Computing speaks to Claire Hoxworth, Manager - Service Information & Support, Broadcast & Online Service Management at the BBC, about her win at the Women in IT Excellence Awards
Computing catches up with Emma Jenkins, technical analyst at Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and winner of the software engineer of the year award at the Women in IT Excellence Awards
Computing brings you a highlights reel from the fabulous Women in IT Excellence Awards
From artificial intelligence to augmented reality, big data will be behind some of the most important innovations in tomorrow's technology. Trainline's Director of Data Science explores the biggest trends in travel technology for 2019, and how travellers...
The Women in IT Excellence Awards 2018 were a roaring success, but don't take our word for it, see for yourself!
Computing is proud to reveal all of the winners on the glittering night, celebrating the many female success stories from the UK's IT industry
A panel of IT leaders at Computing's recent Enterprise Security and Risk Management Live conference discuss their biggest security failings
A panel of security experts at Computing's recent Enterprise Security and Risk Management event says looking for computer science degrees won't necessarily find you the right people for the job
Ian Penny, CIO of Hiscox and winner of CIO of the year at the UK IT Industry Awards 2018, discusses what the award means for him, and his priorities for 2019
With malware now pervasive and high-profile organisations being breached every day, Computing invites IT leaders to a networking dinner for sharing best practise
The UK IT Industry Awards 2018 was a huge success. But don't take our word for it, check out this gallery of the the nation's top IT professionals letting their hair down!
Computing presents all the winners of the UK IT Industry Awards 2018, in glorious technicolour
Computing and the BCS held the 2018 UK IT Awards, find out who the big winners were on the night
Kal Patel, managing director of digital health at Flex, explains how CIOs in healthcare must lead digital transformation
A CIO roundtable states that the EU's General Data Protection Regulation has helped focus board minds on security
The CIO and CDO share many areas of responsibility - but does bringing them both together under one title make sense?
Show boards the headlines when other organisations get hacked, and if all else fails, get hacked yourself
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 top IT leaders give their views on what it takes to be a great CIO, with business focus and ability to lead change cited as key skills
Computing speaks to a group of IT leaders at various charities to find out why they chose the industry, and what their unique challenges are
Five years ago it was a fad, in five years' time it will be everywhere
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
IT leaders reveal the best ways for vendors to interface with them at Computing's recent Technology Marketing Summit
Corcoran discusses brain scanners, drones, networks refreshes, and using data to sell more whisky