Autoglass parent Belron has moved its UK business to a completely mobile operation, reveals CIO Nick Burton
Belron Head of IT Nick Burton discusses R&D, the mobile shift, journey mapping and the customer experience at Autoglass in a CIO profile… read more
How to create a Master Services Agreement without drowning in a new type of contractual complexity?
The key concern when contracting for multiple affiliates across a wide corporate hierarchy is typically to balance the need for… read more
Specsavers see its IT Director leave for goggle box world of television
Channel 4 has appointed Charlotte Light as Controller of Systems Delivery, a role which replaces CIO in the broadcaster's organisational… read more
The industry is seeing an increasing use of cloud and virtualisation to enable better ways of working as part of digital transformation. But what are the security risks, and how can these be managed?
2012 golden team line up for CIO 100 2016 judging role
CIO 100 leaders Trevor Didcock and Myron Hrycyk join the CIO 100 panel of experts for the 2016 CIO 100, which is about to begin. read more
Ambulance organiser, not ambulance chaser needed by UK’s largest trust
The London Ambulance Service is looking for a CIO. Britain’s busiest emergency ambulance service is working with recruitment specialists… read more
British and Italian Stock Exchange owner retains joined CIO and COO roles
London Stock Exchange Group, the holding company that owns and operates both the London and Italian stock exchanges and financial… read more
Mobile technology has matured and is delivering innovation and ROI to organisations that are embracing it correctly. Three ingredients for a successful mobile strategy are an integrated approach, a powerful mobile platform and a good service provider.
The real challenge is not technology - but to move from a bureaucracy-centric culture to a service-oriented one
The real challenge in government has never been the technology, writes Jerry Fishenden, but how to move successfully from a… read more
From the Ministry of Defence and Goldman Sachs to the Daily Telegraph and NHS, here are 13 CIOs commenting on the use and benefits of adopting open source for business
Open source enterprise use cases are on the rise - here CIO UK presents 13 CIOs, from the Ministry of Defence and Goldman Sachs to the… read more
IT director at Genting UK Chris Ashworth growing the bottom line by focusing on the customer experience
Genting UK IT director Chris Ashworth believes offering a great customer experience in casinos and online is crucial to increasing the… read more
Learn fast - an alternative for CIOs to the trendy 'fail fast' approach
Developing a culture, processes and systems that are consistent with learning fast is a key step in preparing a business for the… read more