Interviews

BCS has carried out many interviews with key figures from the IT industry.

  • London Skyline
    One of the ways in which companies can grow is to join an accelerator. Toby Kress runs the London Accelerator. He spoke to Henry Tucker MBCS about it.
  • Louise Bennett
    Chair of the BCS Security Community of Expertise, Dr Louise Bennett, talks about big data, the challenges associated it and why the data needs to be kept securely.
  • Johnny Carpenter
    BCS Multimedia editor Justin Richards talks to Johnny Carpenter, UK Director, iland about cloud computing and recent developments in the IT industry.
  • Paul Hula
    BCS Multimedia Editor Justin Richards recently spoke to IT consultant Paul Hula about project management, the current state of programming and his work in health informatics.
  • Kevin Streater
    Kevin Streater, Vice-Chair of BCS Council sheds more light on running for council and what the body does and recent activities.
  • Zahid Jiwa
    BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards talks to Zahid Jiwa, VP Sales UK and Ireland, OutSystems, about a number of topics including the hybrid cloud, user experience, the current state of the software industry and advanced technology systems.
  • Sean Newman
    BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards talks to Sean Newman, Security Strategist at Cisco about the current and near future security landscape.
  • BCS Multimedia Editor Justin Richards talks to Andrew Dymond, CEO of Lightworx Media, about the 3D and 4D film industries, and holographic entertainment.
  • Blair Erickson
    Justin Richards recently spoke to Blair Erickson, Director of the 3D film Banshee Chapter - a film that’s been picking up critical acclaim and taking the festival circuit by storm - about shooting in 3D, the future of stereoscopic cinema, the digital democratisation of filmmaking and crowd-funding.
  • Yota Dimitriadi
    BCS Press Officer, Amanda Matheson recently attended the Lovelace Colloquium at Reading University and spoke to a number of the attendees and organisers regarding their involvement with the event and about their own perceptions of women working in the IT arena.