Madeline Bennett speaks to Reading University, which is allowing academics to get access to self-service compute power, based on Nutanix.
AI will change the nature of work in the future, wiping out millions of jobs. How can we ensure that the benefits are achieved fairly?
Job security, a visit from Klaus Schwab and not a killer robot in sight - but can AI overcome its image problem with the public?
Whilst spend through the Digital Marketplace has surpassed £2bn, buyers still find the frameworks inflexible and unhelpful for certain projects.
Baroness Mone might be best known for starting up underwear brand Ultimo, but she is now much more interested in the potential of the tech sector than fancy lingerie.
This is amid an overall decrease in number of tech exams taken and against a backdrop of the UK needing to plug a STEM skills shortage.
We catch up with Workday’s first IT chief, Diana McKenzie, to hear her advice for progressing in tech. The key being to focus on the product.
Social conditioning is the cause of the gender imbalance, not biological differences. Madeline Bennett argues her case against the Google memo.
How to inspire young people to pursue an IT career, and the best routes in. Focus on creativity, diversity and the impact you can make on society.
Hospitals around the UK are using data and artificial intelligence to improve the patient experience and relieve pressures on the NHS.
2012 Olympics got transport organization off the starting blocks and it is now working with a company called Preservica to store its digital records.
Some top tips from CDOs from major organizations on getting the best from data and how to translate it into commercial gains.
The UK grocery chain plans to use analytics to grow tastier lettuce and produce better milk.