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.

Environmentally-friendly Raspberry Pi projects

Environmentally-friendly Raspberry Pi projects

We take a look at three DIY Raspberry Pi projects that will benefit your local environment

How the UK government plans to clamp down on harmful online content

How the UK government plans to clamp down on harmful online content

The government will give Ofcom the power to fine social media companies if they fail to protect users from harmful content, but how effective will the new rules be?

Tech Talent Charter lays out 2020 plan to make UK tech more inclusive

Tech Talent Charter lays out 2020 plan to make UK tech more inclusive

As digital transformation continues to dominate business strategy, Tech Talent Charter’s CEO Debbie Forster tells the UK tech sector that it’s time to move the dial on inclusion and diversity.

IT salary expectations for 2020: How much should UK IT pros be earning?

IT salary expectations for 2020: How much should UK IT pros be earning?

How much should you earn this year? Read on to see how salaries are set to increase for IT jobs in the UK – whether you are a CIO, network engineer or security architect...

Sustainability predictions for 2020

Sustainability predictions for 2020

As the threat of climate change becomes increasingly critical, what sustainability initiatives should organisations be embracing throughout 2020?

Future of work predictions for 2020

Future of work predictions for 2020

From augmented collaboration to renewed diversity efforts, what trends can we expect to impact the workplace of 2020?

IT careers to avoid in the UK

IT careers to avoid in the UK

We take a closer look at the tech jobs that have fallen out of favour in recent years.

How Deliveroo uses Slack to improve its onboarding process

How Deliveroo uses Slack to improve its onboarding process

Deliveroo’s CIO Will Sprunt explains how Slack has helped the food-delivery company improve onboarding for restaurants and staff – and why the cultural benefits that it brings matter

What is the circular economy and how can the IT industry adopt it?

What is the circular economy and how can the IT industry adopt it?

As the UN’s 2030 deadline for change fast approaches, we explore what role the circular economy has to play in mitigating the impacts of climate change and how the technology industry can learn from it

How Santander UK cut customer onboarding from days to hours

How Santander UK cut customer onboarding from days to hours

The head of digital transformation at the bank, Jonathan Holman, discusses how Docusign helped improve customer onboarding by consolidating 39 separate paper forms

Box lays out its workplace of the future vision – and security is at the heart of it

Box lays out its workplace of the future vision – and security is at the heart of it

Cloud file storage giant Box wants to continue giving customers the change they want to see, whilst keeping its 14-year vision for the future firmly in its sights

How SaaS vendors are designing software for the 'best of breed' world

How SaaS vendors are designing software for the 'best of breed' world

Chief product officers must bridge the divide between what users want and ensuring their offering doesn’t become a “Frankenstein of features”

The best UK universities for computer science and IT degrees

The best UK universities for computer science and IT degrees

Struggling to decide which university to apply to? Here’s a list of the top 10 British universities offering computer science and IT related degrees.

How ServiceNow helped Thames Water regain insight into its live environment

How ServiceNow helped Thames Water regain insight into its live environment

When CIO Tony McCandless realised the utilities company’s existing IT strategy wasn’t fit for purpose, he turned to ServiceNow to help overhaul it

How AI is impacting the UK's legal sector

How AI is impacting the UK's legal sector

We examine the impact of artificial intelligence on the UK's legal sector

What is the UK government's open data strategy?

What is the UK government's open data strategy?

The government's approach to open data has gained international praise but its approach may be set to change

Why data centres are the new frontier in the fight against climate change

Why data centres are the new frontier in the fight against climate change

As we continue to generate more data than ever before, how can we stop the data centres that house this information from destroying the planet?

Business use cases for Raspberry Pi

Business use cases for Raspberry Pi

How can the best-selling British computer Raspberry Pi benefit the enterprise?

Three innovative ways UK companies are using blockchain

Three innovative ways UK companies are using blockchain

Blockchain technology is now all the rage, with companies using it to solve problems ranging from supply-chain tracking to the property market

Best online payment alternatives to PayPal

Best online payment alternatives to PayPal

WePay Image by Getty Images/iStockphoto WePayis an integrated payments solution that claims to have the “scale of JP Morgan”. Its flexible API-based integrated payments provide merchants with a...

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