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Computer Weekly goes to bat for the British computer industry
This article is part of the Computer Weekly issue of 22 September 2016
Launched in 1966 as part of a modernising wave to change British society, Computer Weekly battled for the nation’s industry against the US, and saw IT as an entry ticket to the Common Market.
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Launched in 1966 as part of a modernising wave to change British society, Computer Weekly battled for the nation’s industry against the US, and saw IT as an entry ticket to the Common Market
We examine how the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s became an age of great innovation for the British computer industry
Computer Weekly’s journey through 50 years of innovation in technology continues with a look back at the history of the internet and the huge changes it has brought to society
There is a link between the world’s first working computer and the world’s most successful chip: they are both British
From working in statistics departments to becoming a key part of any business transformation – as Computer Weekly gets ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary, we look back at the changing role of IT leaders
As Computer Weekly prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary this September, we take a look at how government IT has changed over the years