We have become "fickle" with software says ServiceNow's Chris Pope
Storing data on a personal database doesn't make the company any less liable
Unhappiness with Aecom's $2.3bn outsourcing deal with IBM goes 'all the way up to the CEO', claims new inside source
A panel of experts at a recent Computing event explain that shadow IT can help the business, once the security risks have been assessed
GDPR presents CIOs and IT directors with the leverage to enforce a culture of secure IT and data management, argues Gordon Morrison
Computing research finds a lack of strategy around IT buying decisions, with under 40 per cent of purchases following an organisational strategy, and most being individually sanctioned
Panel at recent Computing event say they embrace - but don't necessarily welcome shadow IT
Dropbox's international trust and security chief for EMEA Mark Crosbie believes we should redefine the word 'threat'
Monolithic applications and inflexible security policies driving business and ordinary staff to use third-party IT
The UC&C market is growing thanks to mobility and cloud but not everyone is ready for it, Computing research finds
Sportscotland: 'We had little control over what information was being shared or who it was shared with'