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Computer Weekly interviews more UK and European IT leaders than any other technology publication. The top IT and digital chiefs shared their opinions and experiences of modern IT leadership and transforming business and government through IT innovation.
National Geographic’s chief technology officer talks about the three pillars of its technology change programme and being “radical and innovative”.
The MoJ’s chief digital and information officer is keen on doing his bit to tear down the Whitehall silos and create collaborative, simple and effective digital services for staff and the public.
We speak to the CIO whose CEO recently met with the head of Microsoft to talk about strategy.
Experian’s global CIO has worked to change the company’s IT set-up from a “free for all”, taking a standardised approach to development, infrastructure and platforms.
After more than a year in post, London’s chief digital officer reflects on changes, collaboration between boroughs and developing a smart city.
Addison Lee’s global CIO is building a business strategy and ensuring the transport company has a flexible platform for growth.
Parkinson’s UK’s director of digital transformation and communication oversees both IT and marketing at the charity, making it easier to ensure collaboration.
Ordnance Survey’s innovation director talks about how the mapping agency is embracing new technologies, working on infrastructure for connected cars, and creating a geospatial framework in Manchester.
Embracing change at an institution more than 200 years old can be a sticky wicket, but England and Wales Cricket Board’s head of IT is batting for a digitally enabled future.
Oasis Fashion’s head of digital talks about GDPR preparation, collaboration between digital and IT, and the importance of listening to customers.