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Computer Weekly interviews more UK, European and Middle East IT leaders than any other technology publication. The top tech and digital chiefs shared their opinions and experiences of modern IT leadership and transforming business, the public sector, sport and charities through IT innovation.
The UK’s national rail operator will enhance its multimillion-pound IT strategy with a sharper focus on areas including mobile, data and cultural change for digital transformation.
Brought in after a major IT disaster in 2017, the CIO is now introducing technologies to speed up emergency response times and get key patient data back to doctors before arrival at A&E.
The aerospace engine manufacturer is at the leading edge of technology developments such as electric power, and already makes extensive use of advanced IT systems such as AI.
The IT chief at the world-leading Formula 1 team is focused on using technology to support and deliver marginal gains in performance for the team’s drivers.
Jo Broomfield is in charge of building and implementing the core systems supporting the department most affected by Brexit. He talked exclusively to Computer Weekly about the present and future of a new function of hundreds of staff.
Brought in after a catastrophic IT failure that affected 6.5 million customers, the IT chief at Royal Bank of Scotland Group says the bank is now a leader in innovation.
After 15 years leading technology in Leeds, Dylan Roberts is building a digital ecosystem for the entire region, even looking at how digital services can help extend life expectancy for local people.
The Met Office’s CIO is working on a new, digital approach, using supercomputers, establishing pioneering partnerships and creating change.
Although self-confessed as “not the most passionate football fan”, the FA’s IT chief is helping to transform administration of the sport through technology.
The British Heart Foundation has set itself the lofty goal of eradicating the fear of developing heart and circulatory disease by 2030, with the help of cloud, big data and personalisation technologies.
Yasmeen Al Sharaf heads up financial technology strategy at Bahrain’s central bank, which is on a mission to grow and diversify the sector in the Middle East island state.