IT glitch brings rail ticket machines down in the UK


A failure related to a single software and systems supplier meant thousands of commuters in the UK were unable to buy tickets

Insurance industry transformation will mirror travel sector through insurtech


Insurtech is gaining momentum, and companies in the sector of all sizes and ages can learn from startups

Voice biometrics still relatively unheard


Authentication system could help reduce UK fraud by making it hard for fraudsters to glean information from contact centres

Architecting the digital enterprise


A survey of 9,000 IT leaders in 90 countries shows that the fastest-growing areas of demand in IT this year is for enterprise architects. It is not a skills shortage, but an adoption lag

EU’s new digital chief grilled by MEPs, but avoids controversial questions


New commissioner designate for the digital economy and society will be responsible for EU policy across a wide range of technology and telecoms areas

Dubai extends test run for flying taxis


Dubai transport authority RTA extends trials of autonomous flying cars

The human apprentices behind robotic automation


IT apprentices are helping large businesses transform their back-office processes through software robots

GDPR: Five myths you will encounter on your compliance journey


The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in May 2018. We explore common myths surrounding GDPR

Nordic CIO interview: René Engman, Viking Line


Viking Line CIO tells Computer Weekly about his strategy for meeting the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation

Locked in by choice: Why the Italian Defence Department is switching to open source office


The Italian Defence Departnment plans to replace Microsoft Office with an open source equivalent on 100,000 desktops

Hovis boosts job applications after HR tech roll-out


Baker and flour miller expects a quick payback from HR technology project

Abu Dhabi uses surveillance tech to protect Grand Prix


Police use surveillance technology and monitoring software to ensure public safety when Formula One visits the UAE each year

South African game reserve goes digital to save the rhino


Dimension Data and Cisco have teamed up to protect rhinos living on a private game reserve in South Africa with the latest networking and IoT sensor technology

British & Irish Lions engage with fans via cloud platform


Fans of the British & Irish Lions rugby team are being offered more ways to digitally engage with the team while it is on tour in New Zealand

Managed crowdsourcing model: Another ‘made in China’ idea


Chinese suppliers are using managed crowdsourcing to help them provide high-volume services to their customers

Hyper-convergence: the good, the bad and the ugly


Hyper-converged technologies are gaining traction, but what can they do for your organisation

Russia’s startups and corporations hook up at Startup Village


Annual IT event Startup Village in Russia saw blockchain take centre stage and support from the country’s government

North Korean Lazarus botnet linked to WannaCry attack


US-Cert puts out an alert on DeltaCharlie, a distributed denial of service tool from North Korean hacker group Lazarus

Three fined £1.9m over emergency communications failure


Telecoms regulator Ofcom has hit mobile operator Three with a £1.9m fine after a loss of service left customers unable to contact the emergency services

As EU mobile roaming charges end, industry frets over impact


As consumers celebrate the end of mobile roaming charges across the EU, the industry is facing up to the challenges of implementing the new rules
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