Technology may be advancing and improving at a fearsome rate, but few developments today can match the design, charm and sheer weirdness of the inventions of yesteryear
Computing continues its rundown of the major enterprise security threats expected this year
Here's the reality behind the 5G hype
With time running out, what are the key compliance lessons organisations can learn from other IT leaders?
The EU's GDPR regulation is supposed to help focus business leaders' minds on security. But will it help cyber criminals more than CIOs and CISOs?
Recognising the people who have pushed technology forwards this year
Does big data do as much harm as good?
The next five years in security: more zero-days, more ransomware and more espionage with AI deployed on both sides, warns LME CISO Russell Wing
GDPR won't just mean potential fines for IT security compromises, warns Wing, it will provide a 'guide price' for cyber criminals
Experiments with automation have already lowered costs and increased speed at Ocado's warehouses
Case study: Hillarys' Julian Bond on the company's shift from HP-UX to SUSE Linux as part of SAP Business Suite upgrade
Hillarys' SAP upgrade complicated by platform shift and database migration
Open source software now dominates vast swathes of computing
Building a new PC? Here's some of the most hideous-looking PC cases money can (but shouldn't) buy
Dr Natalia Konstantinova describes the benefits and challenges of creating a tireless customer services operative
When outsourcing goes wrong, it can go very expensively wrong...
Join Computing on this trek into the verdant pastures of a burgeoning video games industry, as we remember the best games of the '80s. In this first feature, we start where it all began in 1980 itself
'We're extremely serious about cyber defence,' says head of training Brigadier Paul Buttery
Computing speaks to an indie games development firm about its techniques and tools
How being a digital native is helping the firm look at markets beyond energy
Resident Evil 7 has just launched, but what else can we look forward to?
Enlightened self-interest by Sage, Microsoft and Accenture as they offer a way into the job market to those who have fallen behind
Regulation - and not just the GDPR - will soon add an extra dimension to organisations' security planning
Wireless security cameras, a bank of microwave ovens and interference from ships' own Wi-Fi networks identified with NetScout Wireless Performance Management
The Apple iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S8, and the Nokia P1 - just three of the new devices coming this year