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
- 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
- Universal Credit faces skills shortage risk after GDS withdrawal
- DWP to spend further £90m on troubled Universal Credit IT system
- Universal Credit IT suppliers to be frozen out of new system
- DWP writes off £40m on Universal Credit but insists IT works
- Universal Credit: Over 200,000 clamaints per month to be migrated
- GDS no longer involved with Universal Credit IT project
- UKtech50 2013 - the most influential people in UK IT
- Councils threatened with disconnection from PSN
- 90% of Universal Credit claims in pilot projects submitted online
- Is this the future for local government IT?
- Can TechUK put UK IT at the heart of economic growth?
- 'Extraordinarily poor' Universal Credit needs clear IT plan
- Intellect becomes TechUK and targets 500,000 new IT jobs
- Crown Hosting Service expects to save £530m by 2018
- DWP to decide whether to scrap all £300m of Universal Credit IT
- DWP refused to release Universal Credit IT review to MPs