Geoff Hedges, digital transformation manager at Worcestershire County Council explains how his organisation is keeping processes running smoothly whilst adding additional services to help both internal and external customers - all whilst ensuring morale...
“I always wanted to be a CIO, but there were times I thought I would never make it,” says CIO of the Year Nimisha Patel
Ian Hill of BAM Group warns against being distracted by bells and whistles
Computing talks to insurer RSA's Group CIO David Germain about running IT that can support nine million customers across 140 countries - while respecting increasingly challenging regulatory compliance, including data protection
Computing talks to Cypher Coders CEO Elizabeth Tweedale about founding new tech businesses and diversity in the IT industry
GitLab's product management director on progressive delivery, feature flags and evidence gathering
James Holmes, CIO of North P&I Club, discussing his organisation's digital transformation and use of machine learning to improve critical business processes
The SplitSave feature uses machine learning, with Trainline's massive data repositories, to efficiently calculate the best way to save customers money
Cybersecurity is a high stakes game and people aren't aware of the risks, says professional poker player and statistician Liv Boeree
Former NHBC and City University CIO Carl Stokes tells Computing why customer experience should be a priority - and how organisations ought to do it
The CPS has transformed the way it handles multimedia, to raise security and lower costs
Sonos claims Google exploited the company's openness in 2013 collaboration to better integrate Google Play Music with Sonos's wireless speakers
Privacy International demands Amazon, Google and other cloud companies reveal use of 'cloud extraction' technology
Privacy pressure group calls for 17 cloud giants to 'protect customer data from legal backdoors'
Can intelligence-led service introduce cruise travel to a younger generation?
"Society discourages women from entering STEM fields," says entrepreneur Christine Telyan
Peter Wallis explains how the company moved from Splunk to Sumo Logic because of pricing, and how Kubernetes made Google the clear cloud choice
'We don't have a very diverse set of people working in AI and I think that's worrying and needs to be addressed'
The business used multiple suppliers and a spread of third-party support agreements, some of which had expired
The Digital Collections Programme is a hive of activity
How a decades-old mosquito corpse helped to understand the spread of Zika
There are more than 70 returner programmes operating across the UK now, compared to just three in 2014
Angelique Vu, software engineer and chair of FT Women UK, speaks about her diversity shock after moving to the tech industry, and the code she's written to uncover unconscious bias
How do you make trains run on time? It turns out you use a mixture of data science, analytics and cloud, according to Hancock