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
In both private and public sector, cloud computing can help address legacy IT and information management issues
Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal, argues that more granular control is a good thing, but it's easier said than done
Just because a provider has impressive revenue numbers doesn't mean they'll be around for the long haul
An expert speaking at Computing's recent Cloud & Infrastructure Summit added that he needs four separate additional services just to get Microsoft Office 365 to do what it's supposed to
Expert panel at event discusses how security and technology professionals should best communicate with and educate the board
"Government departments are no longer pen-pushers, they're IT companies" echoes CapGemini
Respondents to Computing's latest research indicate growing acceptance of cloud, though security fears remain
CIOs should be independent of the CFO, and be nothing less than CEO of the IT business, says Rocco Labellarte
Good Hair Day global technical solutions manager Spencer Hudson discusses his firm's decision to embrace disruption
Rewarding failure? Why has the NHS appointed Professor Keith McNeil as chief clinical information officer?
McNeil's tenure as Addenbrooke Hospital's CEO was punctuated by a £200m IT disaster. So why has he been appointed NHS CCIO?
Darren Price, group CIO of the insurer explains that digital is transforming his business
CCIO is Keith McNeil who resigned as CEO of Addenbrooke's Hospital after it overspent by £1.2m a week
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Artificial intelligence and automation are a real threat to a multitude of careers. Is yours among them?
Meanwhile Informatica appoints new CIO, who will report to the CFO - an arrangement some technology leaders find untenable
Chris Middleton argues that the UK needs to be more ambitious with its investment, especially post-Brexit
What should today's technology leaders fear most of all? Change, culture, CFOs, or all three?
New director will earn at least £131k and report to the new chief information and technology officer
Consultancy states that big data projects fail because they're managed by the CIO...
John Lewis will spend £500m on IT in the next five years, says Coby
Routine maintenance and backup roles also under severe threat, warns expert panel
Automation can save time, but not enough thought goes into how that time can be better used, warns Computing webseminar panel