I am Computer Weekly's services editor. My main focus areas for stories are financial services and outsourcing.
Typically for financial services I write about how the retail and investment banks are harnessing technology and how systems can be used to help companies meet regulations such as Basel II and the Markets in Financial instruments Directive (MiFID).
Outsourcing is relevant across all business and technology sector and focuses on the strategic
and cost cutting benefits associated with outsourcing IT.
Topical issues include the insourcing versus outsourcing debate and whether it is better to off-shore, near-shore or on-shore your outsourced technology.
Contributions from Karl Flinders
- IBM 2012 profits rise 5% in face of falling sales
- BPO up, IT outsourcing down
- Payments Council to make mobile payments mainstream
- Charities struggle to raise pro bono IT support
- UK will be 33,300 short of IT workers by 2050
- Indian IT giant TCS to transform Nokia’s internal IT
- European bank transformations optimistic or unrealistic
- Post Office to get to bottom of system allegations
- Direct Line begins IT separation from RBS
- Post Office announces amnesty for Horizon evidence
- Former Lloyds executive cries foul over IT whistle blow
- Infosys surprises market with solid results
- Mobile banking drives app development innovation
- Cloud erodes global IT services value
- Barclays' Linux programme not a snub to suppliers
- Commission calls for electrified banking ring fence
- Business intelligence spending to double by 2016
- Rochdale Develoment agency uses Huddle
- Immigrants wrongly told to leave UK
- Gartner ups its IT spending growth prediction