Recognising the people who have pushed technology forwards this year
Peter Cochrane examines the common problem between the WannaCry outbreak, the BA breakdown and the NSA malware tools leakage - managers
But female CIOs were more likely to have received a salary increase than their male counterparts
Some of the UK's top technology leaders reveal the skills needed to make the step up to CIO and CTO roles
While the CIO is becoming more accepted as a business leader, CIOs can't afford to lose their grasp on technology, say tech leaders
Also: IT security job availability to rise in 2017 as digital change accelerates
The Donald has tech leaders in a tizz
Vince Warrington, director, Protective Intelligence, explains why today's chief information security officer ultimately needs to know more about business than technology
What should today's technology leaders fear most of all? Change, culture, CFOs, or all three?
David Munn says integration of teams and a change of job profiles has been 'incredibly powerful' for GLA
Conservative MP David Davis says Computer Science will only get you so far, but those with degrees in PPE get right to the top
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CIOs who can only use analogue and waterfall approaches will be replaced by CDOs, says Steve Townsend
'The sales guy may say he loves your business, but believe me he doesn't,' says David Davies
Computing's definitive list of the top UK-based CIOs, CTOs, IT directors and other IT leaders for 2016 is here!
With security headaches and continually emerging technologies and trends, today's technology leaders have never had so many competing demands on their attention. Could mindfulness hold the answer?
Matt Hollingsworth, general manager of data analytics company Aquila Insight's London office, discusses the benefits of training your existing workforce to fill skills gaps
Richard Cross believes CIOs need to learn some new skills in order to remain relevant over the next five years
Aecom CIO Steve Capper and IT director Matt Sharp tell Stuart Sumner how they masterminded a global post-merger integration project that 'followed the sun' with the help of expert teams located in several time zones
LOC Consulting's Peter Osborne identifies the five fundamental areas in which delivery issues can arise for IT projects
Professor Sharm Manwani of Henley Business School discusses lessons learned from a migration project that won an award at the UK IT Industry Awards
Professor Sharm Manwani of Henley Business School explains how many IT leaders are 'created' rather than 'born'
Computing Research reveals that significant numbers of IT leaders can't answer basic questions about their jobs
Richard Lloyd-Williams, Net-a-Porter's group IT director, tells Danny Palmer how organising his fast-expanding department into agile, business-focused development teams is enabling it to react more quickly to the needs of the firm and its customers