IT governance

IT governance News

Reddit handed over user info for 58% of government requests

Reddit's first "transparency report," tells users how the social network handles subpoenas for information on users read more »

Government consults on bank data-sharing plans

Open data will support fintech startup community, says minister read more »

Labour: next government will be most digital ever

Party says proposals on digital inclusion, data ethics and civil service skills set to appear in manifesto in April read more »

IT staff bearing brunt of EU General Data Protection Regulation planning

Whose problem? read more »

New Chrome extension spots unencrypted tracking

TrackerSSL is aimed at alerting websites of insecure tracking via Twitter read more »

ICO to work with Ofcom to attempt to regulate the Internet of Things

Ofcom will work with ICO to regulate the Internet of Things read more »

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IT governance Blogs

TTIP Update XLIX

New leaks show how transatlantic regulatory bodies will undermine EU and national sovereignty read more »

Digital Democracy? - Yes, Please; but Not Online Voting

Commission's ideas are good - bar one read more »

It's Windows *10*, Because It's 10 Years Behind Open Source

And aeons behind in security, trust and privacy read more »

UK and US plan cyber games - really?

Headline-grabbing perhaps but short on substance read more »

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Innovation, productivity, agility and profit

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Windows 8

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Securing the Enterprise

 Join ComputerworldUK's editor in chief, Mike Simons, and Dell executives in a series of video discussions on how to respond to cyver criminals.


HP acquisitions

HP acquisitions

Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.


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IT governance In Depth

There's something in the water: Connecting Wiltshire to the IoT

Forget Stonehenge, Wiltshire is making a name for itself as home to the smartest network in the UK read more »

Figuring out the future: How the financial services industry can keep pace with consumer demand

Automation can empower banks to innovate in an increasingly regulated and competitive environment read more »

Coding in British schools: A review of the first term

It's been a learning curve for teachers as well as children read more »

Agile development: overcoming the legal barriers

More flexible development requires greater flexibility in contracts read more »

The 8080 chip at 40

What's next for the mighty microprocessor? read more »

CES and UK car sales boom prove auto tech is here to stay

A ten-year high for UK car sales reported while carmakers unveil tech-savvy models onstage at CES read more »

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IT governance Slideshows

Smart meters: A timeline of the UK rollout

Consumers believe smart meter installation will be delayed as 'IT projects always run late' read more »

D5: the 5 most digitally advanced governments in the world

Estonia, Israel, New Zealand, South Korea and the UK gathered to launch the new group in London last week read more »

Pick of the week's news

This week features increasing Universal IT credit write-offs, M&S's online delivery problems and British Gas' using Cassandra. read more »

The ever-changing bosses of Universal Credit

Lost track of how many people have been in charge of Universal Credit so far? We’re here to help. read more »

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