The ability to ensure a business is supported in an effective and efficient manner will not only improve the relationship with the IT department, but support the fast paced world we now live and work in.
March 2015 saw news that a new online system through which farmers could claim EU subsidies (or ‘Rural Payments’) had been suspended. Farmers were told to revert to submitting claims on paper. Computer Weekly had really good coverage of this.
Recently, I’ve been involved in a number of initiatives around future skill needs. Trying to define ICT skills in the context of finance, retail or professional services for instance is far from a trivial task.
As we start to see real-world examples of the internet of things, based on mass produced, low-cost technology it raises an interesting topic, at what point does technology become disposable? Gareth Baxendale FBCS CITP asks.