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 urged to get tougher on IT spending cuts
- £200m of Universal Credit IT could be scrapped
- £480bn of government revenue depends on legacy IT
- DWP wastes millions of pounds on Universal Credit IT
- Met Police IT systems cause higher crime in London
- HM Treasury to end its IT outsourcing mega-deal
- Government to put 50% of all new IT spend through SMEs
- DWP pays £1.3m for staff due to Universal Credit delay
- Top 25 digital public services move closer to launch
- Mark Hall may quit Whitehall after HMRC CIO snub
- Information security is a big data issue
- BT CEO quits to become government minister
- G8 publishes Open Data Charter
- Huawei CISO: Do Cisco and Juniper spy for US?
- Government backtracks on open source preference
- Dunstone supports spending HS2 cash on broadband
- Digital skills become a political priority
- Former Olympics CIO Gerry Pennell has a new job
- Open data leaders slam government over postcodes
- Government mandates 'preference' for open source