In this week's special issue of Computer Weekly, we present the UKtech50 - our list of the 50 most influential people in UK IT. This year's winner is Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy, who talks in an exclusive interview about his hopes for the UK technology industry, and life at HP since the company's 7bn GBP acquisition. Also, our Buyer’s Guide to outsourcing continues and looks at the issues facing SMEs.
Revealed: The 50 most influential people in UK IT
Computer Weekly has announced the final listing for the second annual UKtech50, the definitive list of the real movers and shakers in UK IT - the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving the creation of a high-tech economy.
IT leaders are driving change in the UK
This year's UKtech50 list of the most influential people in UK IT reflects the great variety, ability and potential of the technology community in this country.
The vision it takes to make sense of a world of unstructured human data
We talk exclusively to Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch, voted as the most influential person in UK IT, about his plans for the future and life as part of HP.
Buyer’s Guide to outsourcing: Part three - The outsourcing options for SMEs
Many SMEs consider outsourcing some or all of their IT systems. But this can be fraught with danger and any SME looking for outside help needs to be aware of what options are available to them.
IT security: Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
In these dark days of organised cybercrime and state-sponsored cyber espionage, the world of business is looking for a cyber superhero to save the day. But in the quest for a cyber superhero, business is failing, Lois Lane-style, to recognise the Clark Kent in its midst.
This issue is sponsored by: Kell Systems and EMC Isilon