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.

Airtable becomes latest company to announce layoffs, cutting 20% of its workforce

How to deal with application downtime

How to deal with application downtime

Meta just suffered two major outages in a week: What can organisations do to ensure their customers aren’t confronted with service outages?

Rising cloud revenue helps soften Microsoft’s growth slowdown

Rising cloud revenue helps soften Microsoft’s growth slowdown

Ongoing macroeconomic factors coupled with the continued decline in personal PC sales has caused Microsoft’s revenue growth to slump.

Microsoft relaunches Syntex with broad set of AI-based content management tools

Microsoft relaunches Syntex with broad set of AI-based content management tools

Defining a new category of technology labeled “content AI,” Microsoft has relaunched Syntex with a set of artificial intelligence and low-code tools to automate content creation, indexing, and discovery.

IBM Red Hat names Matt Hicks as president and CEO

IBM Red Hat names Matt Hicks as president and CEO

Having joined Red Hat as a developer in 2006, the former vice president of product and technologies has taken over the role from Paul Cormier.

IaaS, PaaS, drive public cloud ecosystem revenue to $126 billion in Q1

IaaS, PaaS, drive public cloud ecosystem revenue to $126 billion in Q1

New research from Synergy Research Group found that revenue in the cloud services market grew by 26% from last year.

CNCF launches ethics in open source training course

CNCF launches ethics in open source training course

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has developed a new certification for developers looking to better incorporate ethical-first thinking into their open source software design.

How developers are starting to prioritize wellness at work

How developers are starting to prioritize wellness at work

New data from Stack Overflow has found that despite many employers encouraging employee wellness, not all software developers are following their advice.

Google Cloud launches Media CDN based on YouTube’s network

Google Cloud launches Media CDN based on YouTube’s network

Google Cloud has launched a new content distribution network which combines YouTube’s global network infrastructure with developer tools and machine learning-powered analytics.

AWS launches $30M Impact Accelerator for minority-led startups

AWS launches $30M Impact Accelerator for minority-led startups

The cloud vendor's new program will provide cash and AWS credits for early stage startups led by female, Black, Latino, and LGBTQIA+ founders.

Microsoft launches Azure VMs powered by new Ampere Altra Arm-based chips

Microsoft launches Azure VMs powered by new Ampere Altra Arm-based chips

The new virtual machines can deliver up to 50% better price-performance than comparable x86 processors, according to Microsoft.

Micro:bit donates 57,000 coding devices to UK primary schools

Micro:bit donates 57,000 coding devices to UK primary schools

The Micro:bit educational foundation is donating the devices alongside partners Nominet and the Scottish government in a bid to boost coding skills amongst primary school students.

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