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If the main reason for their job is to transform companies - then surely by 2025 there should be no need for a £110,000-a-year CDO, argues Sooraj Shah
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Webroot's George Anderson says four hour shutdown is 'not an acceptable time period'
Sixty per cent of local authorities don’t know how much sensitive data they have or where it is kept
Six Degrees Group received 302 responses to FOI requests, and finds 'worrying lack of insight' from local authorities
By turning sentences into vectors, computers will be able to learn meaning for themselves, Professor Geoffrey Hinton tells The Royal Society
Popular price comparison website changes its development tool of choice from Microsoft to open-source Node.js
Salesforce acquisition: If it happens the 'harsh realities of economy will hit the company', warns TNT CIO
Acquisition could also lead to 'dilution' of customer service levels, says Phil Parkin
Six figure salary for a CDO who will take over the duties of the interim CIO as well as responsibility of digital technologies and service delivery
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'The bad guys only have to succeed once, whereas security has to succeed 100 per cent of the time,' Miguel Segimon, Pioneer Investment's information security manager tells Computing
Government decision makers want IT to help improve service delivery, reduce costs and increase collaboration but have little confidence that it will be able to deliver
Faulkner recently spoke to Computing about his role as CIO of the investment bank arm of Credit Suisse
The Enterprise Mobility Summit is a leading annual conference that brings together over 200 CIOs and Senior IT professionals from across all industries. The 2015 agenda will examine how organisations can manage the increasing array of endpoints which are enabling mobile computing in business.
Only the most agile enterprise stands a chance in today’s ever-changing business environment. To be successful they need to become far more innovative whilst greatly improving velocity which can be achieved by bringing together the areas of DevOps and Business Process Management.
These annual awards celebrate the achievements of the technology vendors and service providers who are leading the field of enterprise IT with innovative products, services and solutions that underpin and drive success in both business and public sector organisations.