Michael Voegele, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Philip Morris International, argues that tech leaders have a duty to create inclusive workplaces that empower women
Distraction is one of the oldest tricks in the book, but the rush to digital has made it easier
Public or private, you should ensure it complies with OSI standards
Should a Zero trust approach be used when it comes to end point security given the rise of hybrid working? If so, which solutions are the most recent and effective? How important is education around endpoint tech security for the workforce? Will North,...
It's time to turn the theoretical conversations around what AI should look like into real action
If organisations focus on unifying the analytics, they'll spend a lot less time moving, replicating and transforming data
We're becoming better at detecting attacks before they've even started
Modern data management requires a nuanced approach that combines private and public cloud and on-premises environments with training to increase security posture
The pros and cons of criminalising ransom payments
Guy Lacey, Next Generation Technology Director at DS Smith, explains how digitisation plays a role in every aspect of his business, and how they're modernising whilst keeping people at the forefront
David Sant, commercial solicitor specialising in data and technology at Harper James Solicitors, warns that employers joining the AI revolution need to be increasingly mindful of the laws surrounding workers’ rights as sign-up sky-rockets during the pandemic...
The geek stereotype belongs with floppy disks, dial up modems and overhead projectors in the dustbin of history.
Modern networking technology has revolutionised everything – not that you’d know it
Data protection is evolving into data management
Rachel Pattinson explores how the School of Computing at Newcastle University is supporting women working in academic computing roles
RDDoS attacks often come out of the blue, but there are a few key ways you can best prepare for them
Universities and colleges must adapt their courses to take account of rapid change in the markets, driven by both technology and global events
Video tools are business-critical just like cloud storage, security and networking
With the Women in Technology Awards now in their fifth year, Computing examines the rationale behind recognising women in this way, and speaks to Jane Deal, IT director at the Law Society and a judge at this year's awards
'Free' may get the job done in the short term, but the long term health of your code - and of your operational systems - must be taken into account
We reveal six scenarios for using the cloud to solve the challenges of the finance sector, illustrated with industry case studies
Bev White, Chief Executive of Harvey Nash Group takes a look at the data emerging from the pandemic and asks how the demand for tech jobs will change because of the pandemic
Without adequate support and representation, diversity in tech will always be at a low-level standstill