It's not just drivers and cashiers who are under threat from AI. Here are the first jobs likely to disappear from IT
Reed.co.uk CIO Mark Ridley talks about his organisation's journey with agile, and of his decision to leave the company for a possible career as a 'gigging CIO'
Latest version of Microsoft's collaboration platform is now integrated with Project Server
'The track record in delivering government projects successfully has been poor' - report
HMRC strives to have 'fewer staff in the future' but PCS says the plans were 'devastating' and 'posed a significant threat to the operating of HMRC'
Deploying a new system is rarely a hassle-free process, but with some careful planning and forethought, most potential problems can be avoided, argues Geoff Mendelsohn of Bivonas Law
QA's Matt Bishop explains which skills are the most essential for businesses to ensure they get the maximum benefits of the cloud
Ten months since they put a ring on it, is the new web standard advancing at the speed it should?
Months of work was completed in just three weeks thanks to what the firm learned during the tendering process
While most organisations will (wisely) be waiting before they move, those keen to upgrade now should plan carefully first, MTI's Asad Malik tells Computing
For DevOps to work, it cannot be adopted in a half-hearted fashion, argues Jos Creese
A repertoire of DevOps skills are a necessity, three of the Post's developers tell Computing
Rather than the data itself, the biggest challenges around making a success of big data are cultural and management issues
'We need a strong provider who understands our business and is able to provide us with the best technology, which is why we chose Vodafone,' says RSA supply manager Gavin Hobbs
Fin Goulding tells Computing that DevOps is just about increasing efficiency - not about new tools or job titles
Harley-Davidson and Bristow Helicopters tell Computing about the huge potential they see in DevOps
Stewart James, partner at Ashfords LLP, argues that businesses and government both need to rethink their approach to contract negotiations
Tesco's head of BI, Andy Ruckley, explains how the company needed to shift from a waterfall approach to agile methodologies in order to overhaul the firm's failing data warehouse
James Barrett, director of Michael Page Technology, discusses the technology skills gap
LOC Consulting's Peter Osborne identifies the five fundamental areas in which delivery issues can arise for IT projects
'I don't read the GDS blog and think anything we're doing is wrong,' says Tri-borough CIO Ed Garcez
'This is a very important step in supporting our efforts to drive digital transformation across the Ministry of Defence,' says Colonel Garry Hearn
See Computing's new infographic based on its latest research into CIOs and their careers
Birst's David Gray discusses how business intelligence can be agile, and how it can benefit the UK's public sector