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  • IT on the London Underground: Podcast interview with Adrian Davey of Tube Lines

    Podcast interview with Adrian Davey of Tube Lines on the IT that keeps the London Underground running, including an innovative new project, SmartStep, which aims to improve maintenance of escalators.

  • Carbon footprint top cause for datacenter moves

    Paul Hammond, Managing Director of GlassHouse Technologies in the UK discusses the increase in datacenter migrations in Britain driven by the need to reduce power consumption.

  • Flexible Working Podcast

    Boundaries within and between enterprises are steadily disappearing. Listen to this podcast to find out flexible working could work for your company.

  • Unified communications with Nortel CTO John Roese

    Nortel CTO John Roese talks to Computer Weekly's deputy technology editor, John-Paul Kamath, about unified communications and making the leap from network manager to CTO.

  • Virtualisation Podcast

    Expectations for change are high, and ICT services need to be extremely quick off the mark to meet them. We need to be able to mix and match services, in real time, to serve up the right resources in all the right places, at the right time, in this dynamic and volatile business environment.

  • Measuring the benefits from green computing

    It would seem that all leading firms in the IT arena are clamouring right now to establish their green and environmentally friendly credentials to today’s and tomorrow’s’ purchasers of essential IT such as servers and other devices that go into datacentres.

  • Construction Opportunities for Mobile IT

    Computer Weekly’s Warwick Ashford speaks to Comit’s strategic alliance manager and former chairman, Neill Pawsey, about the organisation’s history, role and projects past, present and future.

  • Corporate and Social Responsibility Podcast

    Investment in new technology continues apace. Yet despite these pressures to invest, it is possible to use IT efficiently, and to take an environmentally-balanced approach. Listen to this podcast to find out more about the importance of responsibility in today’s complex business environment.

  • James Gosling, father of Java, discusses the challenges ahead

    Cliff Saran speaks to James Gosling, father of Java and chief technology officer at Sun Microsystems.

  • Insecure software: Whose fault is it anyway?

    Phil Cracknell, president of the Internet Security Systems Association (ISSA), speaks frankly to Cliff Saran about the challenges in creating applications that balance new functionality with tight security.

  • The expert view on BPM

    Cliff Saran speaks to three experts in Business Process Management (BPM)

  • Is the UK falling behind in the skills race?

    There is growing concern that the UK is falling behind in the skills race, which could mean we do not have people with the right skills for the UK to compete effectively in the 21st century knowledge economy.

  • Alexa Bona: virtualisation - the hidden licence costs

    In the past applications were run on their own dedicated server hardware. More applications meant more servers. Virtualisation reduces server sprawl, as IT departments can consolidate several applications on a singe box.

  • Five reasons IT outsourcing fails

    Almost 50% of IT outsourcing projects fail. In this interview Cliff Saran speaks to Paul Michaels, senior consultant at Metri Measurement Consulting

  • Future trends in software development: interview with Dr Graham Spittle of IBM's Hursley labs

    Technology reporter JP Kamath talks software development with IBM’s director at the Hursley laboratory , Dr Graham Spittle.

  • CIO priorities: IT's role in the airport business

    In this interview Martin Smith, director of group technology and innovation at Manchester Airports Group, discusses how his IT strategy is aligned to business needs. The airport plays a critical role in the prosperity of the North West of the UK.

  • The true cost of IT security

    In this interview, Cliff Saran speaks to Martin Sadler, director of HP's Trusted Systems Lab, about how much should we be expected to spend and how much security is enough. Hackers are getting smarter, and Martin believes newly trained IT professionals are ill-equipped to deal with the sophisticated nature of modern attacks because of limitations in the current way IT security is taught.

  • CIO priorities: How IT helps Skanska tackle complexity, environmental and safety issues

    As in any successful business, Swedish construction company Skanska needs to balance quality with the need to maintain profitability. At the same time, Skanska is addressing environmental issues and becoming safety conscious.

  • Wan optimisation: Pfizer rolls out multinational pilot

    In this podcast Ron Rapp, associate director in Pfizer's worldwide technology engineering division, discusses the approach Pfizer has taken to Wan optimisation, with Cliff Saran of Computer Weekly.

  • The business benefits of carrier independent datacentre outsourcing

    Today’s IT departments are under pressure as never before in order to cope with a data explosion.

  • Maximising the benefits from CRM

    There are many benefits that CRM can bring to a company. CRM by definition improves business relationships, bolsters customer service and strengthens marketing campaigns which in turn improves an organisation's sales.

  • Datacentre kit to be given Energy Star green rating

    The US Environment Protection Agency is developing a standard for its Energy Star programme to provide IT directors with a green rating for datacentre technology.

  • Expert gives SOA lowdown on Computer Weekly podcast

    Andy Mulholland, global chief technology officer of consultancy company Capgemini, believes service oriented architecture has a key role to play in the next generation of the web.

  • Making the business benefits of security technology reap rewards

    The need for all firms to have an effective, robust and flexible IT security strategy is as important as it ever was. Yet there exists a train of thought that security is a business hygiene factor; that firms simply have to invest in security. However, strategic investment in security technology can actually act as an agent of change for the business.

  • Podcast: Mobile device threats are real, white-hat hacker says

    Learn how easy it is for a hacker to gain access to a mobile device, whether employees are aware of security for their devices and why Bluetooth headsets should be turned off.

  • Podcast: Tor peer-to-peer privacy could be hacked

    In this edition of Security Wire Weekly, Andrew Christensen of FortConsult explains how the Tor peer-to-peer network can be hacked to track down user identities.

  • Podcast: The state of Oracle security

    In this edition of Security Wire Weekly, Oracle DBA Jon Emmons gives his observations about Oracle's new critical patch update format.