Hannah Williams

Online Editor

Hannah is an online editor at Computerworld and CIO in the UK. After graduating from the University of Coventry with an English and Journalism degree in 2016, Hannah has since developed an interest in enterprise technology. She has a keen interest in digital transformation, enterprise IT, innovative and emerging tech, IoT and women in tech.

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Online learning platforms: What Udacity, Pluralsight and Coursera offer UK IT

Online learning platforms: What Udacity, Pluralsight and Coursera offer UK IT

Online learning, or e-learning, has reached new heights in recent years, with an enormous range of courses now available at the click of a button. The e-learning market is attractive for businesses as it provides a cost-effective...

What the UK government’s Huawei decision means for 5G

What the UK government’s Huawei decision means for 5G

The UK has made its much-anticipated decision to allow Huawei to participate in the development of the UK's 5G networks, so what does it mean for the industry?

The leading Robotic Process Automation software vendors

The leading Robotic Process Automation software vendors

We examine some of the big RPA vendors and the automation software they have to offer for enterprise customers

The highest paying UK IT jobs for 2020

The highest paying UK IT jobs for 2020

Find out the highest paying jobs across the IT and technology sector in the UK

Internet of Things predictions for 2020

Internet of Things predictions for 2020

These are some of the IoT trends to look out for in the year ahead

UK 5G predictions for 2020

UK 5G predictions for 2020

These are some of the expected 5G trends for the year ahead

BT's 'connected ambulance' trialled by University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust

BT's 'connected ambulance' trialled by University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust

The NHS Trust showcased how the 5G-based connected ambulance enhances the healthcare sector

Why the UK is playing catch up with China in the smart city race

Why the UK is playing catch up with China in the smart city race

The UK could learn a lot from China when it comes to smart city development according to Arup's global digital services director Will Cavendish

McLaren Group embraces IoT and edge computing

McLaren Group embraces IoT and edge computing

The car manufacturer is in the middle of a 'connected car' strategy across business units as it looks to speed up feature development for its vehicles

Huawei: More support needed for enterprise 5G

Huawei: More support needed for enterprise 5G

Although some enterprises have already embraced the next-generation mobile technology, there's still some way to go in centring 5G as critical for digital business transformation

Companies developing 5G in the UK

Companies developing 5G in the UK

Here are some of the leading companies working on 5G in the UK

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