Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

January, 2017


January 27, 2017  12:56 PM

A successful industrial strategy for UK tech depends on people, not politics

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Digital economy, Digital government, Education, IT innovation, IT skills, IT training, Stem

The mere existence of an industrial strategy for the UK – especially one that prioritises science, technology and innovation - is a hugely positive step for everyone in IT. But it’s...

January 19, 2017  11:58 AM

The insurmountable Catch-22 of Davos discussing technology risks

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
ai, Artificial intelligence, Automation, Davos, Digital disruption, Employment, IT skills, Skills, Uber, WEF

We should take some encouragement that this week’s gathering of the powerful, the rich and the even richer in Davos chose technology risks as one of its key agenda items for...


January 16, 2017  10:52 AM

Wake up to the nightmare of things

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
Uncategorized

Wearables, smart homes, smart buildings, smart cities and autonomous vehicles are among the technological breakthroughs that are starting to gain traction. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas gives a glimpse of what the tech pioneers think will be hot in coming years, and the era of...


January 9, 2017  1:28 PM

Could it be time for CIOs to break free?

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
Uncategorized

A new year brings new challenges, but the CIO faces the same issue every year – to drive the business’s technology agenda while doing more with less overall budget. Computer Weekly’s annual


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