Tech teams have always been central to business success, so supporting them is crucial
Modern networking technology has revolutionised everything – not that you’d know it
Messages from the Department of Health and Social Care contain personally identifiable information, warns Kuan Hon
Victory for openDemocracy as the government promises public consultation before expanding Palantir's contract
Why do we need vaccine passports?
The building society is closing three offices in Swindon to cut spending on office space
IT leadership has been crucial to steering a course through the pandemic, and so has the presence of strong networks and trusted communities
Organisations cannot afford to return to normal - they must learn from the last 12 months if they hope to compete
The number of young students taking IT subjects at GCSE has fallen 40 per cent since 2015, despite growing demand
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
Pharmaceutical firms are also good payers, claims gang member 'Unknown'
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world more than any technology - but like any disruption, it's also brought opportunities
Bev White, Chief Executive of Harvey Nash Group takes a look at the data emerging from the pandemic and asks how the demand for tech jobs will change because of the pandemic
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
Political, social and privacy concerns stand in the way of what, on the face of it, seems like a quick and easy solution to fixing the global economy
Beating the pandemic through collaboration: An interview with Sudip Trivedi, head of data and analytics at the London Borough of Camden
Trivedi discusses partnering with external organisations to develop speedy front-line solutions to serve Camden Council's citizens, and talks about the importance of data behind every initiative
The IT sector employed about 1.6 million people in Q4 2020, versus 1.5 million in Q4 2019
Keeping a major bank going during the pandemic: Interview with Kate Platonova, Chief Data and Architecture Officer, HSBC
Computing speaks exclusively to Kate Platonova, Chief Data and Architecture Officer, HSBC to discuss the pandemic, remote working and quantum computing
Head of IT Chris Mullins discusses the reasons behind the switch, the tribulations of cut-over day, and dealing with employees' 'crazy home network concotions'
The latest wave of social engineering attacks related to the pandemic are sophisticated, widespread and convincing - and I was nearly taken in
Experts from around the world discuss the benefits artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques are bringing to the battle to beat the pandemic, and the ways in which we should help the technology be more effective
With essential services and safety nets struggling thanks in part to years of austerity and the more recent pandemic, it's time for big tech to step up and pay its dues, argues Stuart Sumner
Matthew Green, Technology and Data Director at The National Lottery Community Fund, explains how the programme, which included moving to mobile devices and leveraging technologies like Microsoft's O365 and Teams, meant that by the time of the first lockdown...
The breach is not expected to impact the timeline for the review of the vaccine