chief information officer (CIO)
IT Pro Panel: How CIOs got their first breaks in IT
It may seem like a simple pathway from the outside, but a CIO's first taste of IT comes in many different forms
Why CIOs should encourage staff to network with their peers
Networking can benefit IT teams beyond simply 'levelling up'
Careers & training
What does professional development look like for CIOs?
Just because you've reached the top doesn't mean there's nothing left to learn
Atkins CDO talks AI and partner relations
Cross: Oracle and IBM are strategic partners now, AI will be used in designing stages
Norfolk County Council beefs up cyber security
Geoff Connell says council is now ‘better prepared’ to stop data breaches after ICO audit
CLA's CIO Adam Sewell details cloud plans
Cloud has brought issues with contracts, terminology and skills, says Sewell
Morningstar's James Rhodes on the CDO role, big data analy
Rhodes says the CDO role is more about the business and less about the technology
Ed Garcez working on better data use and recruiting fresh ta
Garcez says local government has failed to attract younger candidates to take up roles in councils
Essex County Council has smart plans
CIO David Wilde explains the Smart Essex strategy and makes a plea to GDS
Save the Children UK CIO to make use of blockchain
Karl Hoods explains how Adobe, agile and DevOps are helping the firm to digitally transform
The future of facial recognition: more than meets the eye
Facial recognition could be used for more than authentication; it could save lives, and increase profits
Do all businesses need a CIO?
Companies come in various sizes, from various sectors, but do they all need an IT leader?
TfL to track Wi-Fi connections of tube passengers
TfL could increase revenues by showing advertisers where biggest footfall is within stations
HPE launches solar-powered supercomputer Hikari to cure Zika
Nearly a third of total power used by supercomputer supplied by renewable energy sources
NHS ‘shouldn’t assume that digital will lead to saving'
Wearables, smartphone apps and online access to records could be ‘double-edged swords’
Local councils urged to use data better
Commons select committee concerned about DCLG’s complacency about risks to finances and tax payers
The CIO-CEO relationship: What’s changed?
CIOs aren’t disappearing, they’re becoming more important to CEOs than ever before
Gartner: CDOs are plotting a course to become CEO
CDOs are pioneering a new organisational function alongside IT, HR and finance
Some CIOs fear they will lose their jobs to AIs
Automation could replace half of tech jobs in 10 years, workers predict
PwC gamifies cybersecurity with digital card game
The game has already been used by some of the UK’s biggest businesses, claims PwC
Cisco customers targeted using leaked NSA hacking tools
Networking giant says there isn’t a workaround for the issue
Network & Internet
Digital Catapult launches free-to-use IoT network for SMEs
Organisation claims network could help to make delivery drones a reality
Server & storage
Seagate sued by employees after phishing scam
Employee sent staff's personal details to criminal purporting to be CEO
Harrow Council joins forces with IBM Watson
The 10-year deal is the first non-US use of Watson Care Manager
Government ‘not cool enough’ for best cybersecurity talent
Recruiter says best white hat hackers see gov as a "monolithic monster"