A focus on information systems development
Dating back to 1960s, Conway’s law suggests that organisations produce designs which mirror the company’s internal communication structures. Dr John McManus asks whether Conway’s Law – and other ideas – might help us to create designs that are more flexible.
2019: Security lockdown or hacker bonanza?
Reviewing some of 2019's cyber incidents Patrick O'Connor, principal systems analyst programmer, finds there are new lessons to be learned but old ones to be remembered in order to stay secure.
Is this the age of digital enlightenment?
Rubi Kaur FBCS MBA discusses how the digital world has transformed our lives beyond all recognition and considers the implications for those who can’t keep up with the tide of technological advancement.
Smart electric vehicle charging
What does IT have to do with the charging of electric vehicles? In this article, Harry Leeks, a graduate IT Analyst at National Grid, explains how IT plays a pivotal role in the electric vehicle charging market.
The RCN on the benefits of BCS membership