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, future of work and issues around diversity and inclusion in the tech sector.

A Levels: More females opt for computing, but gender gulf persists

Collaboration application spending grows in the face of economic uncertainty

Collaboration application spending grows in the face of economic uncertainty

The collaboration application market has experienced its fifth consecutive year of double-digit growth, as organizations continue to embrace hybrid and remote work.

Canva launches Whiteboards for graphic designers' predesign process

Canva launches Whiteboards for graphic designers' predesign process

Canva's graphics design users will now have access to a dedicated whiteboarding tool to help them better collaborate with colleagues.

Microsoft urges Windows users to run patch for DogWalk zero-day exploit

Microsoft urges Windows users to run patch for DogWalk zero-day exploit

Despite previously claiming the DogWalk vulnerability did not constitute a security issue, Microsoft has now released a patch to stop attackers from actively exploiting the vulnerability.

Tech hiring enters the Big Freeze

Tech hiring enters the Big Freeze

A growing number of tech companies are starting to put the brakes on hiring, but is now the time for them to be stepping back from investing in talent?

Monday.com launches new CRM tool

Monday.com launches new CRM tool

The new customizable platform aims to help sales teams to manage their sales cycle and all customer data in one place.

70% of UK office workers see hybrid work as a way to ease cost of living

70% of UK office workers see hybrid work as a way to ease cost of living

As the UK inflation rate continues to soar, UK office workers signal their overwhelming support for hybrid and remote work as a means of saving money.

Microsoft weathers the financial storm with 12% revenue growth

Microsoft weathers the financial storm with 12% revenue growth

Despite some tricky global headwinds, Microsoft continues to post strong results, buoyed by its cloud business, which surpassed $25 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time.

Q&A: Dropbox exec outlines company's journey into a remote-work world

Q&A: Dropbox exec outlines company's journey into a remote-work world

Almost two years after Dropbox announced it would become a virtual-first company, Andy Wilson, director of product, talks about why hybrid-work was never an option and what lessons the company has learned.

Zoom expands end-to-end encryption for Phone and breakout rooms

Zoom expands end-to-end encryption for Phone and breakout rooms

The popular videoconferencing software is adding enhanced encryption to its phone service and individual breakout rooms.

Slack Pro is getting more expensive in September

Slack Pro is getting more expensive in September

From the beginning of September, both the monthly and annual Pro plans will increase in price, while free users will see changes to message retention policies.

Geopolitical events put pressure on IBM earnings

Geopolitical events put pressure on IBM earnings

Despite posting a 9% year-on-year revenue increase, both the ongoing war in Ukraine and the strengthening of the dollar have caused IBM to revisit its 2022 outlook.

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