Medium-sized firms are the most optimistic about GDPR, suggests the NetApp research
The Force isn't strong with us
And stop incessantly asking us out for coffee, say senior IT decision-makers
This will be the tipping point of synthetic learning, argues Peter Cochrane
"We're not the high priests in the temple" warns IT leader
Computing examines the biggest corporate acquisitions of the past five months
Amazon and other technology vendors are often hyperbolic about their own products. Could this stem from insecurity?
Langford replaces interim David Smith, and before him David Bulman, as the firm's new senior VP of technology
Are CIOs and rogue apps starting to co-exist in peace?
How hard is IAM to properly control and implement? Twelve Computing IT Leaders Club members give their views
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
A technology boss who understood the business of fun
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
Professor Sharm Manwani of Henley Business School discusses lessons learned from a migration project that won an award at the UK IT Industry Awards
Although 'sometimes we hire people who are jerks', admits Spotify director of engineering
Technological advances also to blame, says Hackett Group
IPsoft MD Terry Walby on the pros and cons of outsourced IT, and the growth of automation
Computing explains the 'Choose your own Adventure' thread in the latest magazine issue, and asks; 'what have you learned?'
UK-based Shazam team absorbed by Thomson Reuters to extend information company's mobile reach
Ailing internet giant follows the Google model to renewed growth. But it may be missing a trick
Vision of the Public Sector Network takes a step closer to reality