UKtech50: The most influential people in UK IT - numbers 11-20

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16: Jos Creese, Socitm president and CIO of Hampshire County Council

16: Jos Creese, Socitm president and CIO of Hampshire County Council

Jos Creese not only heads up the IT division of one of England’s largest councils, he is this year’s president of the Society of IT Management (Socitm). As such, he has a constant presence in the technology press and industry events, and has a clear understanding of issues affecting local government IT. Creese is also the chair of the Local Government CIO Council, giving him a window into central government and the policies that come out of the Cabinet Office. The council exists to give local government an IT voice in Whitehall, and Creese is a vocal proponent of the ability of IT to transform services at the same time as bringing down costs. He is also on the Local Government Delivery Board. At Hampshire, Creese has overseen extensive use of shared services and has spoken of his belief that IT is there to solve business problems, focusing on innovation in delivery instead of simply buying lots of new technology. He is not afraid to criticise what he sees as bad decisions and has spoken of the inability

 

Computer Weekly has announced the first ever list of the 50 most influential people in UK IT.

>> See the full list here <<

The UKtech50 is the first list of the real movers and shakers in UK IT – the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving the creation of a high-tech economy. Most of these types of lists in the past have looked at the IT sector globally – uniquely, we concentrated on UK-based individuals or Brits abroad, so the list is not dominated by obvious names such as Bill Gates or Steve Jobs.

This photo gallery presents numbers 11 to 20 on the UKtech50 - click here to see the top 10, and click here to see the full list.

The UKtech50 is produced by Computer Weekly in association with IBM.

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