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Author: Sooraj Shah Source: Computing | 20 Oct 2015 Categories: Security | Careers and Skills Tags: Cyber security | Infosec | Government | Harvey nash | Salaries | Stott and may | Ciso It’s official – organisations are taking more notice of cyber security; upping their investment in the… Read More »

Why the private sector is poaching cyber security experts from the public sector

Recent high profile data breaches including Sony Pictures, Ashley Madison, and JP Morgan, which led to huge financial loss, claimed the heads of senior executives, damaged the public standing of these companies, and has ultimately elevated cyber security to the top of the boardroom agenda. The result is an increased demand for cyber security expertise, which is in short supply. ... Read More »

Negotiation and contractual skills most important when managing outsourced data centres and cloud services

Why Aggregate Industries dropped ‘inflexible, not easy to use’ IBM Cognos for Qlik business intelligence Read More »

IT still doesn’t understand its role in society

Computing magazine always used to be about the technology. I always thoroughly enjoyed the technical articles, but often felt that this did not connect well with the issues that I grappled with as an IT leader – whether as a programme manager, as an IT account manager, or more recently as a CIO and CDO. It struck me, when I ... Read More »

Connecting to AWS and Azure is tricky and requires new skills, says local authority IT chief

The biggest obstacles in using popular public cloud products Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure are in connecting the services to the organisation, and the need for new skills, according to the head of technology and change delivery at the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Rocco Labellarte. “When you talk to Amazon and Microsoft and any providers of ... Read More »

Machines, not people, will make business decisions, says GfK head of data and science

Artificially intelligent machines will make the majority of marketing decisions in future, because machine learning will enable them to decide which adverts to offer people in seconds. That’s what Norbert Wirth, global head of data and science at global marketing and research firm GfK, told Computing at the Yandex Data Factory Machine Learning and Big Data: Business Challenges conference in ... Read More »

Government’s deputy CTO Magnus Falk is latest to leave GDS

The government’s deputy CTO, Magnus Falk, is the latest to leave Whitehall, as the exodus since former Government Digital Service (GDS) chief Mike Bracken’s departure sees no sign of letting up. “Magnus joined GDS on a fixed term assignment to work with Government’s Technology Leaders and now he has decided it is the right time to leave,” a Cabinet Office ... Read More »

Companies in IT sector ignorant of today’s national minimum wage rise and risk £20k fine, says BIS

The top 10 cultural changes to be wary of when migrating to the cloud Read More »

Virgin Atlantic appoints Don Langford as new CIO

Microsoft Azure CTO: Hybrid cloud is here to stay, and that’s what Azure offers over AWS Read More »

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