Tariq Khan talks about his unconventional path to public sector technology leadership and the value of social purpose in work
The future of work will determine organisations' success or failure, panellists at a recent Tech Monitor roundtable argued, and technology leaders are increasingly concerned with the impact of tech on workers.
Both patients and practitioners have been satisfied with the experience of telehealth during lockdown. Now, investors are piling in
Cloud-based precision medicine platform gives healthcare providers access to clinical data and the AI capabilities to use it.
Tech Monitor survey of over 600 technology leaders, supported by Hexaware Technologies, reveals current and future priorities across region and sector.
New tech-savvy start-ups aim to exploit shifts in consumer behaviour from Covid-19 to disrupt the broadband market.
Essential during the coronavirus pandemic, online trials could now help court systems around the world address their lengthy backlogs.
Businesses seeking to implement a net-zero cloud strategy must choose their provider carefully, as approaches to carbon emissions vary.
The UK public sector's three most senior technology leaders outlined their ambitions for digital transformation – and two new vacancies.
Five years since launch, the UK's Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework has helped to transform government but the Cabinet Office must reignite growth in the wider public sector, writes guest author Rob Anderson.
A study of UK job adverts suggests that employers are not looking to CIOs to lead digital transformation, writes guest author David Harding. Why not?
A new credit card issuing service, the first of its kind in Europe, is part of Stripe's strategy to take on the big banks.
The insurance industry is a digital laggard, but a UK government scheme for financial services could extend cooperation between major insurers and tech start-ups