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Mobility is about to enter the post-app era, says Gartner

At an event in South Africa, Gartner analysts look ahead to an era of mobility that goes beyond apps more ...

Adrian Davis discusses the evolution of security in the age of IoT

Cloud computing and the internet of things will have a major impact on how security is implemented going forward. more ...

Salary survey shows IT managers command big bonuses

A Computer Weekly survey has shown the scale of remuneration package that IT managers can expect - with bonuses an increasingly important part more ...

Infrastructure as code: What does it mean and why does it matter?

The emergence of software-defined hardware has given rise to the phrase “infrastructure as code” to describe the way these environments are managed more ...

Government enlists startups to develop exporters’ network

The Department for International Trade selects two startups to help it build an artificial intelligence, peer-to-peer knowledge network more ...

BBC opens up about holographic TV trials

Broadcaster reveals how it is attempting to pre-empt the potential change in viewing habits the rise of augmented reality could bring more ...

Interview: British Medical Journal’s CDO talks datacentres, DevOps and desktops

BMJ’s chief digital officer explains how the 170-year-old healthcare publication has negotiated several major digital transformation projects since she joined in 2012 more ...

Investigatory Powers Bill – the case for mass surveillance

As the Investigatory Powers Bill goes through its final stages in Parliament, a former GCHQ intelligence officer puts the case for the bulk surveillance powers contained in the legislation more ...

Openreach responds to Fix Britain’s Internet broadband campaigners

Openreach CEO Clive Selley has criticised rival broadband providers campaigning for the separation of the infrastructure business from its parent, BT, saying they are ignoring important facts more ...

Pizza Hut Hong Kong rips up traditional CRM rule book

IT director of parent company Jardine Restaurant Group has transformed the way Pizza Hut interacts with customers in Hong Kong and plans the same in Myanmar and Vietnam  more ...

Finland’s OP Financial Group outlines digital ambitions

Chief digital officer at financial services group describes how new technology is fundamentally changing the business more ...

Digital Catapult sets up London-wide IoT network

The Digital Catapult is launching a London-wide internet of things network to support digital startups and SMEs as they develop applications and use-cases more ...

Singapore spells out e-payment vision

Singapore outlines its strategy to use electronic payments to improve things for businesses and consumers more ...

Consumers trust banks more than government for biometric security

UK citizens think banks are the best organisations to provide biometric authentication for payments more ...

Surrey and Borders NHS Trust launches IoT trial for dementia patients

A major trial of IoT technology in the homes of vulnerable dementia patients could pave the way for a revolution in how elderly care is delivered in the NHS more ...

Alleged hacker Lauri Love can be extradited to the US, court rules

Westminster Magistrates’ Court has ruled that alleged hacker, Lauri Love, can be extradited to the US, where he could face a 99-year prison sentence more ...

EC overhauls telecoms rules to bolster broadband, 5G

The European Commission is set to make a number of changes to European Union telecoms rules to support ultrafast network connectivity more ...

Lauri Love: the student accused of hacking the US

How did a brilliant but fragile teenager from a rural English town end up facing life imprisonment in the US? Computer Weekly speaks to Lauri Love more ...

UK justice system set for ‘wholesale shift’ to digital

£1bn programme is latest government plan to transform courts with better use of technology more ...

SSP customer pays £6.5m to exit IT platform contract with insurance software firm early

CPPGroup has decided to replace SSP's technology with a platform based on its existing systems, at a cost of more than £6.5m more ...

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