February 2015 marks Information Age’s first ever Women’s Issue, coinciding with the inaugural Women in IT Awards. The glitzy ceremony saw 500 of the UK’s most influential IT leaders gather to celebrate the achievements of women in our male-dominated industry, and you can see all the winners and reaction inside.
The issue’s cover star is Halfords CIO Anna Barsby, who speaks exclusively to Information Age on the mammoth IT transformation she is leading at the automotive and cycling retailer, while the UK&I CEO at Atos, Ursula Morgenstern, explains how the company is taking on the huge challenge of transforming public sector IT.
Also in this issue:
- How do you solve a problem like cybercrime?
- Why in-memory computing is becoming the CIO’s choice for digital transformations and big data
- How can businesses accept personal cloud in the enterprise in a way that actually makes workers more productive?
- How companies are turning the ‘hows’ and the ‘whys’ into ‘what nows’ with prescriptive analytics