As a woman in IT, Susan Cooklin is already a rare breed. But it’s her work as CIO of Network Rail that really sets her apart from the rest
Northampton schoolgirl gets first year’s university tuition paid after winning Network Rail’s ‘Could IT be you?’ girls in IT competition
With Gartner predicting that a quarter of organisations will have an enterprise app store (EAS) by 2017, Information Age examines this...
How to ensure a seamless transition between the private cloud and the ‘spill-over’ public cloud when demand escalates
Company wants to advance its lending and payments services to facilitate growth
Extra funding takes total to £73 million as the UK seeks a lead in the burgeoning technology
Scotland's first university becomes only the second in the world to achieve 3-star SDI accreditation
With IT infrastructure being commoditised, CIOs are under increasing pressure to evolve their responsibilities
Smartphones and tablets have rapidly changed the way we live our lives, but their impact, we’re told, is minuscule compared with the potential of...
A company with 13,500 employees may not sound like a start-up, but it’s that disruptive approach that has had Infor knocking on the door of...