Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

July, 2016


July 29, 2016  10:34 AM

No matter what happens next, GDS’s long-term future is not assured

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Cabinet office, Digital strategy, dwp, GDS, HMRC

No matter what happens next for the Government Digital Service (GDS), you can assume three things will be true: 1 - The Cabinet Office will make...

July 26, 2016  3:03 PM

BT needs to go the extra mile, to keep the last mile

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Broadband, BT, btopenreach, Ofcom, Openreach, telecoms

Imagine this. It’s the early years of the 20th century. While many people still get around using a horse and trap, cars have become affordable and more and more people are buying them. It’s clear to everyone that cars are going to replace horses in the next decade. And it’s equally obvious...


July 20, 2016  6:01 PM

How digital will Theresa May’s government be?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
"David Cameron", "Theresa May", .gov.uk, Digital economy, GAAP, GDS, Government IT

Now that the UK government – well, apart from the Labour party - seems to be returning to some semblance of business as usual following the extraordinary political upheavals of recent weeks, the tech community will be wondering where digital issues stand in new prime minister Theresa May’s...


July 15, 2016  3:29 PM

Open source collaboration is give and take

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
Open source

Earlier this year, Computer Weekly had the privilege of visiting JP Morgan’s development centre in Glasgow. It was the first time the site had opened its doors to a publication. The centre is a hub of innovation, tapping into the rich vein of talent in the Scottish city and its universities....


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