Bryan is editor in chief of Computer Weekly, responsible for managing and developing the team producing all Computer Weekly editorial content, including the web site, weekly digital magazine, blogs, video, podcasts, web seminars, social media, face-to-face events, community and the CW500 IT leadership group.
Before joining Computer Weekly in November 2009, Bryan was editor of a rival publication, Computing, where he had worked since May 2000. Prior to becoming a journalist, he worked in the IT industry for more than 10 years, for companies including ICL, Intentia (now part of Lawson Software) and Thomas Cook.
Contributions from Bryan Glick
- Government confirms extra £250m for rural broadband roll-out
- Microsoft rallies partners in government open standards debate
- NHS England faces growing pressure to delay Care.data plan
- BBC starts plan to replace £2bn Atos outsourcing deal
- First thousand users start to test Identity Assurance system
- Camden Council launches digital strategy
- The BBC DMI project - what went wrong?
- DWP could face multimillion-pound bill for IT problems
- BBC insists former CTO was wrong in ongoing DMI row
- BBC CTO John Linwood defends role in failed digital project
- BBC CTO John Linwood sacked over failed £100m digital project
- DWP refuses to release reports on Universal Credit IT suppliers
- IBM sells x86 server business to Lenovo for $2.3bn
- IBM revenues drop 5% as hardware sales crash
- DWP IT audit to expose strategic failings
- DWP seeks 50 IT staff to help deliver Universal Credit
- New EU procurement rules aim to encourage small IT suppliers
- The IT risks facing Universal Credit
- MoD suffers IT setbacks in army recruitment
- DWP struggling to recruit digital skills for Universal Credit