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Computer Weekly interviews more UK and European IT leaders than any other publication. The top technology chiefs shared their opinions and experiences of modern IT leadership and transforming business and government through IT innovation.
Their views are valuable not only for fellow CIOs, but also any aspiring IT professional looking to develop their career opportunities.
Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 CIO interviews of the year – click on the headline to read the full interview.
1. CIO interview: Rovio Entertainment's Kalle Alppi believes IT staff should be embedded in business
The CIO at the company behind mobile gaming sensation Angry Birds talks about running global IT with only five permanent staff.
Mike Bracken, the outgoing director of the Government Digital Service, talked exclusively to Computer Weekly about his surprise departure from Whitehall.
The National Trust CIO’s IT strategy is a £40m transformation that represents the biggest change project in the charity's history.
Technology is an essential ingredient to the success of John Lewis, and the retailer is ploughing £100m into IT initiatives in 2015.
Football might be Uefa's core business, but without IT and the cloud that underpins it, the organisation’s commercial activities would not function.
The luxury retailer's IT chief is taking the iconic swinging sixties brand into the digital age.
RSPCA CIO Billie Laidlaw explains how the charity's cloud-first approach to IT procurement benefits the animals in its care.
CABI CIO Andrea Powell says the not-for-profit agri-science data provider aims to solve the world’s agricultural problems with data – structured and unstructured.
Phil Pavitt, the global CIO of Specsavers, has fixed his sights on helping the high-street optician take a great IT leap forward.
IT has always tried to align with the business, but for Klas Bendrik, group CIO at Volvo Cars, it seems business has aligned with IT.