Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

January, 2013


January 31, 2013  5:04 PM

Software is your salesperson – how to avoid agile annihilation

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, Agile development, Computer science, GDS, IT skills, Outsourcing, recruitment, Software development, Software engineering

Great news: It's a good time to be a software engineer again, you no longer have to worry about your job going to India, and IT leaders are queuing up to employ you.

January 24, 2013  1:35 PM

The dance floor empties as Microsoft keeps on ‘dad dancing’

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Android, Apple, Microsoft, Microsoft Surface, Smartphones, Software licensing, Tablet, Windows 8, WIndows Phone

Oh, Microsoft. I'm starting to feel sorry for you.

As we all get old, there usually comes a moment when you know you're out of touch. I remember my dad asking me once if I had been out with any "hot chicks" lately. The look I gave him told him that was his moment.

As a...


January 16, 2013  5:26 PM

It is patently obvious the NHS must have online patient records

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
NHS, NPfIT

The issue of electronic patient records in the NHS is back in the headlines after health secretary Jeremy Hunt called for the health service to...

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January 10, 2013  4:51 PM

Your customers are digital – are you?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Internet, Jessop, Mobile, Morrisons, retail, Sainsbury, Tesco

In the hopefully unlikely eventuality that your company executives still need convincing that the internet is going to transform your business, the past few days have provided further evidence of the accelerating changes brought about by consumers moving to the web.

Only last week, I...


January 3, 2013  4:50 PM

Six big questions for 2013

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Big Data, BYOD, consumerisation, Government IT, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Mobile, Windows 7, Windows 8

The big flaw in most of the IT predictions you will read at this time of year is that technology is no respecter of the calendar. Fast moving it may be, but it's not as if the issues faced by IT leaders have changed suddenly since we all departed for the season of festive overeating.


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