When a positive Covid-19 test prevented the England cricket team from playing, a low-code application helped the England and Wales Cricket Board select a new squad in a matter of hours.
Gina Gill, interim chief digital and information officer at the MoJ, says Covid-19 has renewed appetite for digitisation but shifting to new ways of working is vital.
The PC market is booming as CIOs refresh desktop estates for laptops and notebooks to support hybrid working, and Dell is cashing in.
Former British Airways and John Lewis Partnership CIO Paul Coby pushes sustainability agenda while digesting 'Technology Leaders Agenda 2021' research report.
After being called out for failing to replace outdated technology, the Home Office is hiring for a string of senior digital roles to help update systems including the 47-year-old Police National Computer.
Mission statements can be meaningless but a well-crafted vision can empower CIOs and CTOs to give their technology teams purpose.
Uber has long been a poster child of 'digital disruption', but with cumulative losses of $25bn since 2016 alone, is its model relevant to organisations not chasing growth at all costs?
Lord Bethell's use of private email and texts to conduct government business raises questions about cyber awareness as well as public scrutiny.
Green technology initiatives are predominantly focused on the energy efficiency of IT infrastructure, but what more can CIOs, CTOs and technology leaders be doing for their organisations?
Aftab Taylor, CIO - Geographies for the global property management provider, says moving to product-centric teams is helping radiate data and tech skills outside of the technology function.
Three UK CIO Belinda Finch and IT delivery coordinator Zane Elmasri joined Tech Monitor Live to discuss business-led technology transformation and how it impacts the role of IT.