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  • Laptop on a garden bench
    In February 2001, a group of 17 unconventional individuals got together to write the agile manifesto, which launched the agile movement.
  • Business people discussing work on laptop at a meeting
    BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, recently ran a focus group to explore the current employer attitudes to digital skills (digital literacy) within UK workplaces and to promote digital literacy as a key employability skill. Richard French explains more.
  • Silver Surfers
    Ever wondered how many of the older adults accept and use online social networks such as, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter? Jyoti Choudrie FBCS and Amit Vyas at the University of Hertfordshire Business School wondered the same thing and found that adoption is wider than they expected.
  • Kettle
    Simon E Cook CITP, an ITIL v3 expert, looks at what he considers to be the most important aspect of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL).
  • Tennis Racket and Tennis Balls
    ITIL Expert Simon Cook MBCS CITP asks what we mean by ‘IT service’. The word ‘service’ is used a lot, but more often than not the context is different.

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