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  • When it comes to building talent management strategies, it is often easy to overlook the obvious.
  • Chris Yapp Blog Avatar
    What do you think is the area that advances in ICT will, or should, have the biggest impact on in the next decade? For individuals, I think that health may be the major sector for change, but I would choose smart cities as my ‘next big thing’.
  • Jason Green of Building Zones talks about what it takes to win the BCS IT Industry Award for Network/Infrastructure Project of the Year.
  • Brian Runciman
    I recently hosted a video debate for BCS on the IT skills gap. One of the problems with this sort of subject is that it can engender a we’ve-been-here-before-and-we’ll-be-here-again style sigh.
  • Neil Johnston, Group Technical Operations Director, iomart, who were highly commended for their software-defined data centre in the BCS IT Awards, explains their next generation cloud services.
  • Brian Runciman
    It’s not often that Seinfeld and first person shooter (FPS) video games come together, but they do when looking at the uses of anxiety induction in virtual environments.
  • Project Eye likes to collect all-purpose profound statements that can be dropped into a project-related discussion at key moments. It is important that the profound statement should sound good, but also be essentially meaningless, as this makes arguing against it difficult if not impossible.
  • Seven years ago, a talk given to the UK Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) became the catalyst for one of the most useful and bestselling books for today’s business analysts.
  • I am writing this piece based on my experience of 15 years working on private and public sector IT projects, including as an e-learning Business Analyst for the past seven of those.
  • Within the last four years, goal-line technology has been developed, tested and implemented into the highest forms of the game. Yet, with all this development, was it really worth it?

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