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  • Women in IT: Lesley Cowley, Nominet

    Recent Nominet research showed that there remain common misapprehensions which put off young people, particularly girls, from pursuing a career in IT.

  • Women in IT: Jacqueline de Rojas, CA Technologies

    Successful individuals in today’s IT landscape need to have two key watchwords ‘Brand’ and ‘Innovation’. Everyone thinks about what makes successful company brands – ethos, customer experience, reputation – but I believe that people should apply the same thinking to their own ‘personal brand’.

  • Women in IT: Maggie Berry, WEConnect International

    There are thouands of women in the UK with STEM qualifications and/or experience of working in technology but after taking time out to have a family - maybe having many years away from the IT industry—they struggle to return to work in the sector.

  • Video interview: Joanna Shields, CEO, Tech City

    “If I was a CIO right now, I’d be looking at small businesses in Britain,” says Shields.

  • Video interview: Get ready to decentralise the CIO

    As technology becomes more embedded in business the IT function could become decentralised

  • Yva Thakurdas on the IT skills crisis

    The health of UK economy is at risk because of acute shortages of skilled IT professionals, says Yva Thakurdas, a C-level executive and consultant, in this video presentation.

  • CW500: Jitender Arora, GE Capital Europe

    In this CW 500 Security Club video, Jitender Arora, GE Capital Europe talks about how big data, analytics and information security come together.

  • CW500: Stephen Gailey, Splunk

    In this CW 500 Security Club video, Stephen Gailey, Splunk talks to Computer Weekly security editor Warwick Ashford about how big data, analytics and information security come together.

  • CW500: Stuart Wright, SEGA Europe

    In this CW500 Club video, Stuart Wright, SEGA Europe talks about IT sourcing, the relative merits of cloud and outsourcing, and how be successful whichever you choose.

  • CW500: Steve Briggs, Co-operative Group

    In this CW500 Club video, Steve Briggs, Co-operative Group about IT sourcing, the relative merits of cloud and outsourcing, and how be successful whichever you choose.

  • CW500: Mike Proudlock, Tate

    Mike Proudlock, Tate, talks to Computer Weekly about IT sourcing, the relative merits of cloud and outsourcing, and how be successful whichever you choose.

  • Video: Håkan Borglund, CIO, Toyota Material Handling Europe

    In this video, Computer Weekly’s Brian McKenna interviews Håkan Borglund, CIO, Toyota Materials Handling Europe

  • Interview with Tibco CTO Matt Quinn on event stream analytics

    Big data analysis concerns finding hidden unknowns in a large data set. Tibco is applies big data techniques to event processing

  • Video: challenges of strategic outsourcing

    In this video, Computer Weekly’s Cliff Saran speaks to Navin Anand, executive consultant at ImprovIT about where outsourcing is heading

  • Video review: HP Pavilion Chromebook

    The Pavilion Chromebook is HP's cheapest full-sized laptop. Computer Weekly gives it a test drive

  • CW500: Chris Osborne, AlertMe.com

    In this CW500 Club video, AlertMe.com's Chris Osborne talks to Computer Weekly about the realities of turning big data into business benefits.

  • CW500: Bob Harris, Channel 4

    In this CW500 Club video, Bob Harris, Channel 4 talks to Computer Weekly about the realities of turning big data into business benefits.

  • Video interview: Kim Stevenson, CIO, Intel

    Kim Stevenson is the CIO of Intel, leads a team of over 6,000 IT staff globally and is responsible for the company-wide use of IT

  • Video review: Microsoft Surface Pro

    Surface Pro is an important step for Microsoft as it continues along the path set by CEO Steve Balmer to offer both software and hardware

  • CW500: Simon Townsend, AppSense

    In this CW500 Club video, Simon Townsend, AppSense, talks to Bryan Glick about the challenges of mobile and the opportunities from 4G.

  • CW500 in the City

    The web and mobile technologies are changing the face of sectors such as retail banking and insurance. This video asks why innovating with IT is an increasingly critical factor for success in the sector?

  • CW500: Katie Lips, Aimia

    Katie Lips, head of digital strategy & innovation at Aimia, Computer Weekly about the business opportunities from 4G-based mobility.

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