Cloud services may be easy to deploy and easy to use, but integrating them into the business requires a range of core skills that companies underestimate at their peril
Better recognition for one of the UK's most lucrative IT and technology sectors
Top-ranked CIO in Computing's 2014 IT Leaders 100 receives promotion to global role, shares secret of his success
Moving to a cloud environment can have a big impact on the business, and not all of them are positive...
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills estimates four out of 10 companies in IT could be affected
BCS President and former Hampshire Council CIO and CDO Jos Creese examines the role of IT in the wake of the Volkswagen scandal
The cloud doesn't save us money, and we need MORE technical staff than before, claims local authority IT chief
Rocco Labellarte of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead thought cloud would cut costs and headcount, but things haven't gone exactly as planned
Financial Times chief product and information officer Christina Scott discusses a major website redesign, and the IT work necessary to manage the brand's transition to new owners
Negotiation and contractual skills most important when managing outsourced data centres and cloud services
Computing's research finds that enterprises want proactive staff who can seek redress if contractual obligations are not being delivered
Current round to hit services division, but job losses not over yet, warns CEO Meg Whitman
And cyber security roles make up 14 per cent of all new UK-based IT roles, according to Procorre
What should engineers, architects, project managers and consultants be getting in their pay packets?
There are now more bar workers than agricultural labourers - surely a success for technology and humanity?
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
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
British Gas has already started shifting towards the cloud, unlocking the benefits of data analysis and developing a talent pipeline
IT leaders hit back against claims made by website owner who sacked former Net-a-Porter CIO
'CIOs don't have the right skills to become CEO,' says website co-owner who sacked former Net-a-Porter CIO
Isabel Rutland wouldn't hire another CIO as a CEO at Discover&Deliver after letting Richard Lloyd-Williams go
Going 'digital' is a popular mantra, but organisations see the scope of the digital leader differently, Sooraj Shah investigates
Computing Summit panel suggests a spectrum of DevOps will drive business forward
As well as delivering software faster, DevOps has numerous benefits for the IT department, research finds, but strong leadership is essential
IT department looks set to shrink as broadcaster has to make 'some hard choices'
A repertoire of DevOps skills are a necessity, three of the Post's developers tell Computing
Cambridge Satchel Company's plans to become a £100m business: an interview with CTO Jonny Wooldridge
'I'm not just the geek in the corner doing what marketing tells me to; I'm trying to stay ahead of what marketing might need,' he tells Computing