Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

August, 2014

August 21, 2014  12:51 PM

Technology on trial – justice system could do better at finding digital fingerprints

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
digital, mobile apps, police, social media

I've just completed jury duty - my first real-life experience of the English judicial process. It's a fascinating thing to do - I would recommend it to anyone. But it was also an eye opener for the role of technology as evidence in a case.

This is based on just one trial in which I was...

August 20, 2014  4:49 PM

Standing up for government IT – despite the e-Borders fiasco

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, Cabinet office, e-borders, GDS, Government IT, Home Office, IT skills, raytheon, Universal Credit

It may be an unfashionable thing to do this week, but I'd like to stand up for government IT.

Whitehall IT has been under particular scrutiny lately, eliciting a Financial...

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August 7, 2014  12:59 PM

UK needs a digital infrastructure for 2030 and beyond, not 2020

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
4G, 5G, Broadband, digital, government, Mobile, Ofcom

Coverage of Ofcom's latest annual report on the state of communications in the UK shows that much of the so-called establishment in the country still look at technology with...

August 4, 2014  2:44 PM

The new computing curriculum starts next month – don’t waste this opportunity

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Digital skills, Education, recruitment, Skills

While children are off enjoying their summer holidays, the last thing they want to hear is about next term. But in a few weeks, the school year they return to in September will be one of the most important for the future of IT in the UK.

The much-heralded

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