ING Belgium’s CIO talks to Computer Weekly in depth about the technology-driven changes in the banking sector
Colocation provider Verne Global calls on CIOs to pay attention to Institution of mechanical engineers' concerns over sustainability of UK energy supply
Subpostmasters who claim to have been wrongly convicted of fraud take the Post Office to court after getting the funds for a group action
Opting for bulk data collection and other intrusive surveillance overlooks other means available that do not involve collateral damage to businesses and innocent people, says cyber expert
Swedish lock maker has outsourced its IT infrastructure to Indian IT services firm
Seamless, efficient customer service is the elusive goal of omnichannel. Salesforce expects to deliver it using IoT to give contact centers 'spooky intelligent' systems.
As cloud-based analytics as a service explodes in popularity, decision makers can scrutinize the past for trends and contemplate predictions for the future.
A report conducted for mobile operator Vodafone indicates the scale of acceptance of flexible and mobile working practices
A potential fault on a number of IE-5000 switches could give users a nasty shock, says supplier
The man heading up AstraZeneca’s project to insource its IT updates Computer Weekly on progress and explains the early benefits being reaped
Both capital and revenue funding will be made available to NHS organisations, but not through a “traditional” tech fund
Marcus East leaves role as head of e-commerce at Apple to become CDO at retail chain
Insurance company RSA has penned its second major outsourcing contract in a week as it extends a BPO contract with Accenture
Mobile payments provider says use of its mobile payments service is increasing by about four times each year
Government identity assurance system is set to move from beta to live in April, three years after its original target date
Smart city deployments will not get very far, or realise effective socioeconomic benefits, if more attention is not paid to the underlying infrastructure
Entatech looks to the future, as it announces a new owner and a settlement with Changtel's liquidators
Milton Keynes smart city project selects ThingWorx to provide a rapid application deployment environment
Cisco's latest supervisor switch engines lift Catalyst performance to handle more application-driven network traffic.
At Computer Weekly’s first CW500 meeting of 2016, CIOs gathered to discuss the role of the CIO, business change, cloud uptake and skills
Government must address the fundamental concerns raised by expert witnesses, MPs and Lords about the draft Investigatory Powers Bill, says TechUK
Research firm identifies immaturity in the organisational design of the set-ups led by the new breed of chief data officer and offers a menu of four design options
A report from analysts at 451 Research urges businesses to start preparing their technology for 5G mobile networks ahead of deployment
India’s biggest IT supplier, Tata Consultancy Services, plans to recruit 1,000 UK graduates for paid internships over the next four years
Social engineering tops the list of popular hacking methods, underlining the need for continuous monitoring, according to security firm Balabit
Besides higher revenue and profits, Cisco earnings also showed that volatility in the global markets had caused tech buyers to reduce spending in the data center.
Retiring CIO of Swedish steel company tells Computer Weekly about the progress made in merging two Nordic steel firms and looks at the biggest hurdles that lie ahead
Most US IT professionals are confident in key security controls to detect cyber attacks – but unsure how long it would take automated tools to discover a breach
Streaming firm details the challenges it faced during seven-year push to wind down its datacentres and move everything into the AWS public cloud
The government’s minister for digital reform talks about creating a Digital Leadership Academy, learning valuable lessons, and his love for open data
IoT big data analytics is needed to make sense of the mountains of data coming from industrial equipment and Spark may be up to the task.
Pete Peterson, Brocade's global channel vice president, plans to grow the company's partner roster, while planning new features such as a partner relationship management system.