The CW500 Club from Computer Weekly is a private members' club for senior IT professionals and
leading industry figures. Membership is by invitation only and allows access to premium content for
IT leaders and a monthly networking event held at the:
Charing Cross Hotel
Charing Cross Station
The Strand, London
For details of forthcoming CW500 events, visit our CW500 event site, where you'll find full speaker information, agenda and notifications of future CW500 meetings.
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CONTENT FROM LATEST CW500 EVENT
CW500: Why Channel 4 is crunching big data
Bob Harris, Channel 4's chief technology officer, charts the broadcaster's technology strategy to use big data to form closer links with viewers.
CW500: 4G to underpin ubiquitous mobile services
The catalyst for debate at April’s CW500 Club meeting was the arrival of the 4G mobile network in the UK.
CW500: Forget the fancy graphics: how to make big data work for ordinary people
If there is one thing big data specialist Chris Osborne has learned after five years of working with big data.
CW500 in the City
IT leaders in financial services face a unique set of challenges. The web and mobile technologies are changing the face of sectors such as retail banking and insurance and the complexity of legacy IT systems remains a major consideration
CW500: Building effective shared services
Read a summary of the discussion at this CW500 event, watch video interviews with the speakers, and download a copy of the presentation slides.
CW500 in the City: IT innovation in financial services
Finance firms need to overcome their fears of regulation if they are to innovate and IT must be ready to support them when they do, according to IT leaders from the financial services sector who met at Computer Weekly’s inaugural CW500.
CW500: Thinking outside the big storage box
Done well, big data offers businesses the chance to gain a competitive edge by understanding their customers and staying ahead of market trends. But managing and storing huge volumes of data requires careful planning.
CW500 Club in 2012
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club attracts the top IT leaders in the UK to talk to their peers about the topical challenges they face.
CIO interview: Christophe Lemaire, CIO Eurostar
Eurostar CIO Christophe Lemaire oversaw the launch of the company’s new website, the cornerstone of Eurostar’s new IT architecture.
CIO Interview: Graeme Hackland, CIO, Lotus F1 Team
Graeme Hackland, CIO of Lotus F1, has worked for the race car team for 16 years. He has seen major changes in IT both on and off the track.
CIO interview: Mark Hall, HMRC CIO
Mark Hall took the reins from HMRC’s larger-than-life former CIO Phil Pavitt at the end of last year. He talks about plans to be fully digital.
CIO interview: David Matthewman, CIO, Open University
Three years after joining the Open University, CIO David Matthewman continues to push a strategic programme to deliver value and innovation.
interview: Paul Freemantle, IT director, Arqiva
As the delivery of internet content to televisions becomes standard, the IT strategy at broadcast infrastructure provider Arqiva is focused on helping meet corporate client needs and customer demands for emerging models.
CIO interview: Hervé Coureil, global CIO, Schneider Electric
A 20-year veteran at energy management firm Schneider Electric, Hervé Coureil became CIO five years ago, crossing disciplines from finance.
Next CW500 Club event
is it worth outsourcing any more?
26th June 2013
Bryan Glick, Editor-in-Chief, Computer Weekly
Andy Simmonds, Head of IS Service Delivery, Eurostar
Steve Briggs, head of IT sourcing strategy at The Co-operative Group
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