IT Essentials: Party manifestos are a miss for tech

The industry needs more than vague promises

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: Party manifestos are a miss for tech

British politics are getting interesting - or not, if you're a technologist.

The consumerisation of IT has made scale the bane of technologists. If one person can adopt a new tool quickly, the thinking goes, why can't it be deployed equally speedily across the business? ...

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