Why we must teach computer history
Gary McNab, Code Show founder and computer history advocate, explains why teaching children the keyboard and mouse basics is essential in this tablet-focused world. He shares a little of his PC-passion with Johanna Hamilton AMBCS.
Bridging the gap: 5 takeaways on digital poverty
Digital poverty was the subject of a lively discussion on a recent BCS webinar - ‘Tackling the digital divide’. But solving the issue is more complicated than donating laptops to school children. Claire Penketh reports.
Starting your future career in IT
Zoë Spilberg and Stephen Tweed from BCS are joined by guests Anne Marie Imafidon MBE, Kolawole Ojo, Richard Amafonye FBCS and Adesina Simon Sodiya FNCS to discuss the BCS HEQ pathway, its impact in Nigeria and the burgeoning opportunity for careers in IT. Blair Melsom MBCS reports.
What attributes do CIOs look for when recruiting?
In conversation with Brian Runciman MBCS, BCS Head of Content & Insight, Richard Amafonye FBCS CIO of Wema Bank explains the three unexpected virtues needed to set yourself apart in the IT industry.
How the PC has evolved: from WarGames to wfh
The PC is dead, long live the PC!
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Changemageddon and the status quo
Social media must verify users’ ID to end online abuse according to BCS member poll