Cyber crime isn't all about speed: infiltrators are slowing down to avoid detection
Technical director for operations on the challenges and rewards of innovation
AWS was key in helping Monzo to comply with the heavy regulations needed to gain a banking licence
What drives security changes: people or technology?
Modularity is a natural fit for an agile approach
How data is improving dating
'I can't decrypt my own messages. There's an irony to that I guess'
'If the NSA tells you to get ready for quantum computers then you'd better get ready'
Legislation is always late, but that's no reason to ignore necessary changes
The ubiquity of technology and connectivity is forcing a change in how CIOs work
Now that pilot projects are complete, DevOps demand is outstripping talent availability
Change isn't easy, but it is necessary to encourage evolution
DevOps is no longer the sole preserve of startups
Agile IT is the lifeblood of an e-commerce, but resistance to change is still common
I was doing DevOps long before it became a thing, says Cutter
Smart discusses his role overseeing the technology underpinning health and social care in England, focusing on the new NHS Digital Academy
"The needle of technology has definitely moved on to the consumer space," says Amitabh Apte of Mars, Inc.
Two-speed leaves a gap between legacy and digital
The government knows that data is important, but enacting change needed a shift in both culture and structure
The male-dominated culture of Silicon Valley is turning women and minorities off from becoming part of the tech space
How Avis is using digital to lower 'peak stress' for customers
Michelle Cope of Allianz says that events like the Women in IT Excellence Awards help to promote female role models
The lack of role models is hurting the industry
Ryan Bryers of Worldline knows that all systems eventually age out, but the important ones need to be supported for years or decades