A fantastic opportunity for all SME business leaders and IT management!
3 hours of SME intelligence and advice headed up by the BCS Head of Apprenticeships, John Pritchard with guest speakers from IBM and the Digital Policy Alliance covering latest initiatives such as the Digital IT Apprenticeship Standards.
Join Michael Dieroff as he discusses The Security Skills Partnership pilot focusing on some of the darker hacking aspects of the web and the use of skilled groups of collaborative people combating these darker groups
Speaker: Michael Dieroff, Managing Director, Blue Screen IT Ltd
Cloud computing is on everyone’s radar, whether it be just a passing interest, for use as proof of concept experimentation or for real-world operational use.
The session will have a look at different cloud models, tools required, how different application models impact decisions made now and how organisations can plan for a cloud that will support them over the long term – rather than just now
The business world is experiencing an unprecedented increase in the amount of data that business capture and store which is combined with improvements in sophisticated algorithms and our computational ability to process them.
This session will consider the increasing importance of the role of the analyst and their ability to manipulate the data, extract information from it, engage with the decision makers and control the process
Speaker: Rune Rasmussen, BCS Data Analysis leader and risk monitoring expert
John Sansbury, BCS Author and SIAM Examination Panel Member
John Sansbury is the Principal Consultant at Infrassistance, the company that ‘Takes service management to the next level.’
With the benefit of 25 years in corporate life working in the IT department of Philips and London Electricity (now EDF), John became Head of Practice for a global consultancy for ten years prior to establishing Infrassistance, the only company in the world to offer a one-day, onsite ITIL Foundation course.
Clive Longbottom is the founder and research director of analyst firm Quocirca. Clive trained as a chemical engineer and having spent many years in industry, he recognises that technology is only useful if it does what it has to do – support an organisation in its desired outcomes.