'Much of the value from the Internet of Things will come from the data, making Big Data analysis a cornerstone of the success of the Internet of Things and a clear reason for CIOs to be involved'
Sensor hardware has become cheap enough to sell in a pound store, wireless networking technology is robust enough to allow far-flung devices to communicate reliably, and in-memory data handling has made it feasible to process large volumes of information in real time. read more
On your marks... get set... go?
The question is are we ready for growth? It might sound like a strange thing to say but the bunker mentality is actually a hard one to shift once it’s set in. read more
Book review: A Female Genius, How Ada Lovelace, Lord Byron’s daughter started the computer age
In A Female Genius, How Ada Lovelace, Lord Byron’s daughter started the computer age author James Essinger adds a new chapter to his history charting the start up era of the computer. read more
IT professionals face a constant struggle to deliver innovative new applications and platforms and at the same time ensuring core business systems operate flawlessly. To do so with budgets that are barely growing is a greater challenge. Watch this ComputerworldUK webinar where Debenhams IT Executive Peter Craven and Ben Eddy, Lexmark’s senior retail consultant to look at IT innovation, managed print services and business agility.
Intel's IT leader is focused on speeding up product delivery, driving revenue and creating efficiencies
Kimberly Stevenson, a corporate vice president and CIO at Intel, has spent her professional career immersed in technology, working for some of the world's most recognised technology companies. Not surprisingly, she's a vocal champion for IT and how it will transform business and society. read more
A&N Media is part of the Daily Mail and General Trust media company which publishes the tabloid Daily Mail national newspaper as well as regional titles and has a significant interest in the UK’s commercial television sector. read more
Microsoft technology evangelist James Whittaker takes the 2013 CIO Summit audience on a whirlwind tour where 'super apps' - like calendars, email and social networks - are smart enough to understand the intent of their users, a world where users don't have to work so hard to find the information they are looking for and which doesn't send them straight to web looking for answers. read more
These are the key questions facing IT budget holders today. As the technology emerges to move beyond basic server virtualisation toward a fully virtualised, software-defined data centre infrastructure, this webinar aims to help you map out the future.
British Army deputy CIO Alan Hill talks about the transformational challenges of recruiting and leading a digital army that deploys information as a weapon on the battlefield
I’m stood in front of a bank of screens loaded with data as a team of professionals huddle around laptops and to my right a whiteboard depicts the storage area network in use. All of a sudden the sound of an explosion bursts around us, a man dives onto the floor, my sphincter clenches and I no doubt tremble a little; the CIO next to me doesn’t flinch. The screens we are looking at run footage from unmanned aircraft and display advanced 3D maps. The laptops are coated with a veneer of gritty dust while the professionals and the CIO are all in battle fatigues. This really is frontline information technology and Brigadier Alan Hill is the British Army’s deputy CIO. read more
Deputy CIO of the British Army, Brigadier Alan Hill, spoke to CIO about the challenges or recruiting and training a new digital army earlier this year.
Deputy CIO of the British Army, Brigadier Alan Hill, spoke to CIO about the challenges or recruiting and training a new digital army earlier this year. read more
CIO debate, with a spot of dinner, shows the community is willing but there are mobility obstacles throughout
Probably the biggest issue facing CIOs and organisations looking to make their organisations open to mobile working is the cultural change at all business levels this requires. read more
A look at CIO magazine's interviews and profiles this year, and who said what about supplier management?
In a year that saw success stories and calamitous government IT projects, we take a look at the opinions in 2013 about supplier management, vendors and outsourcing. read more