IT Management Article Archive

  • Martin Cooper MBCS RITTech talks with XL Catlin’s Hélène Stanway about how blockchain will allow some types of risks to be priced in near real time.
  • Adam Simmonds, Cloud and Identity Architect from Coventry City Council, explores the diverse approaches of smart cities across a variety of international cities, reminding us that becoming a smart city is a journey, not a status.
  • Dinesh Abeywickrama MBCS provides an overview of cloud computing and explains the categories of service one finds ‘on the cloud’.
  • Understanding project failure is the first step to putting project management right. Elizabeth Harrin FAPM explores why businesses and leaders are so slow to learn the past's most important lessons.
  • GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA2018) came into force in May 2018. Four months on, Charlotte Walker-Osborn and Gayle McFarlane, from law firm Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, give us some thoughts on the legislation with an additional focus on biometrics in context of the legislation.
  • Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular. But what are its implications on search? Jochen L Leidner MBCS, Director of Research at Thomson Reuters, reports.
  • Long-term writer of the BCS Future Tech blog, Chris Yapp, is stepping down. Here we present his final blog, plus some highlights from the fantastic blogs he has produced for us. His insight will be sorely missed.
  • Iakov Fedoseenko MBCS, Technology Strategy & Architecture Consultant at Arup Digital, explores the business outcomes that cloud technologies can bring to the industry.
  • Prof. Steven Furnell FBCS and Prof. Nathan Clarke FBCS, from the University of Plymouth, examine the rise of biometrics in modern society, with particular focus upon the potential to ease the authentication burden on mobile devices.
  • Concerns about IoT security are on the rise. Harsha Kalutarage, Bhargav Mitra and Robert McCausland, R&D Engineers at Queen’s University, Belfast, discuss how lightweight anomaly detection could provide an additional armour for the internet of things (IoT).