Apr 112016
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to RANSOMWARE: YOUR MONEY OR YOUR DATA & BCS, Making IT Good for Society

Date: April 21st 2016 – 12:00 – 14:30

Abstract: RANSOMWARE: YOUR MONEY OR YOUR DATA

Local security expert, Carl Ceillam of The Chain, will share some of his recent experiences of helping organisations in the Channel Islands respond to ransomware attacks.

The talk will cover:

­  What ransomware is, and how it gets in

­  How to recognise and respond to an attack

­  Strategies for preventing and minimising the effects of an attack

Carl will also include his analysis of an actual intrusion, illustrating how the malware infiltrates and systematically destroys data throughout an organisation’s IT infrastructure.

Biography: Carl Ceillam

Carl is a local computer security expert, and runs his own IT security and forensic investigation business, The Chain Limited.

He has over 15 years’ experience in information security, primarily working as a security consultant in professional services. His main disciplines are computer forensics, penetration testing and IT audit.

Presentation time: Tea, coffee, drinks and networking from 12:00 with  the first talk starting shorty after 12:15 and the second talk shortly after 13:15.

Abstract: BCS strategy of Making IT good for society is about the IT industry, IT professionals and ITs interaction with the world around us – http://www.bcs.org/category/18771

Biography: David Evans

David joined BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT in 2006. He is Director for Policy and Community. After a physics degree at the University of Southampton, David started his career in IT, then moved into a variety of marketing, communications and policy roles.
He has worked in a range of organisations from technology start-ups to global technology firm Intel Corporation. David’s background covers science and technology, marketing and communications, public policy and politics. In addition to being a professional member of BCS, he is also a member at the Institute of Directors.

Q&A, your opportunity to ask questions about BCS in the UK and locally.

Who should attend? Anyone who is interesting in IT as a profession, or in career development within the IT industry, Education in IT, Health and Wellbeing, Personal Data and IT capability including recruitment in IT.

Please register for the event using the following link: BCS Jersey 21 April Ransomware talks

Feb 162016
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Dream or Reality?

Date: March 14th.

Abstract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Dream or Reality?

Ever since the first computers were invented, their potential similarity to the human brain has been noticed. Early inventors, including reknowned mathematician and code breaker Alan Turing wondered if computers could be ‘intelligent’, and how we could test their intelligence. He concluded intelligence lay far off in the future, and devised a useful test ‘The Turing Test’ to compare their intelligence against humans. Fast forward from 1950 to 2016, and although we see lots of attempts and complex projects on the way, no generally accepted computer Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged. But now with multi terabyte storage, multi core computer processors, and real time text to speech and speech to text, it is time to revisit computer AI and attempt the impossible. This talk briefly reviews the history of AI, the Turing test , and shows the state of the art using conversational agents and purpose built AI chatbots.

Biography: William Rayer

William Rayer is a Senior Systems Analyst at RBS Coutts and also the founder of Ubercode Software, a startup ISV who’s purpose is to make computers and programmers smarter with two products: Uberbot which is an AI (Artificial Intelligence) application, and Ubercode which is an easy-to-use programming environment for Microsoft Windows.

Uberbot was awarded 3rd place in the Loebner prize (The first Turing test) – http://www.loebner.net/Prizef/loebner-prize.html

Read more about Ubercode Software and the Uberbot are available here – http://www.ubercode.com/

Presentation time: Tea, coffee, drinks and networking from 17:15, with the presentation commencing at 17:45.

Please register for the event using the following link: https://ai-dream.eventbrite.com

Aug 132015
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to our sixth event of 2015: Software Defined Networking, myths, facts and benefits.

Date: Thursday 24th September.

Abstract: What is Software Defined Networking (SDN)? SDN may still be in its infancy but it is expected to grow rapidly over the next 3 to 4 years, so what exactly is it?

Why SDN and What are the Benefits? SDN is already deployed in some of the world’s largest networks and delivering true value, so what value does it deliver and how?

Dispelling Typical SDN Myths. 7 Truths and 7 Myths related to SDN

Use Cases and Examples. Where can I use SDN, who are the key providers and what do they provide today.

Key Take-Aways and Quiz. Summary of key point plus a game of Jeopardy

Biography: Gordon Porter
Gordon Porter has been in the IT industry for over 32 years and entered the industry after completing a Computer Studies degree at Heriot-Watt University. He travels extensively worldwide delivering sales and technical presentations to some of the world’s largest companies, including BT, Cisco Systems, Damovo, Dimension Data, KPN, Logicalis, NEC, Telstra and Vodafone to name just a few. He recently delivered a 2 hour presentation on Software Defined Networking to 165 graduates from BT, which was subsequently voted the best presentation of the weeklong conference.

Presentation time: Tea, coffee, drinks and networking from 17:00, with the presentation commencing at 17:45.

Please register for the event using the following link: Software Defined Networking

May 282015
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to our fifth event of 2015.

When & Where: Jersey Arts Centre, Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (BST) (with the presentation commencing at 12:15). Tea, coffee, juice and nibbles provided.

To register for this event, please use the following link – http://stopframeanimation.eventbrite.com

Audience: This event is open to all.

Abstract: Our main focus will be discussing and demonstrating digital drawing complimenting the students exhibition in the bar gallery. We briefly outline the following areas:

Stop Frame animation, Digital Drawing, 2D animation and Graphic Design.

We will show students and teachers work (David Gregory, Joanna Brown, Liam Nunn and Abbey Austin) to demonstrate different disciplines and use of various programs and tools.

How traditional techniques of drawing, storytelling and animation underpin the use of technology.

Demonstrations: David will be demonstrating programs and equipment, showing what can be achieved and what options are available from high end set ups to ipad and pens which are great value and can be used as sketchpads or for finer detailed work.

How digital drawing can be used in your artistic practice from roughing out and manipulating sketches, using layers to working outside from life.

We will wrap up discussing the various career opportunities across a variety of fields then open for a questions.

Biography: David Gregory & Joanna Brown

David Gregory and Joanna brown are local digital artists dedicated to teaching children to use their computers creatively.

They set up motion studio in February 2013 and have been running courses and workshops in animation and digital drawing ever since. They are celebrating the achievements of some of their very dedicated young digital artists this year with an exhibition at the art centre bar gallery, sponsored by B.C.S Jersey.

May 082015
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to our fourth event of 2015: Systems performance engineering

Date: Monday 18th May.

Audience: This event is open to all.

Abstract: This session will cover the principles governing systems performance when designing and trouble-shooting systems and their associated infrastructure. There are a wide range of issues to be considered, especially those affecting throughput, response times, scalability and availability. Performance is not something that can always be dealt with by system tuning or simply buying bigger hardware. Performance issues frequently result in systems failing in some form or other, which affects availability and causes disruption to service. Understanding the characteristics that govern performance helps us to design and implement better systems.

Come along and join in the discussion.

Biography: Colin Butcher, CEng, FBCS, CITP

Colin is a consulting engineer who specializes in the design and implementation of mission-critical and disaster-tolerant systems. He has been responsible for the overall design, implementation and management of several major projects, including satellite control centres, air traffic management, finance data and healthcare infrastructures.

Presentation time: Tea, coffee, drinks and networking from 17:15, with the presentation commencing at 18:00.

Please register for the event using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/systems-performance-engineering-tickets-16915354280

Apr 302015
 

Digital Jersey Hub, Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (BST)

The first in a series of BCS Jersey member only networking events. Join other members and the local committee to share ideas, debate challenges and help drive the strategic direction of the group. Your opportunity to help ensure that the committee is working towards the goals of both BCS and that we remain informative keeping you up to date and when required address important local issues that impact you our members.

Wine and soft refreshments provided.

Please see the link below.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/bcs-jersey-network-series-i-tickets-16716430293

Dec 292014
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to our first event of 2015. Following the event will be a brief update on the year ahead and an opportunity to ask questions about the BCS both locally and in the UK.

Speaker: Professor Liz Bacon BSc, PhD, CEng, CSci, CITP, FBCS, FHEA, MACM

Audience: This event is open to all.

Abstract: Teaching models have barely changed for centuries however technology is starting to revolutionise education in the same way as the rest of our lives. This talk will discuss the impact of technology on education, the changing expectations and needs of both students and lifelong learners, and the factors that support successful learning and teaching in an online world. Finally it will look at the role of BCS as a champion for change.

Liz BaconBiography: Professor Liz Bacon BSc, PhD, CEng, CSci, CITP, FBCS, FHEA, MACM is President of the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, and a Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Greenwich in London, with a University wide remit leading the development of technology enhanced learning. She is a past Chair of the BCS Academy of Computing, and the CPHC (Council of Professors and Heads of Computing) national committee. Liz is a Professor of Software Engineering with over a hundred publications and a Co-Director of the eCentre research group. She is an experienced journal and conference reviewer, editorial board member, and PhD supervisor, and has been involved in several EU research projects, including being Principal Investigator and Project Coordinator for two EU FP7 projects in the past four years. She is an experienced systems designer and developer and has applied her research in technology enhanced learning, software engineering, artificial intelligence and cyber terrorism to a range of application areas such as crisis management and health. Within technology enhanced learning her research has focussed on the following areas: smart games-based learning environments; metacognition and learning strategies; and adaptable, adaptive and personalised systems. Liz has been involved in many professional activities during her career which include working with e-skills UK, the Science Council, Parliamentary IT Committee (PITCOM), EQANIE (European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education), the National HE STEM programme, EKKA (Estonian Quality Assurance Agency), and the University of Cambridge as an ICT Thought Leader for their International Examinations. She also researches, publishes, and is a regular international speaker, on the supply and demand of e-skills to the IT industry. Liz is passionate about the development of the discipline and keen to inspire more people to choose computing as a career, particularly women.

Where and when?

The Royal Yacht, Celestial Hall South, St Helier, JE2 3NF

Date and time: Monday 26 January 2015. Tea, coffee, drinks and networking from 17:15, with the presentation commencing at 18:00.

Registration: To reserve your place, please visit – http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-future-of-teaching-and-learning-tickets-15077390882

Oct 102014
 

Jersey Techfair

10:00 – 16:00

Various talks / Live demos / exhibitions
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Jersey’s Tech Fair is the biggest of its kind in the Channel Islands, organised by Digital Jersey and the Chartered Institute for IT (BCS). The event is on Saturday 8th of November at The Pomme D’or Hotel and is celebration of new and exciting technology open to all.

The educational fair will include displays and exhibitions of new technology, live demos, talks on specific technologies such as computer gaming, digital parenting, cryptocurrencies and social media. There will also be a number of workshops teaching the basics of computing, how to use your ipad and coding. Attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on with some of the technologies that are being developed and used in Jersey and ask the experts any questions.

Why not pop in to hear a keynote, take part in a workshop or view the latest tech! Doors are open from 10am and will close at 4pm.

The agenda will include:

SPEAKER SLOTS

10:15- 10:45 3D Printing, Drones and the Internet of things” – Mark Loane

11:00-11:30 Switched On Children” – Jon Tarrant

11:30-11:45 Airtel-protect filtering” – Peter Zunino

11:45- 12:15 Gaming: how much is too much?” – Ronnie Isherwood

12:30-13:00Parents: what do you want to know?” – Panel of Jon Tarrant, Peter Zunino & Ronnie Isherwood

13:15- 14:15 “Basics of Social Media” – CITD, Chris Journeaux

14:30- 15:15 “All about Bitcoin” – Robbie Andrews

15:30- 16:00Drone Tech Do’s & Don’ts” – Steve Baudains

WORKSHOPS

“Introduction to Python” – Emma Gamble

10:00-11:00

12:00-13:00

15:00-16:00

” Introduction to Web Design” – Codex, Jordan Love & Richard Rolfe

14:00- 15:00

Courses for Silver Surfers- Age Concern

10:30– Introduction to beginner course & Q&A (word, folders, windows, desktop, internet & emails)

11:30- Introduction to intermediate course & Q&A (skype, computer maintenance, internet safety, usefull websites)

13:30– Introduction to extended course Q&A (advanced email techniques, excel & photos)

14:30 onwards – drop in session

EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE

  • 3D Printing & Maker content
  • Visual Recognition
  • Kinect
  • Leap motion
  • Stop Motion
  • Internet of Things
  • eSafety
  • Gaming
  • Bitcoin
  • Computing at Schools Hub
  • Virtual Reality Demonstration
  • Digimaps
  • Retailers – Sure, JT & Airtel Vodafone
  • Lego – school project
  • Drone Tech

You will also have the chance to win an ipad and other prizes by taking part in competitions throughout the day.

We would be grateful if you can register for the event – https://djbcstechfair.eventbrite.co.uk/

For more information on Digital Jersey please visit:

http://www.digital.je | https://twitter.com/DigitalJersey

Jul 292014
 

CITP Demystified – Presentation (29th August 2014)The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to this event hosted in conjunction with the BCS Learning and Development Specialist Group:

Speaker: Paul David Jagger MSc PgDMS CITP FBCS

Audience: This event is open to all.

Abstract: Chartered IT Professional (CITP) is the Gold Standard of IT professionalism; a rigorous, standards based assessment of proven competence, conducted by independent peer assessors and revalidated every 5 years. Whether you have never heard of CITP before, or need that final push to apply, this talk will explore CITP from the perspective of a candidate who went on to become an assessor and now supports major employers of IT professionals in embedding CITP assessment in to their internal career development programmes. 

Come prepared with all the questions you ever wanted to ask about CITP and put our speaker to the test!

Biography: Paul Jagger is a Learning and Development Business Manager and consultant working for IBM. He leads a business unit specializing in technology enhanced learning solutions for clients around the globe.

Paul has over two decades of experience in learning consulting; technology based learning design and development; technology enabled learning innovation; instructional facilitation; learning event, program, portfolio and project management; learning business management; people management; learning assessment and certification.

Paul is a passionate advocate of the critical importance of knowledge and skills as a competitive differentiator linked to business performance. Paul believes that knowledge and skills are the only sustainable competitive advantage in the knowledge economy and therefore learning must be embedded as a continuous, life-long and pervasive process ‘from the classroom to the boardroom’.

Paul has spoken at events hosted by the American Society for Training & Development, the Institute of IT Training (now the Learning and Performance Institute), BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, Learning & Skills Group, e-skills UK and the National Skills Academy for IT (UK), and the Skills Framework for the Information Age Foundation.

Paul is an IBM Certified Consulting Learning Specialist, a Chartered IT Professional (L&D), Fellow of BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, secretary of the BCS L&D specialist group, member of the Open University’s undergraduate ICT Program committee and member of the National Skills Academy for IT’s Training Quality Panel (an e-skills UK initiative). From 2007-2009 Paul co-designed and developed a postgraduate qualification in L&D with the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education.

Paul volunteers with BCS as a Chartered IT Professional assessor (L&D and Project Management), and with the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (100th Livery Company of the City of London) on their Education & Training Committee. He volunteers with the BCS on Professionalism Board and as the Secretary of the BCS Learning & Development Specialist Group. He is also the IBM representative on the SFIA Council.

Where and when?

St Paul’s Centre, Dumaresq St, St Helier, JE2 3RL

Date and time: Friday August 29 2014, tea and coffee from 12:00, with the presentation from 12:15.

Registration: To reserve your place, please visit – http://www.eventbrite.com/e/get-chartered-everything-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-chartered-it-professional-registration-but-tickets-12443130739

Please contact jersey.events@bcs.org if you have any questions about this event.

Presentation: CITP Demystified – Presentation (29th August 2014)

Jul 242014
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to this event hosted in conjunction with the BCS Learning and Development Specialist Group:

Speaker: Paul David Jagger MSc PgDMS CITP FBCS 

Audience: This event is open to all.

Abstract: In the knowledge economy it is a truism to say that knowledge and skills are the only sustainable competitive advantage. Products can be produced at ever lower cost, services can be outsourced to resource centres in emerging economies, but knowledge and skill cannot be easily replicated, commoditised or outsourced. We all know that whether it be in the classroom or the boardroom, knowledge and skills when combined with experience are the route to personal and organisational success – so why is learning either left out of so many organisational change programmes or given such a low priority that it’s almost an afterthought?

This talk presents the case for learning being the people side of successful business change, one that has far greater direct impact upon success than technology, process or lofty visions of the future of your organisation.

Biography: Paul Jagger is a Learning and Development Business Manager and consultant working for IBM. He leads a business unit specializing in technology enhanced learning solutions for clients around the globe.

Paul has over two decades of experience in learning consulting; technology based learning design and development; technology enabled learning innovation; instructional facilitation; learning event, program, portfolio and project management; learning business management; people management; learning assessment and certification.

Paul is a passionate advocate of the critical importance of knowledge and skills as a competitive differentiator linked to business performance. Paul believes that knowledge and skills are the only sustainable competitive advantage in the knowledge economy and therefore learning must be embedded as a continuous, life-long and pervasive process ‘from the classroom to the boardroom’.

Paul has spoken at events hosted by the American Society for Training & Development, the Institute of IT Training (now the Learning and Performance Institute), BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, Learning & Skills Group, e-skills UK and the National Skills Academy for IT (UK), and the Skills Framework for the Information Age Foundation.

Paul is an IBM Certified Consulting Learning Specialist, a Chartered IT Professional (L&D), Fellow of BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, secretary of the BCS L&D specialist group, member of the Open University’s undergraduate ICT Program committee and member of the National Skills Academy for IT’s Training Quality Panel (an e-skills UK initiative). From 2007-2009 Paul co-designed and developed a postgraduate qualification in L&D with the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education.

Paul volunteers with BCS as a Chartered IT Professional assessor (L&D and Project Management), and with the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (100th Livery Company of the City of London) on their Education & Training Committee. He volunteers with the BCS on Professionalism Board and as the Secretary of the BCS Learning & Development Specialist Group. He is also the IBM representative on the SFIA Council.

Where and when?

The Royal Yacht, Celestial Hall South, St Helier, JE2 3NF

Date and time: Thursday August 28 2014, tea and coffee from 17:00, with the presentation from 17:30.

Registration: To reserve your place, please visit – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learning-is-the-people-side-of-successful-business-change-tickets-12400144165#

Please contact jersey.events@bcs.org if you have any questions about this event.

Presentation: Learning is the people side of business change v1.1

May 182014
 

On the 15th  of May Digital Jersey’s new community space “Digital Jersey Hub” was officially launched. Throughout the day several presentations and chats took place.

djhubWe took the opportunity to host a roundtable discussion on building technical communities. We were joined by members of the digital community including representation from TechTribes, BCS Jersey, Channel Islands SharePoint User Group, Channel Islands Information Security Forum, Jersey Windows User Group, Jersey and Guernsey businesses leaders, media and representation from Guernsey’s technical communities.

A number of topics were covered including Jersey as a place for more technical conferences, including working towards greater collaboration between Jersey and Guernsey’s technical communities.

We discussed the potential for more topic specific community events rather than individual technology related events. For example FinTech, E-commerce, Maker and E-Gov. We unanimously agreed that while there are many public speakers we need to encourage many more to step forwards. It was noted that the Digital Jersey sessions, TechTribes and BCS Lightning talks all offer an excellent format for short talks and more of these should be scheduled.

Finally, it has to be said that Digital Jersey have provide an outstanding environment in which technical communities can collaborate and their launch day was a great success. A video of the open  is available here – DJ HUB Open Day Time Lapse

To find out more about the groups in attendance, click on their respective links above.

Jan 082014
 

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to our first event of 2014. Following the event will be a brief update on the year ahead and an opportunity to ask questions about the BCS both locally and in the UK.

Speaker: Professor Jim Norton FREng, BEng (Hons), Hon DEng (Sheffield), Hon LLD (Bath), CDir , CEng, CITP, FIET, FBCS, FIoD

Audience: This event is open to all.

Abstract: This lecture examines the argument that,in the necessary drive for economic efficiency, we may have neglected the resilience and security of our national infrastructure, with potentially catastrophic results. It is clear that our society and economy are now much more interconnected and interdependent than they once were. The speed at which a major failure in one area, such as electricity supply, could cascade into other areas, such as communications, water supply, and public safety, is genuinely frightening.

The lecture acknowledges that much excellent work has been done, most notably under the aegis of the Cabinet Office Civil Contingencies Secretariat, and that the UK is better organized than many competitor nations. However, it explores the extent to which national infrastructure still contains many “accidental systems” where the interdependencies are not fully recognised and much remains to be done. It also details research on the understanding by businesses of infrastructure interdependency where the results are sharply at odds with the genuine reality and suggests further actions required.

Biography: Jim Norton is an independent director and policy adviser. He is an external member of the Board of the UK Parliament’s Office of Science & Technology (POST) and is also a Non-Executive Director of F&C Capital & Income Investment Trust plc, where he chairs the Audit and Management Engagement Committee. Jim is chair of the UK Spectrum Policy Forum, set up at the request of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). He is a Governor of Coventry University and a Board Member and Trustee of the Foundation for Information Policy Research (FIPR). Jim is a member of the ‘Electronic Communications Expert Advisory Panel’ for the Irish Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg). He is also a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, where he is a member of the Engineering Policy Committee, and is a Past President of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.

Jim has held senior roles in the private sector (BT, Cable & Wireless, Deutsche Telkom and Institute of Directors) and in the public sector (Chief Executive – DTI Radio Communications Agency and founder member Cabinet Office Performance & Innovation Unit, later known as the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit).

Jim is a Visiting Professor of Electronic Engineering at Sheffield University, where he provides guest lectures at the Management School. He is also Chief External Examiner for the Institute of Directors (IoD) Certificate in Company Direction and a peer review interviewer for the IoD Chartered Director programme. More information is available on Jim’s personal website.

 Where and when?

The Royal Yacht, Celestial Hall South, St Helier, JE2 3NF

 Date and time: Wednesday 5 February 2014, tea and coffee from 17:15, with the presentation from 17:30.

Registration: To reserve your place, please visit Do ‘Black Swans’ fly in flocks?  Societies’ vulnerability to infrastructure failure

Please contact jersey.events@bcs.org if you have any questions about this event.

May 092011
 
Date Description Speaker
05/02/2014 Do Black Swans fly in flocks? Societies vulnerability to infrastructure failure Prof Jim Norton
28/11/2013 Big Data in Jersey Charles Robertson
12/11/2013 Desktop delivery technologies which should I use? Ronnie Isherwood, Scott Le Marquand, Jonathan Storey
23/10/2013 The Internet of Everything and Gigabit Jersey Ian Foddering, Tim Ringsdore
30/04/2013 3D Printing, the Internet of Things, the Maker Community and what this could mean for Jersey Mark Loane, Tim Evans, Terry Cox
11/12/2012 Information Security – an incident waiting to happen? Carl Ceillam
30/11/2012 Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey – 2012 AGM
27/09/2012 The Cloud Market is now Open how are you taking advantage of it? Russ Miles
25/06/2012 BCS Jersey Schools Competition prize giving ceremony
25/06/2012 Multi Dimensional Databases for a Multi Dimensional World Jake Smillie
16/05/2012 Gigabit Jersey What is it exactly? Dave Newbold, Barna Kutvolgyi
26/04/2012 Contracts and the law Raulin Amy, Sara Johns
19/04/2012 Open source lightning talks Rob Dudley, Graeme Moignard, John Hollis, Simon Brown
21/03/2012 The state of Jerseys WiFi access points Paul Dutot
13/03/2012 Autonomy : Real-Time Information Processing in the 21st Century Adam Hickson
27/02/2012 Internet Intelligence Finding, managing and using information more effectively Arni Stinnissen
23/02/2012 Automating User Interface Testing Aonghus Fraser
21/02/2012 Communications skills and teamwork Alan Chambers MBE
14/11/2011 Computer Misuse in the workplace A guide to the forensic and HR pitfalls David Horn
01/11/2011 Data leakage and preventing it! Bob Childs
27/10/2011 Waterfall vs. Agile Project Management: When should you choose Agile Project Management? Karen Gray and Simon Brown
08/10/2011 Digital parenting various
07/10/2011 Microsoft! Back to the Future! A Journey into the Imagination! Andy Malone
26/09/2011 Managing Private Clouds and BCS Jersey 2011 AGM Simon Skinner
15/09/2011 Adding Real Value with Business Intelligence C5 Alliance
06/09/2011 Office 365 Get the 360 on 365 Mark Loane, C5 Alliance
11/07/2011 IT projects if you cant beat them, change the game Simon Brown
22/06/2011 Highlands College : IT Education forum and student exhibition IT Curriculum Team, Highlands College
06/06/2011 Security and networking event Andy Malone
19/05/2011 Cloud computing threat or opportunity for Jersey? Chris Evans
12/04/2011 Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2010 John Gamble
23/03/2011 Lightning talks Simon Jackson, Bob Childs, David Grady
08/03/2011 Jersey Airport tour of new Air Traffic control tower Air Traffic Control team
01/03/2011 Jersey Airport tour of new Air Traffic control tower Air Traffic Control team
28/02/2011 Building Solutions with Microsoft Virtualisation Ronnie Isherwood
01/02/2011 BCS/IET Annual Turing Lecture Series 2011 (streamed event) Don Knuth
19/01/2011 Building software – where do you start? Simon Brown
11/11/2010 BCS Jersey Annual General Meeting n/a
14/09/2010 The value of business intelligence- the Microsoft vision John Gamble
13/04/2010 The value of business intelligence John Gamble
28/01/2010 A developer’s guide to load testing Simon Brown
25/01/2010 Designing and implementing mission critical systems Colin Butcher
14/01/2010 Improving quality with an automated build process Simon Brown
24/11/2009 Digimap Colin Le Conte
08/10/2009 The Future of Mobile Technology James Woudhuysen
07/07/2009 Windows Server 2008 R2 Deep Dive Justin Rodino
17/06/2009 BCS membership benefits / BCS Jersey annual general meeting Marcus Harris
10/06/2009 IT for Business and Financial Services Foundation Degrees with Highlands College Stuart Philip, Michelle Gosling
14/05/2009 Offshore, Onshore, Unsure – what should we protect and why? Ed Gibson
01/04/2009 Providing a foundation for future IT Professionals Dr Ed Sallis, Stuart Philip
24/03/2009 Windows 7 – A first look Justin Rodino
04/02/2009 Breakfast Briefing: how can you achieve ongoing compliance with regard to Information Security? Adrian Wright
27/11/2008 Making a System Administrator’s life easier with Microsoft PowerShell – part 2 Keith Fox
13/11/2008 The role of the Software Architect in successful projects Simon Brown
23/10/2008 Light touch Project Management Dr Stephen Chiang, David Brown
13/10/2008 Making a System Administrator’s life easier with Microsoft PowerShell Keith Fox
05/06/2008 Enterprise Content Management Duncan Williams
29/04/2008 Information Security Management: ISO 27001 Vernon Poole
13/03/2008 Gartner Group – Trading in a Virtual Environment Steve Prentice
24/01/2008 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Graham Massey
25/10/2007 Using Microsoft PowerShell to make a System Administrator’s life easier Keith Fox
26/06/2007 The Future of the Web in Business and Society – Dinner / Lecture Professor Nigel Shadbolt
26/06/2007 BCS Jersey schools website competition prize giving Professor Nigel Shadbolt
31/05/2007 2007 Annual General Meeting n/a
04/04/2007 Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) and IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) – a case study Neil Cuthbertson, Des McGuire
08/03/2007 Computers and weather forecasting Tony Pallot
15/02/2007 Mobile phone security – the real issues Ricky Magalhaes
26/10/2006 IT governance – why we need it today Neil MacArthur
13/10/2006 A ‘Day at the races’ – three interactive workshop on ITIL processes Afiniti and KAT Business Services Limited
12/10/2006 A ‘Day at the races’ – three interactive workshop on ITIL processes Afiniti and KAT Business Services Limited
14/09/2006 Schools website competition launch n/a
18/05/2006 ICT in the States of Jersey and AGM Dr Stephen Chiang
30/03/2006 Forensic computing Dave Sexton
16/02/2006 Neuro Linguistic Programming: The computer manual that should have come with our brains Moz Scott
09/11/2005 Are ‘free’ telephone calls using ‘VoIP’ technology a reality for the home user? Find out all about the ‘digital phone’. Stuart Philip
21/09/2005 Business Continuity Management workshop Paul Patterson, Chris Oliver
21/07/2005 ISO 9001 and BS15000 (ITIL) (BCS members workshop) Neil Merritt
14/07/2005 IT from Mars, Marketing from Venus David Bowen, Dr Robina Chatham
12/05/2005 Question Time: with Senator Frank Walker on government reform – are we handling change in the best way – what are the alternatives? Senator Frank Walker
21/04/2005 Data Protection – all you need to know about Data Protection but are afraid to ask! Emma Martins
30/03/2005 World Class or Outclassed? The role of IT in the ‘always on” business Phil Austin
09/02/2005 Telecommunications in Jersey – the New Generation Network Bob Lawrence
16/11/2004 The new Digital Map of Jersey States of Jersey and Digimap
21/10/2004 Microsoft .NET Amitabh Iyer
12/10/2004 Home user online security Stuart Philip
28/06/2004 The Future of the Web Professor Wendy Hall CBE
17/06/2004 Business, IT and organisational politics – is there a formula for success? Dr Robina Chatham
06/05/2004 Jersey sub-branch Annual General Meeting n/a
27/04/2004 Sleeping at nights for IT Managers Iain M. Tolmie
24/03/2004 Managed web hosting for offshore based e-business n/a
27/11/2003 Who needs standards anyway? David Cairns
04/09/2003 Emerging technologies in the telecommunications industry Bob Lawrence
31/07/2003 Protecting children from Internet hazards Professor Margaret Ross
29/07/2003 The Web and Disability Legislation (is your organisation’s site illegal?) Professor Margaret Ross