A summary of his previous six blogs by Chris Winter.
Adrian Murphy blogs on an unsung hero’s vital war work and the key contribution he made to the development of the modern computer.
Chris Winter on whether the ESG business framework is a potential ‘silver bullet’ to significantly improve the accessibility of digital services?
Stephen Baker blogs on the challenges of a major outsourcing project at GSK in 2004.
Ann Moffatt remembers an early example of using IT for the management of strategic change, in this case hospital design and construction.
In this blog Chris Winter starts to discuss how to improve the accessibility of websites.
Here Chris Winter discusses the ‘Green Agenda’.
In this blog entry Chris Winter continues to focus on the size of problem, encompassing colour blindness and other areas. Future blog entries will begin to explore solutions.
Richard Sharpe looks at the reasons UK companies, like ARM, are choosing to float in New York and not on the London Stock Exchange
John Wallace shares his experience using the Ferranti Pegasus, taken from his notes of a presentation to the British Computer Society in Year 2000 and a full-length interview to be published on Archives of IT.
A second blog from Chris Winter on this hugely important subject.
New blog from Chris Winter, an Ambassador for the Digital Poverty Alliance, an evangelist for digital accessibility and a former IBM Fellow, now retired.
Richard Sharpe looks back at his interview with Alastair Macdonald CB, who died earlier this year.
Richard Sharpe blogs about past mergers and acquisitions of key IT companies, and if they ever are successful.
Richard Sharpe looks at four of the amazing women in our archive on International Women’s Day.
Stephen Baker blogs about when The Royal Bank of Scotland made an audacious bid for the NatWest Banking Group in 2000.
Richard Sharpe blogs on how ‘The Mother of all demonstrations’ showed the world how the mouse would transform our relationship with computers.