BCS Review 2005

Written by experts from across the IT profession, the BCS Review 2005 is informative, stimulating and an invaluable resource.

The Review contains an exclusive section of reports authored by senior executive officers and IT professionals from leading IT organisations, as well as independent consultants.

  • BCS
  • IT Strategy and Software Solutions
  • Professional Issues
  • IT Services
  • Networking
  • Applications Development Tools
  • Mobile Computing
  • IT Security
  • Data Management
  • mCommerce / eCommerce
  • Electronic Publishing
  • IT Training and Education

Highlights include an interesting piece in the security section drawing parallels between Houdini's escapology secrets and securing corporate data.

Software project best practice and configuration management strategies are covered, amongst other subjects, in the applications development tools section, and vital information on how to get a computer contract right is featured in the professional issues section.

The British Computer Society Review 2005