100-strong team will aid protection of 'polarising' drivers, along with increasing data security and hack prevention
Personal data on children lost, CCTV cameras used to watch a wedding, and over 5,000 letters sent to the wrong addresses, finds Big Brother Watch
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Patientrack team up in bid to help prevent acute kidney injury
Alerting technology from Patientrack, along with existing data sources, will be used to prevent AKI, which costs the NHS between £434m and £620m every year
HMRC wants more bulk data-gathering powers to feed into its growing big data analytics systems
Decoding data-driven healthcare: an interview with European Bioinformatics Institute's Steven Newhouse
Newhouse tells Computing how technologies including cloud computing and wearable devices are helping to bring about the consumerisation of genetic sequencing
Who walked away with the 21 gongs?
Danny Palmer demos Crytek's VR software and dodges pterodactyls while director David Bowman explains how VR is not all about fun and games
Database bottlenecks in testing undermined DevOps shift at City Index
Making Just Eat 'available to customers wherever they are on any device' - an interview with CTO Carlos Morgado
Apple Watch, cloud and analytics are refining food ordering at Just Eat, providing a personal experience to customers, wherever they are, Morgado tells Computing
Sixty per cent of local authorities don't know how much sensitive data they have or where it is kept
Six Degrees Group received 302 responses to FOI requests, and finds 'worrying lack of insight' from local authorities
'The bad guys only have to succeed once, whereas security has to succeed 100 per cent of the time,' Miguel Segimon, Pioneer Investment's information security manager tells Computing
'As the demand for the CDO office increases in momentum, it is still ultimately the CIO's responsibility to support the infrastructure needs for this function,' argues Janani Dumbleton, principal consultant at Experian Data Quality UK
Tibco was chosen because of its ability to 'execute in an environment where a high rate of change is expected'
'Cumbersome and silly' rules won't do anything to protect data, claims Phil Libin
Shahaf Rozanski, Director of Forensic Products at Cellebrite, outlines the growing importance of the cloud in solving crime.
M&S wanted a strategic partner that could help it to build an analytics hub and complement its in-house capabilities
Marju Lauristin and Timothy Kirkhope argue new European Data Protection Directive will ensure privacy rights and data protection are fully embedded in technology
Speaking on a European Parliament data privacy panel, ICO's Hannah McCausland argued organisations must take responsibility over data - and IBM agree
How JustGiving CIO Richard Atkinson uses cloud, data and machine learning to offer fundraisers 'a personal experience'
'If One Direction or Stephen Fry tweet something, we can have 10,000 visitors in ten seconds, so you need to scale quickly,' he tells Computing
Fierce competition for a limited number of good candidates makes hiring hard, Lee Congdon tells Computing
ICO warning comes as CloudMask report suggests consumers are resigned to having to share personal data
'Frequent disregard of laws' may have taken place, warns ICO head of enforcement Steve Eckersley
Active Navigation and an employee reward scheme was all it took
Drawing on the results of a recent Computing survey of IT leaders, John Leonard outlines the main arguments for investing in MDM solutions