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Latest blog posts

  • Jude Umeh Blog Avatar
    Just as with getting tattoos or removing them, (hint: both equally painful experiences), the furore over a recent European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on the Right To Be Forgotten, (aka #RTBF), appears to be one that will hurt regardless of which end of the ruling you support.
  • Karen Manning
    Even short projects need accurate plans and a managed schedule.
  • Chris Yapp Blog Avatar
    Remember the heady days of the 1990s when we could say ‘the internet will change everything?’ Come forward a few years and remember the Arab Spring being described as revolution by social media?

Latest videos

  • The 2014 BCS Karen Sparck Jones Lecture was given by Professor Dame Wendy Hall. The title of her talk was ‘How to enjoy a career in computing: the power of networks’.
  • Yota Dimitriadi
    BCS Press Officer, Amanda Matheson recently attended the Lovelace Colloquium at Reading University and spoke to a number of the attendees and organisers regarding their involvement with the event and about their own perceptions of women working in the IT arena.
  • Terence Stephenson
    Justin Richards, Multimedia Editor, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, recently spoke to four key supporters of the Professional Records Standards Body (PRSB), about the importance of this relatively new professional body and why it is so unique.
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Latest articles

  • Results from a recent study conducted by Arthur D. Little and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology indicate that by 2020, the business model of the pharmaceutical industry will be transformed by digital health. With this in mind Thilo Kaltenback, Arthur Little Healthcare, looks at the impact of digital health on the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Mark Reeves, SVP International for Entrust, examines the so called ‘facts’ behind the myth that mobile devices are less secure than desktop PCs.
  • The way people work is changing fast - and competitive companies need to keep up. On site and remote employees alike rely on conferencing, multimedia, and instant messaging to get their jobs done.
  • Over the past 25 years IT service management has evolved into a set of well-defined processes and procedures, with most of the industry adopting ITIL; the IT Infrastructure Library developed on behalf of the UK government.