Teachers may prefer PowerPoint over chalk and blackboard, but nothing has fundamentally changed in teaching in 6,000 years, argues Peter Cochrane
Back to the 1960s? Theresa May's industrial strategy to focus on 'the white heat of technology'
Raspberry Pi Foundation looking to take low-cost computer from the classroom to the control room
Axing the ICT GCSE was 'throwing the baby out with the bathwater', says CAS chair Simon Peyton Jones
ICT course 'needed a good hard look' but the requirements of many students are now not being served
Fee-free four-year degrees authenticated by the University of Warwick - with a £15,000 per annum bursary for 25 lucky students
Hannah Fry interview: 'Raspberry Pi and BBC micro:bit can be very helpful in boosting enthusiasm for maths'
Once you see things through numbers, all of human behaviour is open to your discovery, says maths educator
Conservative MP David Davis says Computer Science will only get you so far, but those with degrees in PPE get right to the top
FireEye report details which UK industries are most targeted by cyber criminals and hackers
City University looks to improving IT services for students while slashing costs by one-third
While currently a rarity, the number of CIOs getting the top job is likely to grow as the importance of IT and digitalisation increases, finds Sooraj Shah
Webroot's George Anderson says four hour shutdown is 'not an acceptable time period'
University was running 200 independently managed server rooms across 120 departments, and needed to rationalise and develop high performance computing capabilities
David Hunt, PGCE Computer Science Subject Leader at the University of Worcester, explains how to switch career to being a computer science teacher
James Barrett, director of Michael Page Technology, discusses the technology skills gap
'Make it Digital' campaign and Micro Bit hardware launch position BBC as 'megaphone' for UK tech skills deficit
Micro Bit mini computer also launched as Beeb attempts to fill 5,000 national tech jobs
ACS CEO Vin Murria had told Computing in April that she was keeping potential buyers at bay
The founder and CEO of EasySharePoint - and Microsoft Virtual Technical Solutions Professional - Suzy Dean examines the real issues in the wake of the Redmond boss's recent gaffes
Devices pre-loaded with course textbooks, virtual learning environment resources
The UK will only realise its full potential as a global technology hub if more women are encouraged to find careers within the sector, Education Minister Nick Gibb has said
Four USB 2.0 ports and lower power needs for new Pi as Foundation admits 'industrial customers' a consideration
South Staffordshire College director of strategy and infrastructure Jamie Smith tells Computing how the college is improving learning through BYOD
How smooth will the curriculum's introduction be come September?
"Get coding this year - it's easier than you think" says government initiative
Solution architect Peter Raymond tells Danny Palmer how Splunk helps the service cope with demand during peak periods including A-Level results day