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.

How the 2021 Chancellor's Budget affects the UK tech industry

How the 2021 Chancellor's Budget affects the UK tech industry

Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled his budget today, with coronavirus still at top of the agenda. He also pledged to invest in clean tech and help SMBs take advantage of the digital revolution.

Cisco continues to overhaul Webex, now with real-time language transcription

Cisco continues to overhaul Webex, now with real-time language transcription

Cisco users will soon be able to have their in-meeting speech translated in real time into over 100 languages, a feature first teased at the company’s WebexOne event.

How Microsoft Teams kept pupils learning during the UK lockdown

How Microsoft Teams kept pupils learning during the UK lockdown

With most students spending the majority of the last 12 months outside the classroom at home, two educational institutions turned to Teams to allow them to continue teaching.

Trello, now 10, offers up an ambitious platform overhaul

Trello, now 10, offers up an ambitious platform overhaul

The workplace productivity app this week unveiled a host of new board designs and card capabilities designed to improve the remote-work experience.

Big NHS email migration also delivers access to latest digital tools

Big NHS email migration also delivers access to latest digital tools

NHS Digital oversaw the migration of 2.1 million NHS mailboxes to Microsoft Azure, providing healthcare workers with a better digital experience.

Zoom Rooms tweaks aim to bolster a safe reopening of offices

Zoom Rooms tweaks aim to bolster a safe reopening of offices

Videoconferencing platform Zoom has released updates to its Rooms suite designed to help offices reopen and facilitate a move to a hybrid workforce.

Atlassian launches Cloud Enterprise to meet core customer needs

Atlassian launches Cloud Enterprise to meet core customer needs

Atlassian’s “most advanced cloud offering” comes to Jira Software, Confluence and Jira Service Management.

12 hot enterprise tech startups to watch in 2021

12 hot enterprise tech startups to watch in 2021

These are our picks of the hottest enterprise technology startups in the world right now.

The hottest UK enterprise tech startups to watch in 2021

The hottest UK enterprise tech startups to watch in 2021

Our picks of the hottest UK-based enterprise technology startups to watch right now.

How e-signatures helped keep one UK law firm working during the pandemic

How e-signatures helped keep one UK law firm working during the pandemic

Two lawyers from transatlantic law firm Womble Bond Dickinson explain how DocuSign helped make the document-signing process more efficient during lockdown.

Q&A: How ViacomCBS cut Zoom costs, not jobs, during the pandemic

Q&A: How ViacomCBS cut Zoom costs, not jobs, during the pandemic

While other companies were cutting jobs to save the bottom line in 2020, media conglomerate ViacomCBS found savings by overhauling its spending on Zoom licenses.

IT salary expectations for 2021: How much should UK IT pros expect?

IT salary expectations for 2021: How much should 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 many workers may see no increases at all.

When it’s time to return to the office, tech is key to success

When it’s time to return to the office, tech is key to success

As COVID-19 vaccines begin to roll out but remain months away for most office workers, companies want to know how to safely reopen offices and what the post-pandemic workplace will look like.

In 2020, videoconferencing gained an enterprise foothold. Now what?

In 2020, videoconferencing gained an enterprise foothold. Now what?

The pandemic continues, and changes it brought to the workplace — the wholesale move to remote work — appear to be here to stay. So how will videoconferencing firms respond over the next 12 months?

Totality Services launches remote IT support for WFH workers in the UK

Totality Services launches remote IT support for WFH workers in the UK

IT support provider Totality Services has launched a new venture, WFH IT Support, offering to help UK-based SMBs and displaced workers during the COVID-19 crisis.

Asana adds new integrations to help connect distributed teams

Asana adds new integrations to help connect distributed teams

Asana has unveiled integrations with Atlassian Jira, Microsoft Teams, Slack and Zoom to help improve productivity and reduce the duplication of work.

UK healthtech startups to watch

UK healthtech startups to watch

Healthtech in the UK is a booming market with a combined turnover of £24 billion. Here are some of the top healthtech startups attracting the investment.

Atlassian looks to revolutionize ITSM market with Jira Service Management

Atlassian looks to revolutionize ITSM market with Jira Service Management

As the IT Service Management landscape continues to grow, Atlassian’s latest move aims to bring IT operations and development teams closer together.

UK tech skills gap set to narrow

UK tech skills gap set to narrow

As the on-going pandemic keeps large portions of the UK workforce furloughed or made redundant, research shows record numbers of people are looking to enter the tech sector.

Otter.ai adds live captions to its Zoom integration

Otter.ai adds live captions to its Zoom integration

Videoconferencing platform Zoom has unveiled an Otter.ai integration, providing users with access to live transcriptions and meeting notes.

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