What if Jane Austen had been a geek?
‘It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good computer, must be in want of an app.’ Jacqui Hogan CITP MBCS takes a playful but thought-provoking tour through Jane Austen’s life and work and asks how the writer might have woven today’s technology into her fiction.
Digital poverty and digital capital
COVID-19 has underlined the importance of access to and comfort with technology. Dave Donaghy FRSA argues that addressing this means thinking of both digital poverty and digital capital and explores the impacts of these and what could be done.
The Ferranti Mark 1: Its public and secret life
Simon Lavington FBCS, Emeritus Professor of Computer Science at the University of Essex, tells Martin Cooper MBCS about his passion for computer history the story of a very important computer.
Embracing emerging technologies for business success
Digital strategist Kate Baucherel, author of Blockchain Hurricane: Origins, Applications and Future of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (Business Expert Press, 2020) examines the importance of lifelong learning in harnessing increasingly rapid innovations in tech.
2020: In the year of the pandemic, digital infections also stretch resources
How to build a successful information security awareness programme
Upskilling during a pandemic: how to choose the right training