IT Management Article Archive

  • Svyatoslav Kotusev, from the School of Business IT and Logistics at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, reports on TOGAF Version 9.2.
  • Harold Thimbleby, See Change Digital Health Fellow at Swansea University, takes a look at computer error in the health sector, and considers the challenges faced in ensuring a change for the better.
  • The BCS editorial team spoke with Johann Botha MBCS about how VeriSM is developing, how it will continue to evolve and what this means for digital businesses looking to manage their transformation.
  • Charlotte Walker-Osborn, Partner and Head of Technology Sector (Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP) and Callum Hayes, a regional lawyer on secondment from ARM Limited, give us an insight into some of the key ethical issues surrounding AI technologies.
  • Alex Bardell, Richard Lanyon-Hogg, Denise Oram and Bob Crooks from the BCS Green IT Specialist Group explain how technology can make our lives better, but only if we make IT that’s kinder to the planet.
  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now upon us and mentions security a number of times, but what does this really mean for IT and security teams? Ian Edwards MBCS, Information Security Analyst at Markerstudy Group, takes a look in more detail.
  • John Mitchell delves into the differences between ethics and morality and questions the presence of either in a hacker’s white-hat motivations.
  • Forget server rooms, iMacs and enterprise scale infrastructure. Sean O’Neil is saving lives in the Ivory Coast with a handful of £35 single-board computers and some tightly engineered open source code. He tells Martin Cooper MBCS the story.
  • Dr Richard Piggin MBCS, from SNC Lavalin’s Atkins business, discusses the Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive which was implemented in May 2018.
  • Darren Roberts, Senior Computer Auditor at SWAP, reveals a test he devised to assess the security of an organisation, both inside and out.