The Computing Agenda Setters has been introduced to discuss five broad challenges that face the industry.
From chief information officers to legal and venture capital experts, we have invited a wide range of thinkers from both the public and private sector to contribute to the debate.
The questions we propose are broad, forming the basis for a wider debate:
- Does IT matter?
- Can we ever trust IT?
- How do we attract the brightest and best into IT - and keep them?
- What role should the government play in supporting IT?
- How can organisations bridge the gap between IT and the enterprise?
We're interested in knowing what your thoughts on these topics are. If you are a senior IT professional in an end-user organisation and feel that you have something to contribute to this debate, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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