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  • As a teacher and parent I believe there is an urgent need to improve digital literacy in primary schools, providing children with a benchmark of key skills prior to secondary school.
  • Kate Russell
    It is a sad fact of life today that while women make up around 46% of the UK workforce, they are extremely poorly represented in the STEM professions - in other words science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
  • At capgemini we have long been committed to nurturing young talent and a key part of that is offering a Digital Apprenticeship programme enabling young people to build both the academic and practical skills necessary for success in the tech sector, while also helping to create the talent needed to boost the UK’s digital economy.
  • Joshua Uwadiae
    Joshua Uwadiae, the 22-year-old co-founder of newly launched fitness app 'WeGym' has come a long way since his school days...
  • Max Mazonowicz
    We recently sent a survey out to around 30,000 of you asking for your views on the products and services that you receive as part of your BCS membership.
  • Chris Yapp Blog Avatar
    Computers can play a dominant game of chess, drive cars and even write a ropey film script. AI’s future isn’t however guaranteed as what works in one culture may not translate well to another.
  • Swapnil Agarwal
    Swapnil Agarwal, Managing Director of Add-On Training, India, talks about his journey with BCS to become a training provider and attain BCS Partner status.
  • Speaking at the World Mobile Conference in Barcelona, in February this year, Mark Zuckerberg commented ‘We’re making a long term bet that immersive, virtual and augmented reality will become part of people’s daily lives’ and his prediction is coming to fruition.
  • David Evans
    With the UK on a path to exiting the European Union, a world-leading digital infrastructure becomes more important than ever as the UK has to compete with the entire world, rather than simply European partners. Broadband is an essential part of that, and today we’ve had yet another report on progress.
  • Sarah Burnett, Vice President at Everest Group, and BCSWomen Deputy Chair, looks at what the IT industry could learn from the rise of women in UK politics.

Featured blogs

  • A blog on books, authors and subjects that relate to our publishing.
  • BCS’s Group CEO casts his eye over IT, computer science, the role of the Institute in digital society and more.
  • Thoughts and findings on big data and social networking trends, infused with some parallels around music and solution architecture.
  • The BCS Customer Experience team lift the lid on their approach to improving your membership.
  • A regular look at how digital leaders can embrace and embed organisational change through their people.
  • A look at why and how everyone can benefit from digital skills.
  • The context, stakeholders and technologies of DRM.
  • The BCS Editors' blog.
  • FutureTech-FutureSoc
  • Thoughts on membership, the profession, and the occasional pseudo-random topic from the policy and community director.
  • Musings about people, process and performance and how you too can excel in IT service management.
  • A blog of the interesting, amusing and downright weird in IT.
  • Views on Project Management in Context.