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  • Key trends for IT leaders in 2016 - Part 2

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    Ian Cohen, digital advisor at the Leading Edge Forum, considers the key CIO and IT leadership trends for 2016 in this PowerPoint presentation given at the January 2016 Computer Weekly CW500 Club meeting

  • Key trends for IT leaders in 2016 - Part 3

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    Spencer Izard, head of executive advisory programme at IDC, considers the key CIO and IT leadership trends for 2016 in this PowerPoint presentation given at the January 2016 Computer Weekly CW500 Club meeting.

  • Key trends for IT leaders in 2016 Part I

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    Albert Ellis, CEO of recruitment company Harvey Nash Group, considers the key skill, careers and recruitment trends for 2016 in this PowerPoint presentation.

  • The Art of IT Management

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    What makes a good manager? Robina Chatham offers some pointers in this extract from her book, The Art of IT Management.

  • Deloitte Telecoms, Media, and Technology Predictions 2016

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    The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice at Deloitte, the business advisory firm, gives its predictions for the technology sector in 2016.

  • Beyond Nine to Five

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    In this extract from his book, Ade McCormack offers guidance to enable you to move forward in your career with the minimum of anxiety as digital technology fundamentally changes the nature of work.

  • We're just not doing enough – Working together to meet the digital skills challenge

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    This white paper from TechUK focuses on what needs to be done to deliver the digital skills children and young people need, and to create entry-level skills for jobs in a digital world.

  • Women in Technology Survey 2015

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    The Mortimer Spinks and Computer Weekly Women in Technology Survey 2015 collected data between 10 April 2015 and 28 May 2015 and represents the views of more than 4,000 technology professionals. Read the results of the fourth annual Women in Technology Survey.

  • 2015 IT Skills and Salary Report

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    Download your copy ofthe eighth annual Global Knowledge IT Skills and Salary Survey to learn how your salary compares to your peers, whether you have the skills IT decision-makers are looking for, and much more.

  • Inside the mind of IT professionals

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    This unique study by the Psychological Consultancy shows the unique personality traits of IT professionals, and what drives them compared to professionals in a range of other industries.

  • UK tech sector outperformed wider UK economy in Q4 2014

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    The UK tech sector enjoyed robust growth in the last quarter of 2014, avoiding the slowdown seen across the wider UK economy, according to this analysis by KPMG/Markit Tech Monitor.

  • iDisrupted

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    iDisrupted looks at how technology will change the economy, business and even the human race.

  • The 2020 Workforce – building a strategic workforce for the future

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    This research from Oxford Economics looks at the changing nature of the workforce over the next five years.

  • The Technology Industry Survey 2015

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    This is the fourth annual Technology Industry Survey, produced by Computer Weekly and Mortimer Spinks. This year, 3,408 technology professionals shared their views on everything from how cautious they are with their personal data to how they feel about their current employer and what really keeps them happy at work.

  • 2014 Egon Zehnder European Board Diversity Analysis

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    For the first time Europe now leads the world in board diversity – though numbers of female executives on boards remain stubbornly low and this is a particular issue in technology, this study reveals.

  • Women in IT: Inspiring the next generation

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This book seeks to encourage more girls and women to consider a career in IT by showcasing the lives and careers of female IT professionals, entrepreneurs and academics.

  • Digital Leeds

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    Dylan Roberts, CIO at Leeds City Council, who is directing a project on the digitisation of Leeds City Council and local government, explains his approach in this PowerPoint presentation.

  • Women in Technology 2014

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    Are women flourishing in IT ? Find out by downloading the Women in techology report from Computer Weekly and Mortimer Spinks.

  • Computer Weekly – 10 November 2015: Meet the men helping women succeed in IT

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, we meet the men that have mentored some of the leading women in tech to find out how men can help tackle the diversity gap in IT. We examine how restrictive software licensing is hindering firms' ambitions for digital transformation. And where can CIOs turn to for advice? We look at the options. Read the issue now.

  • Is the CIO's Career More Important than Business Success?

    Sponsored by: Colt Data Centre Services

    In the following white paper, you will explore IT professionals' attitude to personal and company risk, as new roles and expectations emerge in the enterprise, and why IT is now an engine for business creativity. Read on to see how company risk differs from personal risk in the eyes of the IT pro.

  • Information Security Magazine: August Issue

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    Identity and access management is so complex that many companies have faltered when it comes to securing third-party vendors. With breaches on the rise, vulnerabilities can be costly.

  • Computer Weekly July 2015: The Most Influential Women in UK IT

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal our annual list of the 50 most influential women in UK IT – and talk to this year's winner, Citrix vice president Jacqueline de Rojas. Also, we look at how ARM chips are making inroads into the data centre as energy awareness becomes a growing corporate IT issue.

  • UKtech50: The most influential people in UK IT 2014 revealed

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    UKtech50 returned for its 5th year, showcasing the most influential people in UK IT and the rising stars in the industry. Read on to find out the top 50...

  • CIO Decisions: Master Multichannel Customer Engagement

    Sponsored by: SearchCIO.com

    Unscrambling the multiple channels by which customers engage calls for close collaboration between CIOs and their business peers. Learn more about multichannel customer engagement strategy in CIO Decisions ezine.

  • UKTech50: The senior IT event of the year

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    UKTech50 returns in 2014 for its 5th annual event, highlighting the successes of individuals within UK IT. With a combination of fantastic speakers and the countdown of the top 50, this event never fails to please.

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