to break out between CIOs and COOs?
Either the COO has to have IT skills or the CIO needs to be closer to customers and the value chain, says Met Office CIO Charles Ewen
Computing is proud to announce the definitive list of the top 100 IT Leaders in the UK for 2017
Much of the public sector remains stuck in the 1980s when it comes to IT - in more ways than one, say some CIOs
"How many would stand-up and tell their shareholders how important digital is?"
CIOs must become more like business leaders, say CIOs at Computing's IT Leaders' Club
The role is already 'past its peak' according to some
While the CIO is becoming more accepted as a business leader, CIOs can't afford to lose their grasp on technology, say tech leaders
Traditional IT continues to be squeezed in favour of innovation, whilst the lead role splits in several directions
We bring you our rundown of the most impactful, insightful and intriguing CIO quotes and stories from the year
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Christina Scott explains her priorities as she moved from being Chief Product and Information Officer at the Financial Times in early 2016
With many tech bosses, including most in Silicon Valley, coming out against Trump during the campaign, most are now tempering their words, realising they're actually going to have to work with the president-elect
News UK CTO Christina Scott explains why a chief digital officer is only necessary in certain organisations, and that the role has a finite lifespan
Tools and systems are being engineered to work on any cloud, says CTO Christina Scott, before branding smaller vendors as often 'greedy'
WinMagic's COO gets out the crystall ball for the IT department
Panel at recent Computing event say they embrace - but don't necessarily welcome shadow IT
Yes to conferences and dinners, no to cold calling and e-mails
While the drop in sterling's value against the dollar is causing pain for some, as US-based cloud services become more expensive, few firms are considering switching suppliers just yet