Dear readers, I'd like to ask for your opinion. Let me tell you a story.
In late October, I was approached by a whistleblower in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
This individual, who understandably requested anonymity, claimed that
If there’s one thing you can credit the UK tech sector for, it’s a generally long-term view of the future. In this time of huge Brexit uncertainty, that pragmatism is perhaps the...
Former Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude used to call Liam Maxwell "the man who checks the homework".
First as an advisor to Maude, then
With 90,000 people attending this year, Mobile World Congress has become one of the definitive events on the technology calendar. Nobody is surprised to hear experts saying mobile is...
The government this week touted its success at delivering on a policy objective to put 25% of all purchased spend through SMEs - in 2013/14, that amounted to £11.4bn, slightly...
The IT industry's bruises from fighting the downturn in 2009 are still pretty raw, but as the year approaches its end many will be applying the ointment with a bit more of a smile.
The mood of cautious optimism among IT directors was confirmed by