Feature The Middle East, which has been embroiled in geopolitical conflicts for decades, is witnessing a rising number of cyberattacks as age-old geopolitical rivalries move into the digital realm and remote work opens up new targets for attackers.
Updated The COVID pandemic has sparked a surge of interest in cloud-based technologies and applications. Meanwhile, hyperscale public cloud services continue to open up , clearing a path for cloud adoption at a faster pace.
Feature Governments in the MENA region are increasingly looking to blockchain to address issues ranging financial services to public administration record keeping, and working with private companies and global vendors to do so.
Feature Sarah Jensen, CIO at Barts Health NHS Trust and now immortalised by famed photographer Rankin, explains how she and her team set up IT in record time at the UK's first COVID-19 field hospital.
Feature Under the theme ‘Business continuity during Covid-19: How CISOs and CIOs work together’, a leading CIO and CISO discussed work collaboration in the first of a series of live webinars organised by CIO.com and CSO Online.
Feature Despite COVID-19, the Brexit transition period is still scheduled to expire at the end of 2020 – with all the changes in recruiting that it entails.
Feature The curtain has dropped for the arts – or has it? The IT Directors of Somerset House and the National Theatre explain how their teams are keeping culture alive, and what’s next for the future of this industry.
Feature In this second episode of ‘Meet the CIO’ series, CIO UK spoke to Dan West, Chief Digital Information Officer at the Department of Health Northern Ireland, about how he and his team are fighting the pandemic
Feature A seasoned CIO, Victoria Higgin had a virtual coffee with CIO UK where she told us about how working from home looks like for her – and what the Digital Roads strategy is all about
Feature Behind the frontlines of the NHS’s relentless fight against coronavirus, CIOs across the healthcare organisation are supporting staff and patients to win the battle. Here they tell us how.
Feature Tech executives from the logistics, sport, government, and education sectors cite their greatest challenges in enabling a remote workforce – and recount solutions that work.
Updated The Middle East's technological and business landscape is evolving, but a lack of educational opportunities in IT-related subjects and a strong preference for traditional careers is leading to a widening skills gap, which can be addressed through on-the-job training programs and strategic investments.
Innovation at scale could be hampered by digital skills shortage in Southeast Asia, IDC research showsA global skills deficit presents an important hurdle for enterprises aspiring to scale digital initiatives.
Updated Chief Information Officers play an essential role within an organisation. Here we detail their responsibilities and salary in Southeast Asian countries.
Updated Major data breaches in Southeast Asian countries evidence the region's weaknesses in the areas of cybersecurity and data protection. Here we have compiled the biggest data breaches in recent years - and expert advice on how to avoid them.
Updated Although still lagging behind the main global AI hubs, businesses in ASEAN countries have begun experimenting with the possibilities that artificial intelligence can bring the workforce.
Updated Innovative blockchain startups paving the way to applications for a variety of industrial sectors and vertical markets including insurance, finance, digital content, gaming and more.