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Why all the fuss about AI?

Blog  What happens when you put modern processing power and data storage and reliable communications to cloud based services behind 40 year old AI processes, repackage the results to get protection under US IPR law and then add a flow of press releases from academics hungry for research funds, start-ups h...

Last updated: Aug 21, 2018   8:03 AM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      Uncategorized
Is AI ethics enough of a niche for the UKs economic strategy?

Blog  The House of Lords report on AI and UK economy and society came out this week, with the guardedly bullish title: AI in the UK: ready, willing and able? The question mark is moot. I think a strong case can be reasonably made that the government has been using AI as a fig leaf to cover the econ...

Last updated: Apr 20, 2018   12:44 AM GMT  |  Blog: Data Matters
Fintech Interview: Part 11 AimBrain

Blog  The latest installment of my Fintech Interview series features biometric identity management software supplier AimBrain. The story began four years ago when an interim at chipmaker Arm got inspired by a project which had been scrapped after the research and development phase. AimBrain is currently...

Last updated: Jan 18, 2019   12:48 AM GMT  |  Blog: Fintech makes the world go around
Has the UK government's cloud-first policy served its purpose?

Blog  The government has confirmed its long-standing public cloud-first policy is under review, and that it is seeking to launch an alternative procurement framework to G-Cloud. But why? It is hard not to read too much into all the change occurring in the public sector cloud procurement space at the mome...

Last updated: May 9, 2019   3:39 PM GMT  |  Blog: Ahead in the Clouds
Women in code series: Cornelia Davis

Blog  The Computer Weekly Developer Network and Open Source Insider team want to talk code and coding. But more than that, we want to talk coding across the diversity spectrum so lets get the tough part out of the way and talk about the problem. If all were fair and good in the world, it wouldn...

Last updated: Sep 23, 2019   7:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
Delivering the digital infrastructure for Dot Everyone - The F Plan

Blog   I was not able to watch this year's Dimbleby Lecture when it happened but over the Easter week-end I made time to watch the challenge that Martha Lane-Fox made to the Dimbleby's (and the other media figures and journalists present) to help educate politicians and industry leaders on the actions nee...

Last updated: Apr 7, 2015   10:55 AM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      21CN, BDUK, Big Data
UPDATED: My Panologic Evaluation

Blog  This week I spent some (not all) of my time playing about with a Panologic Device. [Oh, and contrary to popular belief - they didn't pay me to do this, and I didn't ask for any money. I all asked for was a the device and software so I could play. Remember, after years of documenting VMware technolo...

Last updated: May 28, 2010   8:04 AM GMT  |  Blog: RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix
What "i" want in 2009

Blog  Over the years the "i" people have wanted for many things. The want list is long and heavy every year with the same things, and every year like a fat person on a diet for the first two days of the year, it falls apart the first time you drive by Krispy Kreame and the "HOT" light is on. Every year ...

Last updated: Dec 29, 2008   6:39 PM GMT  |  Blog: System i Blogger
ldifde utility on Windows Server 2003

Answer  Using ldifde utility I want to transfer below mentioned things from one domain ( to other domain or Export the OU from one domain and export it to other domain through ldifde -f output.ldf utility I export the domain and when I want to import to other domain through below mention...

Last updated: Mar 3, 2010   5:46 AM GMT   |    Domain Administration, LDIFDE, Microsoft Windows Server 2003
UK open contracts pledges

Blog   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------2011.07.07.Prime minister letter to Cabinet ministers--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Central government contracts are being published in full, claim- - - - - - - - - - - -...

Last updated: Mar 24, 2015   11:45 AM GMT  |  Blog: Public Sector IT   |      Uncategorized
Why IoT needs startup studios

Blog  The idea of startup studios is becoming more popular, and with good reason. There are fundamental repeatable processes that can equate to substantial leverage when creating a startup from within a studio. Moreover, the idea that the internet of things is a significant and broad advance of technology...

Last updated: Jan 28, 2019   3:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Business model, Incubator, Integration
Richard Snow on hosted contact centers

Blog  Considering a hosted contact center? There are plenty of considerations for picking the right vendor. In this podcast, we discuss how to determine your key evaluation criteria when selecting a hosted call center provider. Hear tips on creating the proper RFP and crafting an airtight SLA, and find ou...

Last updated: Apr 6, 2010   2:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Voices of CRM
What difference will the election result make to the Digital World?

Blog   The first and most obvious difference that the election has made is that sterling and the stock market have both risen: with telecoms (BT and Colt) and outsourcing companies (Capita, MITIE and Serco) rising above the trend. The general rise indicates that the pressure on public finances is unlikely...

Last updated: May 11, 2015   4:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      4G, 5G, apprenticeships
Skills for the world of the future: AI, Big Data, Robotics etc.

Blog  Over the past few weeks we have had much hype of the effect of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Robotics on the world of work and the subjects we should be teaching our chidren. Almost exactly 35 years ago, Donald Michie, the "father" of research into machine intelligence, was given a free hand...

Last updated: Aug 28, 2017   11:26 AM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      Artificial intelligence, Robotics, Training
Is the UK IT profession crumbling at our feet like the car industry did?

Blog   On Monday I blogged about a survey that a reader had created. The aim of the survey is to get to the bottom of the skills shortage debate in the UK. There is a lot of disagreement on this. There have been 41 respondents in a couple of days and we are beginning to paint a picture of the IT sector in...

Last updated: Jan 12, 2011   11:59 AM GMT  |  Blog: Investigating Outsourcing   |      ICTs, Offshoring, Scream
Are self-assessments the right way to go?

Blog  About a decade ago a family member chastised me for having an auto repair shop do my oil changes for me. She (yeah, youre reading that right she) pointed out how ridiculously easy it was to drain the old oil, replace it with the new stuff and check a wide variety of fluid levels, conn...

Last updated: Sep 21, 2012   3:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: Regulatory Reality
Give Cerner a chance says ex-Royal Free employee

Blog   Responding to a feature-length article in The Guardian on the NHS IT scheme, Alex Homersham, who worked at the Royal Free in Hampstead when the Cerner Millennium system went live last June, says it's unfair to criticise a system that's still in its infancy. Homersham says in a letter to the Guardia...

Last updated: Jul 15, 2009   10:55 AM GMT  |  Blog: Public Sector IT   |      NPfIT, project failures, Project management
Profit lures London councils into IT sales venture

Blog   Two London councils have embarked on a scheme to sell IT services for profit after concluding their cost-saving backoffice merger could grab them a big slice of the 144bn local government market.Giving their project the code-name Romulus, after the rapacious founder of the ancient City of Rome, t...

Last updated: Apr 17, 2014   5:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: Public Sector IT   |      Uncategorized
Why do we never learn? The pre-conditions for public sector systems success

Blog   This afternoon I was at a meeting discussing why it appears almost impossible to follow good practice when it comes to flagship public sector IT systems. I agreed to "blog" my article for "Transformation", the magazine of the National School of Government, Spring 2008. By t...

Last updated: Jan 17, 2011   9:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      iMIS
Education and training to help build the future, not just preserve the past

Blog  Unless you understand the past you cannot make sense of the present let alone make sensible preparations for an uncertain future. Unfortunately most discussion on education and training policy is based on mythology about the past, systemically flawed measures of success/failure with regard to the pr...

Last updated: Sep 5, 2018   3:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics
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