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Latest blog posts

  • Robina Chatham, Research Associate, Leading Edge Forum explains why raw technical and project management skills aren’t the only facets needed to ensure project success. Rather, human qualities are also essential
  • Investing in our education system and in capability are the keys to ensuring Brexit means a bright future, says Bill Mitchell - Director of Education at BCS
  • When the new Computing Curriculum came into effect in 2014, it was a much-needed revision. While the ICT Curriculum contained plenty of practical skills, much of it was also very outdated. But the challenge was not small - if ICT was like learning to drive a car, the new Computing Curriculum was akin to learning how to build one!

Latest videos

  • Guy Yaniv
    Guy Yaniv, CEO at Arkivum talks to Martin Cooper, BCS Content Manager, about his work in data management and data storage, the how’s and why’s of archiving, and the responsibility in safeguarding customer files.
  • Jamie Woodruff
    Jamie Woodruff is a Certified Ethical Hacker and Certified Penetration Testing Engineer from London. He specialises in social engineering. At a recent gathering of RITTech members in London, he discussed hacking tools, techniques and how even seemingly secure organisations can be laid bare.
  • Ben Shorrock
    Ben Shorrock supports Invest Bristol & Bath as their Digital Tech Specialist, talking to businesses globally about the opportunities available investing in the city region. Here he talks to Justin Richards MBCS about his work with Invest Bristol & Bath, entrepreneurship, start-ups and the challenges of working in a post-Brexit Europe.

Latest articles

  • We are promised new digital and technological advances - many now underway - to improve the way we work and live and that with these new innovations we will become a greener, more responsible society. However, as with any kind of advancement there is a price to pay.
  • Andy Kinnear explains why digitisation of the health and social care system is absolutely critical to the future of the NHS and why he’s passionate about establishing professional standards for informatics.
  • Stuart Clarke, Information Technology Security Officer, Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police, confirms that dealing with the insider threat is a tricky business, one that involves a number of technical measures.
  • Jamie Randall, founder of The Friendly Nerd and Technical Director of the IASME Consortium, argues that we need to give organisations the right kind of skills to prevent data breaches.