The generation born between 1980 and 2000 is quickly becoming a major force in the workplace

‘Car hacking’ will become an increasingly common phrase in the coming years


Recent hacks on celebrity photo breaches through Apple iCloud accounts have done much to expose the vulnerabilities of consumer cloud tools- and left many asking serious questions about what they can do to safeguard their organisations

The new role of the data scientist has been called the sexiest job of the 21st century, but the ingredients for the ideal data science hire are a complex brew

Before embarking on a new IT service management (ITSM) project, seek to benefit from the successes of, and avoid the pitfalls experienced by, those who have gone down the road before you

Mittu Sridhara, group CIO at Tui Travel, is interested in how things work. With 240 brands and 53,000 employees to contend with, that’s just as well

With one million patients every 36 hours and continual pressure from national targets, are NHS staff given enough IT support to deliver high quality patient care? 

All bets are on wearables for Software as Service giant Salesforce- the company is on a mission to nudge its huge developer community into building wearable apps for its Salesforce Wear developer toolkit, launched this June. Information Age caught up with EMEA president Miguel Milano to find out what's behind the strategy.

Active involvement in IT Service Management is taking a back seat to the cloud - but is IT in danger of becoming complacent by leaving cloud providers to babysit the service desk?

Concerned about moving to the cloud? You’re probably already there, and you need to play catch-up to manage it