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  • UKtech50: Mark Thompson, Digital and IT Director, TUI Travel

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Mark Thompson, TUI Travel, discussed three simple steps to building a digital framework to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Julie Pierce, CIO, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Julie Pierce, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, discussed facilitating collaboration to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • Huddle and the office of the future

    Computer Weekly talks to Huddle CEO Alastair Mitchell on the office of the future

  • Huddle's CEO on startups and immigration

    In this Computer Weekly video, Caroline Baldwin asks CEO of Huddle, Alastair Mitchell what the UK government can do to overcome immigration blockades faced by startups

  • UKtech50: Liam Maxwell, CTO, HM Government

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Liam Maxwell, HM Government, discussed building a digital government around user needs to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Ian Campbell, Board Advisor, Value Retail

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Ian Campbell, Value Retail, discussed whether CEOs are from Mars and CIOs are from Venus to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Ian Cohen, Group CIO, Jardine Lloyd Thompson

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event Ian Cohen, Jardine Lloyd Thompson, discussed fostering the next-generation of IT talent to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: David Cooper, CIO, British Gas

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, David Cooper, CIO, British Gas, discussed transformation through innovation to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Peter Ransom, CIO, Oxfam

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Peter Ransom, CIO, Oxfam discussed how to make shared services work globally to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Denise McDonagh, CTO, Home Office

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Denise McDonagh, CTO, Home Office discussed shaping the cloud to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Stuart Birrell, CIO, McLaren

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Stuart Birrell, CIO, McLaren discussed creating real partnerships to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: David Matthewman, CIO, The Open University

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, David Matthewman, CIO, The Open University discussed innovtion in business which often didn't focus entirely on technoloyg, to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: John Bovill, CIO, Monsoon Accessorize

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, John Bovill, CIO, Monsoon Accessorize discussed how to implement low-budget innovation to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Jagpal Jheeta, Marks & Spencer

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Jagpal Jheeta, M&S discussed IT innovation in a multi-channel retail world to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • How will your relationship with your colleagues change?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick hosted a panel debate on the future of IT leadership at the recent Azzurri Connect user conference in London.

  • What advice would you give to an aspiring CIO?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick hosted a panel debate on the future of IT leadership at the recent Azzurri Connect user conference in London.

  • What technology trends will change your role the most?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick hosted a panel debate on the future of IT leadership at the recent Azzurri Connect user conference in London.

  • How does your organisation manage mobile IT consumerisation?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick hosted a panel debate on the future of IT leadership at the recent Azzurri Connect user conference in London.

  • How do you see the role of the IT leader changing?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick hosted a panel debate on the future of IT leadership at the recent Azzurri Connect user conference in London.

  • Technology Industry Survey 2014

    Computer Weekly’s Bill Goodwin discusses some of the survey’s surprising findings with Mortimer Spink’s Harry Gooding and Austin Jepsen.

  • Steve Furber discusses how to use one million ARM chips

    Steve Furber, the ICL professor of Computer Engineering at the School of Computer Science, University of Manchester, discusses education and brain research

  • CW500: Andrew Drazin, partner at executive recruitment firm Theron

    In this CW500 Club video, Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick talks to Andrew Drazin about the likely challenges for CIOs in 2020, and the key leadership, skills and technology trends they should be thinking about.

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