As planning for the Olympic Park pushes ahead, Sony’s Simon Nash reveals the value of workflow in today’s sophisticated security systems
...security for a modern world
Internet World 2007 and the co-located Enterprise Content Management Show are being held at Earl's Court in London from May 1-3. Here is a preview of what’s in-store this year
Fingerprinting trials are allowing officers to make better informed decisions by knowing whether an individual is wanted or dangerous, so what could this pilot mean for the future?
Dennis Keeling, CEO of the Business Application Software Developers’ Association summarises the changes that are most likely to affect financial software users for the remainder of 2007
Andrew Ireland, group director of Children’s Services at Havering looks at the realities of implementing the Children’s Act
Ray Whitehouse, head of business systems at Havering LBC, discusses the National eService Delivery Standards
GT speaks to Tim Rainey of ICT about how local government can learn to create effective project governance
Arthur Doolittle’s famous phrase was “Morals – can’t afford ‘em Guvnor”; a dangerous approach, as it is with skills, argues Alan Bellinger, director of the Institute of IT Training
Large systems always fail, but only because we let them, says Brian Hambling of the British Computer Society, therefore software testing is an effective risk management tool
Innovative software makes energy monitoring a breeze
New technologies that foster smarter, more agile and productive ways of working are in high demand. Particularly across the government and public sector, with cost efficiency, office consolidations and budget cuts abound.
What exactly does it mean to be ‘GDPR compliant?’ The British Security Industry Association's Don Robbins discusses
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