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  • 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.
  • Programming Code
    The recent Open Source 2014 conference highlighted the increasing adoption of open source in UK Public Sector. This growing trend should make us all sit up and take notice says Matt Lewis, Solution Architect (IBM).
  • Finger Pressing Touchscreen
    Gartner’s hype-cycle has augmented reality (AR) sliding down into the trough of disillusionment, which means it’s not far from the slope of enlightenment and subsequent productivity. How is AR being used in the enterprise now? Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
  • 3D Printing
    3D printing is one of the hottest things at the moment yet it still doesn’t have that killer use just yet. To get a better idea of what it is and what it can do, Henry Tucker MBCS met with Christopher Elsworthy from Bristol-based company Robox.
  • Trading Index
    There are no second places in trading, especially in the incredibly fast-paced landscape of high frequency and algorithmic trading as Gareth Richardson, Managing Director, Custom Connect UK, explains.
  • BCS Multimedia Editor Justin Richards talks to Andrew Dymond, CEO of Lightworx Media, about the 3D and 4D film industries, and holographic entertainment.
  • Software Icons
    While subscription-based software licencing has many merits, it’s not the panacea many enterprises assume. Peter Prestele, VP & General Manager EMEA, Flexera Software, explains why subscription-based licensing won’t take your licence compliance worries away.
  • Programming Language Code
    Dr Geoffrey Sharman FBCS CITP, Chair, BCS Advanced Programming Specialist Group, sums up the current trends in programming and developing applications.
  • Businessman using phone and laptop in park
    People like their own devices. They've usually chosen them for themselves, perhaps after extensive comparisons. That's one reason why many organisations have been following the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) route. But, as Brian Runciman MBCS explains, that is evolving.
  • 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.