Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

January, 2010

January 29, 2010  1:07 PM

Why the BSkyB vs EDS ruling was only a matter of time

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
bsksyb, Contracts, EDS, IT Strategy

Ask any IT manager that has dealt with a supplier sales representative if that rep is always utterly honest and scrupulous when describing their products or services, and most would smile knowingly and shake their heads.

IT suppliers oversell. They are not alone or unusual in that -...

January 26, 2010  1:08 PM

Carrying the can to ensure IT success

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Government IT, NHS, Project Manager, sfo, Strategy

Accountability - or the lack of it - has been a hot topic in government IT ¬circles for some time. One of the recurring causes of project failure in Whitehall is the lack of consistency in leadership, both from within the civil service and politically, where senior individuals move on (or are...

January 19, 2010  4:11 PM

Santander’s IT lesson: simplify and standardise

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Banking, HSBC, Integration, IT Strategy, RBS, Santander, standards

Once upon a time, the IT integration involved in merging two major banks would have given Computer Weekly something to write about for years.

The integration of Lloyds Bank and TSB was a bit of an epic, as was Royal Bank of Scotland and...

January 8, 2010  2:36 PM

The top 10 CIO issues for 2010

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
CIO, Collaboration, CRM, Election, ERP, government, innovation, iPhone, IT Governance, IT skills, Leadership, Mobile, social media

Many IT leaders will be entering 2010 with bruises on their budgets from the recessionary battering they took over the past 18 months. But this year promises a cautious return to growth - for some at least.

Any CIOs going into the year simply expecting more of the same may be left...

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