Understanding what drives teen hackers is key to securing your business, says cyber expert Shelton Newsham
Natural curiosity can lead some to open some wrong doors
With nominations currently open for the Women in Technology Excellence Awards, meet some of our judges - including Sarah Lucas, Head of Platforms and Infrastructure at William Hill and Kate Beverley, VP of Business and Portfolio Management at Pearson...
'The tech can be taught' - why Lianne Potter studied anthropology to prepare for a career in cyber security
Understanding peoples’ motivations and exhibiting trust are two approaches that the security industry dramatically under-utilises
Michelle Slee, Agile delivery manager at DVLA and Alice Genevois, senior data science manager at Lloyds Banking Group, two winners from last year's Women in Technology Excellence Awards, discuss the importance of coding clubs to bring people together...
Ursula Dolton, CTO of the British Heart Foundation, winner of Transformation Leader SME in the Women in Technology Excellence Awards 2020 and a member of the judging panel for this years’ awards, shares the story of her 'not entirely straightforward'...
'We needed a much more flexible and cost-efficient operation to keep up with the big players in the field', says head of DevOps Chris Callaghan
Automation has been a game-changer for Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
Organisations cannot afford to return to normal - they must learn from the last 12 months if they hope to compete
'I wanted to be Robocop, Arnie in The Predator, and of course, Lt. Ripley' - 15 Questions with Covea Insurance Transformation Manager Lianne Potter
Potter faces Computing's '15 Questions', and tells us about her fascination with the digital divide, cybersecurity and Arnold Schwarznegger
Invite challenge, but don't be afraid to challenge back, says Rachel Ruston of Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Women are as capable of IT success as anyone, and supporting each other is key
After years of on-prem services and tape-based cold storage, Williams Racing is gearing up to compete with F1’s biggest names
A homogenous culture will always prepare in the same way – but the pandemic showed the importance of expecting the unexpected
'I still think the otters wave at me' - 15 Questions with Church of England director of technology Terry Willis
Willis sits in the '15 Questions' hotseat and discusses how he got into technology, the best piece of advice he was ever given, and sea otters
'How did I get into tech? Playing 'Pong' on console helped!' - 15 Questions with VMLY&R Global CIO Trevor Attridge
Attridge takes part in Computing's '15 Questions' series and discusses the advice he'd give his teenage self, and the technology of the future he's most excited by
Beating the pandemic through collaboration: An interview with Sudip Trivedi, head of data and analytics at the London Borough of Camden
Trivedi discusses partnering with external organisations to develop speedy front-line solutions to serve Camden Council's citizens, and talks about the importance of data behind every initiative
Technology is bone-deep at cancer charity Anthony Nolan
Charles Ewen on his first ever job, why he decided on a career in technology and what advice he'd give his teenage self
Met Office CIO Charles Ewen: "If I've learned one thing, it's to be very cautious about predicting the future"
Ewen leads IT at the Met Office, and ironically acknowledges that there will always be a number of elements we can neither control or predict
'We risk creating a society that only connects on-screen' - CITL CEO Tree Hall on life post-pandemic
We must keep the benefits of remote working - and remember that humans are social creatures, says CITL CEO Tree Hall
"My preferred scenario? I never have to go back to work" - LSE CIO Laura Dawson on tech-driven futures
Laura Dawson of the LSE talks to Noel Anderson about the future of technology in education; data platforms (and why we won’t get a global, unified one any time soon); and AI
The University is preparing students for an automated future, and it’s not limiting teaching to technical courses
Next stop the open web
In October 2020, Octopus Energy embarked on an internship programme designed to prove that you don’t need to be a white man to flourish in the tech industry