Majority of British employees believe their companies would prioritise business continuity over Covid safety
But 87 per cent of employees said their organisations have created new and better ways of working during the pandemic period, according to a ServiceNow study
Two-thirds of organisations expect remote work to continue in the long-term - how can you prepare?
Emma Maslen, Vice President and General Manager for EMEA and APAC, Ping Identity, discuss how the pandemic is changing security needs and authentication strategies, and her experiences changing companies during the global health crisis
In an emergency, is it better to stick with what you know or take a risk?
Egress CEO Tony Pepper discusses the NHSmail project, and how Coronavirus has affected his organisation, and the industry more broadly
The AI uses four biomarkers to decide if the person is infected
SAP will focus on cloud growth in the future - but currently faces a revenue delay as customers are avoiding risky cloud migrations
A group of IT leaders at a recent Computing virtual roundtable discusses cloud and monitoring strategies, with most seeing issues with too many tools and dashboards giving rise to information overload, often burying critical data
A look at some of the highlights in store during Day 2 day of our flagship event series
Computing speaks to some of the UK’s leading technology figures to find out their biggest challenges for the future
Covid-19 has put many people off the idea of public transport, especially in major cities like London. Could a new electric scooter be the answer for shorter trips?
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen organisations accelerate their cloud strategies, with staff reluctant or unable to work from offices, data centres and many other locations. Computing recently caught up with Justin Augat, VP of Product Marketing at iland,...
Cambridge-1 will be among the world's top 30 most powerful supercomputers, and top three most environmentally-frien
Public Health England appears to be managing the daily case numbers on an Excel spreadsheet, and has misunderstood the software's limitations
Certified businesses will have been better equipped to cope with the new normal
A failure to curb the growing problem of misinformation could have serious repercussions for the Internet and for society as a whole
Government officials are concerned that the app's adoption rate could be as low as 10 per cent
Computing speaks to the CIO steering committee of its upcoming IT Leaders Festival to understand how IT leaders need to develop themselves and their careers over the coming months and years
Post-Covid-19, security is no longer an ‘IT issue’ – it’s a C-suite item and a fundamental strategic priority
Jonathan Ritchie, CIO of Mastercall Healthcare, explains how Bluetooth-connected devices can be used to remotely triage patients, potentially saving the NHS time and money, and saving lives
David S. Wall, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds outlines recent trends in cyber attacks across the public sector, and higher education specifically
How can you create a safe environment that enables failure, innovation and growth within the team? Find out at the IT Leaders Festival 2020
Children going back to school adds another layer of complexity for some people, with further Covid-19-related restrictions likely in the near future