• London Mayoral candidates go head-to-head on technology policy

    From abolishing tuition fees for STEM subjects to recognising broadband as a “core utility” and using the tech sector to prevent terrorist attacks, the five London mayoral candidates set out their policies for the tech industry

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  • Column: Thwarting the time thieves

    Thieves are operating in the IT industry, stealing the most precious asset in existence - your time. Many of them work in various forms of marketing. Some public relations companies are known to waste time. It's not their fault, they probably assume that everyone's time is billed

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  • IT industry outlook: Comp models, competitor lineup evolve

    CompTIA has released its IT Industry Outlook 2016 report, which discusses a number of channel trends, including the need for vendors to rethink their partner compensation models.

    Lynn Haber3,090 pointsBadges:
  • IT industry fails to break male-only stereotype

    Almost half of young people think the technology sector is more suitable for men

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  • Australia’s tech sector weighs opportunities of Trans-Pacific Partnership

    Australian IT businesses are evaluating the impact of a trade deal between 11 Pacific Rim countries

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  • 2016: a year of stark choices

    Working out just which way the winds will blow in the public sector this year is a topic that Paul Bradbury, group business development director at Civica mulls over

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  • Was Y2K a costly non-event?

    Many expected catastrophe. In reality, the industry coped well and is now in good shape for the future, writes Bill Goodwin

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  • IT salary survey: Highest- and lowest-paying industries

    Our IT salary survey reveals a shakeup in the highest-paying industries, with financial services knocked off its perch on top and health care rising.

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  • IT industry needs people with emotional intelligence, says Network Rail CIO

    As Network Rail’s third ‘Could IT be you?’ competition draws to a close, the company’s CIO explains why the project was launched

    cmcdonald21,235 pointsBadges:
  • Take part in the Computer Weekly Technology Industry Survey 2016

    Share your views in Computer Weekly’s annual Technology Industry Survey, which provides an insight into the trends, challenges and aspirations of today’s IT professionals

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