Martin Veitch


Nutanix’s audacious vision soars above appliances

The erstwhile datacentre disruptor is seeking to be the control point for future networks

Unisys CEO plots secure future for 144-year-old firm

Peter Altabef, the CEO of Unisys, is reinventing the old company for the age of cyberthreats

Will life begin again at 40-plus for software veteran CA?

CA wants to lead software lifecycles for customers

What we know and don’t know about digital transformation

Everybody’s talking about digital transformation but what is set in stone and what’s still up for grabs?

PatSnap aims to take blood, sweat and tears out of R&D

London-headquartered PatSnap has a SaaS IP listing service that protects against wasting research time

Former Morrison Facilities Services CIO Katherine Coombs doesn't mince her words

Before she moved on to pastures new at the end of last year, Morrison Facilities CIO Katherine Coombs met with CIO to discuss her attitude to corporate politics and her admiration for BA CIO Paul Coby.

BMC Software's Mark Settle: the listening CIO

The CIO of enterprise IT firm BMC Software says he values the opinions of customers as highly as those of his C-suite peers

Netsuite CEO Zach Nelson on his relationships with Salesforce and Larry Ellison

NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson says that a SaaS set of applications will be the cloud world's answer successor to SAP and Microsoft

Solid-state drives hit the desktop

Solid-state drives are being touted as an alternative to the PC refresh cycle. So are they the new RAM?

City of Westminster CIO David Wilde on shared services and cloud

The metropolitan hub commands the highest rents in the country - a strong incentive not to house a lot of IT within it

City of Westminster CIO David Wilde on rigorous budget management

The IT leader of the capital's hub borough approaches the task of massive cost-cutting with creativity and pragmatism

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