Charlotte Trueman

Staff Writer

Charlotte Trueman is a staff writer at Computerworld. She joined IDG in 2016 after graduating with a degree in English and American Literature from the University of Kent. Trueman covers collaboration, focusing on videoconferencing, productivity software, AR/VR and issues around sustainability.

Noteworthy tech acquisitions 2022

Cisco Webex rolls out 'Connection Experiences' to boost employee well-being

Cisco Webex rolls out 'Connection Experiences' to boost employee well-being

In its latest round of announcements, Webex says it wants to improve employee well-being and bolster its platform’s accessibility credentials.

Microsoft turns its focus toward frontline workers with Teams tweaks

Microsoft turns its focus toward frontline workers with Teams tweaks

With the pandemic accelerating digital transformation for information workers, it’s now time for those on the frontline to reap some of the benefits. Microsoft unveiled updates to its Teams and Viva platforms with that in mind.

IT salary expectations for 2022: How much can UK IT pros expect?

IT salary expectations for 2022: How much can UK IT pros expect?

Salaries for IT jobs in the UK are set to change, whether you are a CIO, network engineer, or security architect, according to data from recruitment firm Robert Half. But which skills have become most in-demand as a result of the...

Noteworthy technology acquisitions 2021

Noteworthy technology acquisitions 2021

Global tech merger-and-acquisition deals totaled $634.1 billion in 2020, an increase of 91.8% year-on-year. Can 2021 match that for blockbuster activity?

How technology will shape the post-pandemic NHS

How technology will shape the post-pandemic NHS

As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, how might the technology innovations it has spurred into action affect the long-term future of the UK’s healthcare services?

Atlassian’s Confluence gets new features aimed at making content more engaging

Atlassian’s Confluence gets new features aimed at making content more engaging

Confluence now allows teams to draft, polish, and present, all in one place — even when working remotely.

London mayor looks to boost the ranks of Black men in tech

London mayor looks to boost the ranks of Black men in tech

Mayor Sadiq Khan's workforce initiative will help businesses identify and remove the barriers that stop young Black men from entering — and getting ahead — in London’s tech sector.

Pandemic gives the UK government's digital services a boost

Pandemic gives the UK government's digital services a boost

Millions of UK citizens turned to public-sector digital services during the COVID-19 outbreak. With many wanting to make that shift permanent, how can government organisations offer the best possible experience for users?

Q&A: Phil Libin on the future of work — and why an office return is a bad idea

Q&A: Phil Libin on the future of work — and why an office return is a bad idea

The serial startup founder talks about his companies' decision to become fully distributed and why other organizations should be following in their footsteps.

How Google Workplace helped the RSPCA carry on during the pandemic

How Google Workplace helped the RSPCA carry on during the pandemic

The RSPCA, an animal charity group, first rolled out Google's suite of software tools a decade ago. It's still reaping the benefits.

Asana takes aim at the enterprise with new workflow features

Asana takes aim at the enterprise with new workflow features

The task management platform is rolling out a host of new capabilities aimed at improving collaboration and security for its enterprise customers.

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