IT Management Article Archive

  • Peter Hopton explores the physics and the factors that are slowing internet access today and presents a vision of a high speed, low power and low latency future.
  • Ian Hughes, Senior IoT Analyst at 451 Research and Chair BCS Animation and Games SG, stops playing Fortnite and asks what 5G might mean for the future of interactive entertainment.
  • Neil Whitley, senior software quality engineer, gives a view of software quality from within the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE).
  • In a world where technological advances can create an undesirable future, there is an ever stronger call for more ethical research. Responsible research and innovation are a must. Margherita Nulli, Bernd Stahl, Carolyn Ten Holter and Martin de Heaver report.
  • Security awareness is becoming increasingly important as devices are receiving, collecting and transferring personal data. Heetesh Chauhan and Christopher Middup MBCS suggest several key ways in which security may be improved throughout the internet of things.
  • Peter Wood FBCS, Director Emeritus, Falanx Group, discusses the threat landscape and how attack vectors are developing to exploit increasingly agile businesses.
  • David Bird FBCS explains how progressive machine-learning capabilities present new challenges for privacy and protective measures.
  • What do cybersecurity, compliance, and plain old curiosity have in common? They are all forces driving ongoing confusion in the field of ethics in IT. Bill Evans from One Identity puts aside the question of what IT experts can do, and asks: What should they do?
  • Svyatoslav Kotusev, an independent enterprise architecture researcher 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.