As companies prepare to reopen their offices, a new report says that confusion around flexible working is hitting staff with caring responsibilities.
Automation technologies will augment the human worker, rather than replace, and provide opportunities to redesign legacy processes across government.
The ability to switch off from work must be enshrined in law to ensure it helps - not hinders - employees.
European governments are trying to balance the need for foreign investment in technology innovation with concerns about data and national security.
An AI-powered Digital Command Centre allowed Abu Dhabi's largest oil company to model Covid-19 scenarios and plan for the worst.
John Quinn, technology chief at the UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, on how it delivered a world-beating vaccine approval process despite Brexit and lockdown.
The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of data-driven digital transformation, but it has also exacerbated a trust gap with customers over the use of data.
The impetus to 'build back greener' opens the door for an 'agile' transformation of the aerospace sector, says the UK electric aircraft maker's IT leader.
A new 'elite' visa is among the latest measures to ensure Brexit doesn't stem the influx of technology talent. Will it be enough to fuel the UK's technology ambitions?
"The biggest mistake I could make is to sit back and just 'run IT'." Andrew Quail, director of IT and innovation at SGN, calls on CIO peers to lead decarbonisation efforts.
It is hoped new legislation, which comes into force today, will give rise to an app ecosystem that could disrupt the most expensive healthcare system in the world.