Interview Alpine F1 team CIO and data science director Nathan Sykes is approaching a turn in his post at the Formula One racing team, as he looks to demonstrate data science ROI and challenge perceptions around IT.
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Interview Heneghan is improving IT literacy with the Digital Ninjas programme and accelerating career progression for women in tech while focusing on client outcomes.
News Analysis Health and Social Care Secretary of State Sajid Javid announced a new data strategy focused on giving patients greater control over their data, delivering faster treatment, and tackling the pandemic backlog
News Analysis The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has released the long-awaited digital strategy, designed to attract foreign investors, close the skills gap, advance technological progress in AI and quantum computing, and give a shot in the arm to the UK economy.
News Analysis A new government digital strategy promises to deliver better citizen experiences, improved accessibility, shared data between central departments, and to upskill civil servants. But haven’t we heard this all before?
Feature UHLu2019s CIO Andy Carruthers has deployed DaaS to improve colleague and patient experiences, and in turn reduce waiting times, as he discusses digital transformation and new demands on IT teams.
Times Higher Education CTO Freddie Quek on minority recognition and building diverse, effective teamsTimes Higher Education CTO Freddie Quek mulls career progression as an Asian technology leader, the power of storytelling in the boardroom, and how the IT industry can address digital poverty.
Interview Director of IT at the out-of-hospital provider of urgent primary care services, Ritchie spoke with CIO.com on the route he took to become an IT leader and how digital technology is being employed to empower patients to manage their own health care symptoms
Interview A boom in pet ownership and a growing multi-disciplinary business is pushing Pets at Home CIO William Hewish to co-create IT solutions with store colleagues, blur the boundaries between physical and digital for better customer experience, and invest in technology like never before.
Feature A tumultuous two years have shifted expectations of what IT could and should deliver. Today, CIOs are taking stock and redrawing the boundaries around their role and responsibilities.
Interview Places for People’s technology officer Dean Garvey-North sees the business value of cross-functional teams and is looking to hyperscalers and an inquisitive IT group to deliver cloud transformation.
Interview Williams F1’s long-standing CIO Graeme Hackland is set to depart and leave behind 25 years in motorsport. But he’s not retiring just yet.
News Analysis The UK government’s digital, data, and technology playbook (DDaT) provides new guidance on how central government should source and contract with suppliers for digital projects and programmes. But will it be followed?
Feature Saving lives at sea, supporting volunteers and colleagues through social, economic, and political storms, and driving value from data are on RNLI CIO Claire Deuchar’s to-do list.
Feature Southampton Football Club’s renaissance is pushing IT Director James Grove to modernise IT and data capabilities, improve fan engagement, and defend the boardroom from transfer fraudsters.
Feature The UK Financial Ombudsman Service CIO Nicola Wadham is rebranding the IT department, going ‘cloud preferred’ to improve organisational agility, and fighting for digital inclusion and diversity.
News Tracey Jessup, the chief digital and information officer (CDIO) at the UK Parliament, will become chief transformation officer (CTO) at DeMontfort University in Leicester.