Digital transformation is a major challenge for many organisations, so it is perhaps not surprising that our in-depth interview with the River Island CIO on how he's handling his firm's digital journey was the most popular story of the past week on V3.
Similarly, warnings from executives at NetApp and ARM that current IT models won't cut it in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT) were also of interest, as IT teams and other business leaders plan for the future.
Elsewhere there was the usual mix of security warnings, such as a major new Linux bug, and interest in hardware with our reviews of the Huawei Mate 8 and Surface Book.
Finally, news that the new .cloud domain is open to anyone was also well read, perhaps as firms consider whether a new digital-sounding web presence could be one way to improve digital operations.
River Island CIO focuses on digital transformation to drive firm forward
Doug Gardner talks shop on retail firm's IT plans for the future
Huawei Mate 8 video review
We test this giant Android 6.0 phablet
Firms need a 'revolution' in IT to be ready for the Internet of Things
Current methods of working won't work in next era of digital transformation
Nutanix 4.6 update adds hypervisor mobility and machine intelligence to automate admin functions
Nutanix rolls out notable update to hyperconverged infrastructure platform
GCHQ is allowed to hack into computers and smartphones
Tribunal says everything is above board
Microsoft Surface Book review: hands on
An impressive device that could catapult firm's hardware ambitions to the next level
The .cloud domain is now on sale to the world
New domain open to all
Major bug exposes thousands of Linux apps and IoT devices to hacks
Another major security flaw exposed
Visa expands secure mobile, web and app payment tokenisation services
Service aims to boost security for new payment platforms
Microsoft updates Azure with SQL Server Express images and monitoring for Azure Data Factory
Microsoft continues with Azure cloud platform refinements
Deal intended to help organisations chip away at their unstructured data
Nvidia takes aim at organisations looking to incorporate AI and VR
Cook told Apple staff in an email that "hate is a cancer"
Galaxy Note 8 will offer IP68 certification, a Samsung Exynos 8895 CPU, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and IP68 certification