Here we are, it’s 2017, on-demand and pay-as-you-go software is all the rage, cloud is the rising and soon-to-be dominant IT architecture, and yet we’re still talking about...
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 Cabinet Office plan to bring in more SME IT suppliers and reduce dependence on the old
The billions of rubles of government money being invested in the Skolkovo Innovation Centre on the outskirts of Moscow (
We learned today of another government IT fiasco - millions of pounds being wasted at the Ministry of Defence (MoD) on a system for recruiting soldiers and reservists for the...
So we added another paragraph to the eternal tale of government IT woes this week, with the news that the Home office e-Borders programme to secure Britain's...
Compare and contrast the following excerpts from Computer Weekly news stories in the past few days:
27 November: Google is expanding its infrastructure-as-a-service cloud computing platform into Europe and
When will the traditional model of software licensing die? Surely it is only a matter of time.
This week alone, we've seen
This is a Powerpoint slide I've used a lot lately when I've been asked to give talks on the state of IT or "the next big thing", and it usually seems to raise a smile from the audience:
It is becoming clear why so many technology vendors say the cloud is a revolution for IT. It's because it's threatening to be a revolution for them.
Take a look at two very different illustrations of this point this week.
In the private sector, the business services giant