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May 23, 2014  1:28 PM

The new CIO reality – reputational risk from IT problems will be a big factor in the changing role

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
BBC, CIO, Cyber security, DMI, Ebay, Hackers, Information security, security breach, Target

It's not been a great week for public perceptions of technology.

First, yet another major sporting event had problems selling tickets. The Glasgow Commonwealth Games...

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January 31, 2014  4:33 PM

It isn’t easy being agile, as Universal Credit and BBC DMI have learned

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, BBC, digital, DMI, Software development, Universal Credit

It is becoming a truism that if you want to be a digital business, you need to adopt agile software development.

It's certainly true that most pure-play e-commerce companies are built around agile thinking, as are most tech startups. And there is growing acceptance in big corporates...


August 3, 2012  10:59 AM

Making the Olympics a showcase for IT

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Atos, BBC, Cisco, Cloud Computing, IOC

So far, the London 2012 Olympics has been a triumph all round. An amazing opening ceremony, Team GB gold medals sprinkled generously around, and even the transport system has coped.

Ironically, one area that has come in for criticism - albeit at a low level - has been aspects of the...


December 7, 2009  10:17 AM

More questions than answers on government IT overhaul

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
BBC, BT, CSC, government, IT Strategy, NHS, Outsourcing

It is looking like a very big week ahead for government IT.

A few words from chancellor Alistair Darling on the BBC yesterday have already thrown the future of the £12.7bn NHS...

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March 17, 2009  10:37 AM

15 questions that the BBC should answer in relation to its botnet special

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
BBC, Botnet, crbercrime, Security

Robert Carolina also supplied me with 15 questions the BBC should answer in relation to its investigation into botnets and cybercrime.


June 6, 2008  9:25 AM

Broadband speeds – BBC coverage and Ofcom report. Coincidence or good timing?

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
BBC, Ofcom

I loved the BBC's coverage of broadband speeds this week. On Tuesday morning they got 30,000 people to participate in their broadband speeds exercise, resulting in this interactive map. A mash-up of comments and recorded speeds of...

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April 11, 2008  11:37 AM

Video: weekly video round-up to end the week

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
BBC, iplayer, Video

This week's round-up focuses on online video.... well of course it does its a video round-up, doh! But I mean the platforms for different types of online video that was in headlines this week, such as the BBC iPlayer. The most popular streamed programme since the iPlayer launched was the first...


April 10, 2008  9:34 PM

Flickr joins in online video but not everyone likes it

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
BBC, Flickr, Video


April 9, 2008  12:13 PM

Are you for or against the BBC’s iPlayer

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
bandwith, BBC, iplayer, Networks

As a publishing business, I guess the debate over the BBC's iPlayer (which in a quick straw poll in our office is a highly rated service) and who should pay for it is a particularly interesting one. The figures are a testament to its success.


March 3, 2008  4:07 PM

Patient database access – exclusive on Computer Weekly.

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
BBC, exclusive, NPfIT

Computer Weekly was mentioned on the Today programme, BBC's flagship radio news programme this morning for Tony Collins's exclusive story about another potential scandal with


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