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January 6, 2012  11:50 AM

A New Year’s resolution for CIOs: start to look at start-ups

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
2012, Autonomy, cloud, Cloud Computing, Government IT, Skills, Start up, Strategy

So you've been back at work for a week now after the Christmas binge, and no doubt already you're fed up with 2012 prediction stories.

In true mea culpa mode, Computer Weekly is as guilty as anyone, as our first

March 24, 2011  10:57 AM

How to make sure this was a Budget for business IT

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Broadband, budget, Careers, CIO, government, Leadership, recruitment, Skills, SME, Start up

Chancellor George Osborne labelled the latest contents of his tattered red briefcase as a Budget for business, and if that proves to be the case then it would be a good one for the IT sector and IT professionals.

It's going to be a big "if" though.

On paper,


November 4, 2010  3:37 PM

Tech City: Nice idea, but we have bigger challenges if we want to take on Silicon Valley

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
BT, Cisco, Facebook, Google, Intel, Start up, VC

I feel like I should be enthused and positive about David Cameron's plan to turn parts of London's East End and the post-2012 Olympic Park near Stratford into the UK's version of...

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July 10, 2009  11:41 AM

Highlights of TechCrunch’s Europas

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
Europas, Start up, Techcrunch

Well it was interesting night at TechCrunch's Europas in London last night.

It was good fun and as always met some really interesting and innovative people like Divinia from


April 21, 2009  4:18 PM

Launching a startup in the US from the UK, the example of Hubdub

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
hubdub, launch, Start up, US

An interesting case study at today's TechCrunch GeeknRolla event in London was a presentation about launching a start up business in the US, whilst based in the UK.

Lesley Eccles, co founder of


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