GSK hires ex-Walmart CIO Karenann Terrell as chief digital officer


Pharmaceutical giant GSK is building out its executive tech team with the appointment of its first chief digital officer

Getting stuck on OpenStack: Overcoming the open source cloud platform's upgrade barriers


Some members of the OpenStack community are finding it a struggle to upgrade to newer versions of the open source cloud operating system. Could customisation be to blame?

CIF gears up to target public sector cloud


Cloud Industry Forum wants to help the UK government achieve its digital strategy, but working with government is still a big challenge for many providers

AA Ireland turns to predictive analytics in fraud crackdown


Roadside assistance company invests in analytics software to fight fraud and introduce dynamic pricing after its split with the AA

UAE hotel upgrades wireless network and internet connectivity


Beach resort completes major project to revamp its wireless infrastructure with TP-Link technologies

Tech disruption forces CEOs to rethink leadership


Headline figures from KPMG’s Outlook 2017 survey of 1500 CEOs shows that 40% expect technology innovation to cause major disruption

What are Amazon Web Services’ Nordic plans?


Amazon Web Services' head in the Nordic tells Computer Weekly about the region's increasing demand and use of the cloud

Daimler and Bosch show off autonomous valet parking


A test of an app-based autonomous valet service is to take place at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart over the next few months

Data management: What does the future hold?


We explore how firms are replacing transactional database management systems with new database architectures

European Commission calls for free flow of data after Brexit


EC digital leader says EU must avoid “data nationalisation” after the UK leaves – but also warns EU states

CaixaBank deploys tablet PCs across retail banking to improve account management


Spanish bank now provides its account managers with a mobile terminal, enabling them to access core account management systems from anywhere

What's behind Google Hire?


Google Hire is the latest move by the internet search giant to expand its reach. We investigate the implications

Destruction of service attacks an existential threat to business, says Cisco


Security threats and attacks against the network are set to become far more destructive, according to Cisco’s mid-year security report

Azure propels Microsoft intelligent cloud earnings


Microsoft's hybrid approach to cloud computing is starting to pay dividends, as the company's Q4 2017 financial results show

Research from Ponemon Institute highlights lack of confidence in public sector IT


IT decision makers in the public sector say they struggle with IT operations, reveals study by the Ponemon Institute

CIO interview: Marc Roberts, CTO, HiyaCar


The CTO at a company that is disrupting the car rental sector tells Computer Weekly about some of his major projects

Bank to help youngsters manage money through video blogs


Halifax is working with young vloggers to educate children on money management

Government confirms tech experts advising on digital economy


Experts from across UK technology sector will help government implement digital economy policies

Lords to probe ethics of artificial intelligence


The House of Lords Select Committee on artificial intelligence has issued a call for evidence as it looks into the ethical, social and economic impact of the technology

TSB to introduce iris scan authentication in September 2017


TSB customers will soon be able to access their mobile bank accounts through iris scanning, which is regarded as the most secure biometric authentication available
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