podcasts @ComputerWeekly

podcasts @ComputerWeekly

Women in IT: Computing isn't just a man's world

Rebecca Thomson talks to senior female figures working in the IT industry about issues including the gender pay gap,...

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Green IT - What is it? Why is it important and what can you do about it? (Forrester)

Green IT is climbing the corporate agenda, generated by the hype around climate change and corporate social...

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IT on the London Underground: Adrian Davey of Tube Lines

Millions of passengers rely on the London Underground every day. It is one of the busiest subways in the world and...

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Business Process Management: The next wave of IT (Gartner)

Cliff Saran speaks to three experts in Business Process Management (BPM). According to analyst group Gartner, IT...

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Nortel CTO John Roese on unified communications

Where does a business begin if it wants to install unified communications? How should go about doing it? And how can...

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Mobile IT in the construction industry

At the Construction Computing Event held in London’s Emirates Stadium, Warwick Ashford interviews Neill Pawsey,...

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Pfizer preps WAN optimisation

Pfizer is rolling out wide area network optimisation technology for a series of 30-day trials across sites in India,...

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CIO priorities: How IT helps Skanska tackle complexity, environmental and safety issues

As in any successful business, Swedish construction company Skanska needs to balance quality with the need to...

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How much security is enough?

IT security is a problem that won’t go away. No matter what chief information officers and IT directors do, there...

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CIO priorities: IT's role in the airport business

In this interview Martin Smith, director of group technology and innovation at Manchester Airports Group discusses...

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Future trends in software development: interview with Dr Graham Spittle of IBM's Hursley labs

Technology reporter JP Kamath talks software development with IBM’s director at the Hursley laboratory , Dr Graham...

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Five reasons why outsourcing fails

Almost 50% of IT outsourcing projects fail. In this interview Cliff Saran speaks to Paul Michaels, senior consultant...

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Alexa Bona on Virtualisation: the hidden licence costs

In the past applications were run on their own dedicated server hardware. More applications meant more servers....

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Don Tapscott: The economics of Web 2.0

Unlike the field of dreams of the old days of the Web - building an attractive and useful site is no guarantee that...

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IT Skils: Preparing the UK for the knowledge economy

There is a growing concern that the UK is falling behind the skills race, which could mean we do not have people with...

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Linux guru Alan Cox discusses GPL 3.0, the technical and commercial presures of open source

Cliff Saran interviews Alan Cox who used to maintain the Linux kernel and now works at Red Hat. Cox discusses what is...

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How does Microsoft SQL Server stack up against the open source MySQL database?

In this podcast Cliff Saran speaks to Mark Ridley, who is head of technology at online recruiter, Reed.co.uk, about...

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Insecure software: Whose fault is it anyway? (Phil Cracknell)

In an interview with Cliff Saran, Phil Cracknell, president of the Internet Security Systems Association (ISSA),...

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James Gosling, father of Java, discusses the challenges ahead

In this interview, Cliff Saran speaks to James Gosling, father of Java and chief technology officer at Sun...

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Give your company a green star for IT

Far from being green, IT equipment such as desktop PC and servers running in data centres, are contributing to global...

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