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  • Lightbulb On Top Of Money
    BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards interviews Rana Bhattacharya, Chief Architect for Retail and Digital, Nationwide, about his career and his current work at Nationwide.
  • Doctor Using Watson Software
    With its ability to ingest huge amounts of unstructured data and to see patterns, IBM’s Watson machine learning platform has the potential to revolutionise medicine. Martin Cooper AMBCS meets its makers and reports.
  • Jogger Checking Watch
    Sarah Pearce, partner at Cooley LLP, reports on the current trends for wearable tech and asks if wearable tech really has a bright future.
  • Man programming code on a computer monitor
    The language of software development has seeped into the everyday business lexicon. Indeed organisations of all sorts, far beyond ‘pure’ IT, need to pay attention to software development. Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • A single black sheep among white sheep
    Mike O'Neill MBCS believes that any successful college of IT needs to be generously seeded with people whose background takes in life and business skills acquired away from the analysis and algorithm-led world inhabited by the IT professional.
  • Cyclists Racing
    Lycra-clad Tom Denwood, Executive Director at the Health and Social Care Information Centre and BCS Health Vice Chair (Policy and Strategy), examines the cycling, the health and wellbeing apps phenomenon.
  • BBC Micro
    As a true product of the 80's the BBC Micro arrived in a cream case, with striking piano black keys contrasted by the vivid red function keys across the top and a dot-matrix like Owl emblazoned in the corner reminding you of your wisdom in choosing this machine over the Sinclair Spectrum.
  • Hand Holding Stopwatch
    With the increased cost and complexity of modern IT estates, effective testing plays an ever increasing role in a successful project launch. With this in mind, Will Killin MBCS, ARM Ltd's IT Test Manager, explains how to add value during testing times.
  • Smartwatch
    The iWatch may soon be a huge success and make in-roads into all corners of our lives. But what have wearables done so far? Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • BMW App Being Used On Smartwatch
    When Henry Tucker went to CES2014 one of the things he was most impressed by were Audi’s computer controlled cars. You could park them simply by pressing a button on your smartphone.