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CONTENT FROM LATEST CW500 EVENT
CW500: Bring your own IT department?
Today, BYO is most commonly followed by D for device, but we also have C for cloud and T for technology.
CW500: No more email? Why companies are turning to collaboration technology & Integrated Media
People waste huge amounts of time travelling to meetings, processing emails and simply trying to track down the right people in their organisations to speak to.
CW500 Security Club: The next threat landscape - what to expect
The Next Threat Landscape: What to Expect was the title of the latest CW500 security event, which brought together IT professionals and IT security experts to discuss the challenges facing organisations today.
CW500: Is the CIO still as important in 2014?
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club kicked off this year's meetings with a look at the challenges CIOs are likely to face in 2014
CW500: Presentation: The BBC’s Unified Communications Strategy
Presentation from last month's CW500 club.
Future Gazing: The Future of IT in 2020
In the past six years, technology has had a dramatic impact on the workplace, and the next six years will likely see the influence of technology accelerate. That will mean radical changes for the role of the IT department and chief information officer (CIO).
CW500: Presentation: Virgin Media’s unified communications strategy
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club attracts the top IT leaders in the UK to talk to their peers about the topical challenges they face. Here, we present the coverage of all 10 of the 2013 CW500 events, including articles and video interviews.
CIO Interview: Ian Turfrey, City & Guilds
City & Guilds is one of the world’s foremost enablers of vocational education. Founded in 1878 by 16 of London’s livery companies, its aim was to ensure a steady flow of skilled professionals into the country’s technical trades.
CIO Interview: John Hinshaw – the man behind HP's IT turnaround plan
John Hinshaw has headed up HP’s technology and shared services since 2011. As its executive vice-president for technology and operations, Hinshaw is the man behind the operational efficiency on which the company’s transformation is built.
CIO interview: Leandro Balbinot, global CIO, HJ Heinz
Despite being a ubiquitous brand worldwide, food production giant HJ Heinz is gearing up to expand its international presence further.
CIO interview: Andrew Marks, Tullow Oil
Andrew Marks on making sure the company’s geophysicists and engineers have speedy, reliable access to the systems and services they require to act quickly when out in the field.
CIO Interview, David Southern, CIO WWF UK
UK CIO of the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF), David Southern, describes a technology refresh at its Woking HQ
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