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IT chiefs fear Kubernetes data log overload

Over half of IT leaders polled by Coleman Parker in a global survey for Dynatrace believe their technology stacks will grow in complexity. In a survey of 1,300 chief information officers, chief technology officers (CTOs) and other senior technology leaders involved in IT operations and DevOps management in large enterprises, 88% say the complexity of…

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Mainframe remains a positive force among IT leaders

BMC’s annual mainframe survey has found that businesses continue to grow mainframe workloads. In 2016, 43% of organisations said the mainframe was attracting and growing new workloads; for 2023, this figure has risen to 63%. Almost all of the 800 IT and business executives who took part in the survey (84%), said they had a…

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Executive interview: ManageEngine president Rajesh Ganesan on the ‘three Ws’ of digital change

To measure the maturity of digital transformation, companies need to review the status of the so-called “three Ws”: workforce, workplace and workloads. That is, having a workforce – which includes all of a company’s business partners and stakeholders – capable of working from anywhere securely and with a good experience, using any workload or tool…

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Vote: Who should be the 2023 Most Influential Woman in UK Tech?

The 12th Computer Weekly list of the Most Influential Women in UK Tech is now open for voting, giving readers and opportunity to express who they feel should be given the top spot. Each year, the list of 50 women acts to make role models in the technology sector more visible and accessible in the…

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Why technology jobs are proving resilient

As 2023 dawned, the direction that the technology recruitment market would take was highly uncertain. We had seen two boom years due to pent-up demand during the pandemic, but with downside economic indicators gathering – rising costs, rampant inflation, interest rates increasing – would that hold? We trusted our instincts and predicted that the market…

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Most influential women in UK tech: The 2023 longlist

Each year when Computer Weekly asks for nominations for its list of the most influential women in UK tech, the number of women considered grows. This year, more than 650 women were put forward for the top 50, Rising Stars and Hall of Fame, showing yet more growth from previous years – in 2017 when…

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The rise of Generative AI in software development

Generative AI and large language models (LLMs) aren’t completely new technologies, but the world reached a greater awareness of their powers when OpenAI presented ChatGPT. Its surprisingly human-like capabilities fascinated the public but also brought concerns such as the dangers of misinformation, its potential for bias, and even the possibility of machines replacing people in…

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Gartner: Steps to improving test data management

Test data management (TDM) is a crucial practice for ensuring compliant data and providing uniformity to test data. In the same way testing environments and data models are continuously evolving, test data management practices require ongoing revision. The use of personal data in development and testing environments is a persistent concern for software engineering leaders…

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Almost 60% of people seeking a new role are doing so for cash

A majority of IT workers looking to move company are doing so to earn more money, according to research by Computer Weekly. The annual Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT salary survey asked IT workers the main reasons they were actively looking for new roles or might be open to new work opportunities, to which 58% said earning more money…

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