Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

June, 2016


June 27, 2016  3:03 PM

After Brexit, we have a legacy government – so let’s build a new one based on digital technology

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Brexit, Government IT

Nobody today has the faintest idea what our government is going to look like or how it will work in a post-Brexit world. We are at least two years, possibly more, away from a...

June 27, 2016  1:37 PM

Brexit silver linings exist for UK technology – but they are hard to find

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Brexit, cloud, Digital economy, EU, IT budget, It spending

If there’s one thing you can credit the UK tech sector for, it’s a generally long-term view of the future. In this time of huge Brexit uncertainty, that pragmatism is perhaps the...

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June 24, 2016  9:26 AM

Where are all the women in UK technology?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Diversity, IT gender roles, IT jobs, IT leadership, it management, IT recruitment, IT skills, Women in Technology

Since Computer Weekly launched its list of the most influential women in UK IT in 2011, the number of initiatives championing and


June 15, 2016  1:10 PM

Remaining in the EU is essential if the UK wants to be a global technology leader

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Brexit, Broadband, CIO, Digital economy, Digital skills, DigitalEurope, EU, Europe, European Commission, innovation, IT skills, Startups, tech startups

Here at Computer Weekly, we want what’s best for the UK tech sector and the people who work there – that’s why we believe that remaining in the European Union (EU) is vital at such a critical time in the transformation of our industry. But...


June 9, 2016  3:30 PM

The voter registration website crash – fingers point to software problems …and the Foreign Office

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
cloud, GDS, Government IT, Software development, Website, Website design, Website maintenance

The government has not yet released an official explanation for the crash of the UK voter registration website earlier this week – but Computer Weekly has learned the likely cause. How ironic it is, that the subsequent...

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June 7, 2016  10:23 AM

HPE has its day in court, only years too late

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
HPE

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is having its day in Court, looking for $3 bn in damages from its long-term business partner, Oracle. This complaint is about some pretty old technology. Years ago, HP, as it was then called, worked with Intel to develop a new range of native 64-bit microprocessors,...


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