Organisations and individuals must come together to shape the future of how personal data is treated
Adam Thilthorpe, BCS Director of Professionalism, looks at what we might expect in 2016
Employers need to change some attitudes to cultivate the skills for future disruption
Rising public mistrust demands more transparency and more control for individuals over their data
We're in a technology arms race defined by capability – how do we ensure that we have the capability we need to innovate?
We need to address diversity or we will miss out on talent in an era when there is a skills shortage already
You cannot outsource understanding of the organisation and how it innovates
Every IT professional has the ability to shape our digital world
If you were to design government now, from scratch, what would be the minimum viable product?
The UK is lagging behind the US and rest of Europe in utilising social media and creating a true internet-era political party
How do we continue to motivate our teams, year in year out, from project to project?
The world of recruitment in IT is changing and must create greater diversity says the BCS
We should be working to not only develop the technology, but also tackle the subsequent questions of data privacy
Understand how your customers behave and also understand how your team behave, want to work and work best
The challenge for today's CIO is to have the capability and insight to disrupt your organisation before someone does it for you