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Businesses failing to get the most out of automation due to lack of planning

Why data regulation is good regulation Data protection, transfer and security have always been hot-button topics for IT strategists, but they have come into sharp focus in recent months as political wrangles over data governance have intensified between Europe, the US and the UK. Download to find out what’s going on, how prepared IT strategists are, and how they got ... Read More »

What sort of skills does your company need in a world of democratised data?

What sort of skills does your company need in a world of democratised data? If there’s one thing that’s becoming prevalent in big data and analytics now that organisations are finally finding their feet with the so-called ‘big data revolution’, it’s the democratisation of analytics. Related articles It’s a trend Computing has witnessed more than ever recently, whether looking into ... Read More »

Nottingham Trent University looking to hire a digital chief

Automation without alienation – how to create an efficient and happy organisation This web seminar our expert panellists will discuss which IT and business processes can and really should be automated, and how to go about this in practice, while taking people with you. After all, the best organisations to work for combine willingness to make the most of technological ... Read More »

From the agile business to the agile CIO

Automation without alienation – how to create an efficient and happy organisation This web seminar our expert panellists will discuss which IT and business processes can and really should be automated, and how to go about this in practice, while taking people with you. After all, the best organisations to work for combine willingness to make the most of technological ... Read More »

Scottish government on the hunt for senior digital talent including a CDO

The Scottish government is inviting applications for three new senior digital roles, including a chief digital officer (CDO) for social services. The government said that the new roles will provide a “unique opportunity to have a direct influence on the new powers introduced under the Scotland Act 2016”. Related articles It added that this “was set to be a high-profile ... Read More »

Struggling to recruit data scientists? Look to sociology and economics grads

Organisations struggling to find data scientists should look at sociology and economics graduates. That’s the opinion of Mark Ridley, CIO of recruitment website reed.co.uk. Related articles “Today data science is a huge need,” Ridley told Computing recently. “And we’ve been trying to understand how to deal with the lack of data scientists, but actually you’ve got a huge number of ... Read More »

What does the future hold for big data?

The data demands of DevOps With consumers demanding more capability from ecommerce and mobile, software developers face a challenge to respond. The DevOps movement has made strides to tackle these issues, but how can it continue to support delivery at the speed required, without compromising on quality? Download Read More »

Digital strategies must be able to adapt to changes in cloud services

CIOs moving IT infrastructure to the cloud need to have a strategy that takes into account how cloud services evolve over time. Organisations large and small pursuing a doctrine of digital transformation need to accept that cloud service providers have their own business models that can directly affect the business operations of their customers. Related articles Dr Will Venters (pictured), assistant ... Read More »

Daily Mail in Yahoo takeover talks

Yahoo may soon find itself acquired by Daily Mail publisher DMGT (Daily Mail and General Trust), which has confirmed it is in talks with private equity firms to snap up the once-great internet giant. DMGT is looking to bolster its operations in the US in light of its acquisition of “The Voice of Generation Y” Elite Daily last year and ... Read More »

Virgin Active expands IT function with 12 new roles

Virgin Active is expanding its London head office IT function with the addition of 12 new roles across a range of positions. The move by the global gym chain reflects the growing emphasis on technology at Virgin Active and across the fitness sector generally.  Related articles “The fitness space is a very exciting space to be in right now. The ... Read More »

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