Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust’s informatics service has developed an app to help reduce the stigma around electro-convulsive therapy
A Harvey Nash and KMPG CIO survey finds CIOs are becoming more influential in their businesses, but struggle with challenges such as skills shortages and cyber security
The UK government introduces an open standard for emergency services’ IT systems to improve the speed and efficiency of responses to incidents
Challenger is moving its IT infrastructure to the cloud to enable it to respond better to business growth
DDoS attacks have become a commodity, and are available openly on professional services online marketplaces for as little as $5 an hour, say security researchers
IBM shows off triple-level cell phase change memory and says PCM can be used as faster adjunct to flash storage and extension to DRAM memory
A lack of business confidence leads some organisations in the Middle East to delay or abandon ambitious IT projects that may not show an immediate return
International theme park operator Merlin Entertainments dumps servers and storage and replaces them with Simplivity hyper-converged infrastructure at 124 sites worldwide
Gathering and analysing huge amounts of data offers the promise of business efficiency and new opportunities. We look at what this all means for the once-cautious Dutch
Recruitment firm’s new CIO wants to help the business make the most of IT and use technology to improve speed and efficiency
GCHQ will partner with other government departments and private industry to offer students a comprehensive package of financial assistance and cyber skills
Data sovereignty concerns and a growing digital economy are fuelling demand for new datacentres in Africa, say analysts and operators
A new kind of transformational and strategic CIO has started to appear, willing to harness disruption techniques and add value to the organisation
GE Digital’s CCO is driving service revenue growth through the commercialisation of Predix, the company’s big data and analytics software platform, as it seeks to exploit the industrial internet of things
The Philippines tax office is enabling people to access more services via their mobile phones
Hyper-converged pioneer launches slimmed-down version of enterprise products with its own hypervisor, VMware or Hyper-V on board
CIO of Belgian 3D printing company explains how selling software to competitors is good for a fledgling industry
Allegedly tech-savvy millennials are letting social media stand in the way of job prospects as potential employers turn to the internet for background information
Australia’s latest government budget included commitment to the financial technology revolution, but what developments are already afoot?
French investigators raid Google’s Paris office to follow up complaints by tax authorities of acts of aggravated financial fraud
Both entities will take an equal stake in the new business
Huawei has filed lawsuits in China and the US, accusing Samsung of infringing a number of its patents relating to mobile technologies
Labour welcomes the government’s commitment to review bulk data collection powers in the draft Investigatory Powers Bill, but says more change is needed to win the party’s backing
The Digital Catapult innovation centre launches an open permissions platform to allow creatives to track where their content has been used
The IT underpinning the 2016 Olympics in Rio enters a critical phase as one of its essential event management systems starts to work
Organisations embracing the internet of things must be aware of the information security and legal liability risks, experts warn
This week, bloggers debate whether it would be better if the industry found a Cisco alternative and reveal what one survey indicated will be the top IT priorities in 2016.
HPE’s CEO Meg Whitman admits the company’s flagship private cloud will need to run in CSC/ES datacentres
Big job losses in Finland as Nadella has a rethink on Windows phones
The payments provider is running the event alongside BA and the UK local government body responsible for London’s transport system to create new travel services
The European Commission has outlined a number of proposals to better regulate the operation of online platforms in the Digital Single Market
HMRC “misjudged” impact of its transformation programme and failed to build in sufficient contingency in its plans, says National Audit Office
Two digital officers weigh in on why the term "failing fast" doesn't work for their organizations.
The new information rights management feature in Citrix ShareFile helps manage and secure data, no matter where it lives.
OHL, a global supply chain management company, grew sales with successful collaboration between sales teams and marketers.
"Digital ecosystem" was the catchphrase at this year's MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. To vie as competitors, companies need to play by a new directive: Share or be left out.
Hot on the heels of the Qatar National Bank breach comes a campaign employing advanced social engineering techniques
Online gaming firm Bet365 is set to replace NAS for data with 0.5PB of more scalable and elastic object storage, built on SwiftStack and commodity SuperMicro hardware
The objectives of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre are to address systemic vulnerabilities, reduce risks, respond to serious incidents and nurture national cyber security capability
451 Research’s latest Cloud Price Index investigates link between low-cost cloud services and provider market share
The government makes public data gleaned from its monitoring of the performance of the Public Services Network to help customers understand their networks
Cloud CRM giant Salesforce names Amazon Web Services as preferred public cloud provider, as it sets out plans to expand use of its infrastructure-as-a-service offerings
While piracy rates are declining, unauthorised software poses a big security risk, says the Business Software Alliance
Three very different organisations share their stories of how to make projects a success and deliver real results
UK challenger bank OakNorth is putting core banking systems in the Amazon Web Services cloud
CIO of Finnish-listed international retailer tells Computer Weekly about the department store’s journey towards omnichannel
Microsoft speeds deprecation of SHA-1, Google dropping support for RC4, SSLv3, as web software publishers approach end of life for obsolete cryptographic algorithms and protocols.
Australia’s federal police have raided the offices of a Labor opposition politician in an investigation into leaked National Broadband Network documents
Taking on the challenge of securing student and organisational data while ensuring easy access to resources
Bank is using blockchain to underpin its latest app, which enables customers to make international payments 24 hours a day, which clear the next day
A San Francisco court has confirmed that copyright laws allow fair use of Java APIs in Oracle’s six-year battle with Google over Android
The general public is not confident councils can make their digital strategies work
Safe and secure handling of sensitive data remains a top priority for the homelessness charity
Bristol Water outsources IT to Wipro to support it through a period of transformation to its operating model
LiveDrive, JustCloud and Dixons Carphone commit to fairer usage terms for cloud customers, but Microsoft and Google are conspicuous by their absence
A group of Scottish councils are creating a digital transformation partnership to drive change across local services
The European Commission gives the thumbs up to the UK’s National Broadband Scheme, designed to extend next-generation broadband access as far as possible by 2020
Data storage industry professionals discussed the appeal of technologies such as all-flash arrays, hyper-convergence and cloud storage during the first SearchStorage Tweet Chat.
Cyber attacks on banks in Bangladesh, Vietnam and the Philippines used the same malware, which has links to other attacks on banks in the region, reports Symantec
Companies should take care of the security vulnerabilities in their IT infrastructure, cloud back-ends and mobile applications in preparation for the challenges of IoT, says Adrzej Kawalec
In a panel at the SAP Sapphire conference, early adopters shared ideas about how S/4HANA forms the core of their digital business transformation.