Does the assurance of surpassing caveat emptor require a new breed of tech professional?
New technology or applications are often made available to organisations - and indeed individuals, on the basis of caveat emptor. The implication being that it will have a considerable, successful, impact on the user’s life, writes Dr Stephen J Pratt FBCS, Director of Teaching and Learning at Swansea University.
4 steps to holistic data centre design and operation
From data centre infrastructure efficiency (DCIE), to power usage effectiveness (PUE), there are many considerations which ultimately impact the cost to build, operate and scale a facility, writes Darren Watkins, managing director for VIRTUS Data Centres.
How do you manage an invisible workforce?
A recent BCS LinkedIn poll revealed that mental health was at the top of managers’ list of WFH concerns. As author and troubleshooter Carole Osterweil explains, mental health is something you ignore at your peril!
How robotic process automation can drive business transformation
Figures from investigators working at The London School of Economics (LSE) show that Robotic process automation (RPA) can deliver a return-on-investment (ROI) around 200%, writes Faisal Iftikhar, VP Global Head of Automation at Ciklum.
Bridging the gap: 5 takeaways on digital poverty
Sewing and the art of computational thinking
Starting your future career in IT
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