Business Computing: The Second 50 Years

The Guildhall conference for Business Leaders

The Guildhall, London, England - 5th & 6th November 2001 - Proceeding

In 1951 J Lyons switched on LEO, the world's first business computer. They could not know what they were starting. Over the last 50 years businesses have invested trillions of Pounds in IT. What will happen in the next 50 years and how is this likely to affect your business?

DK Matai, Chairman and CEO, mi2g was invited to Chair the future of the "e" world session dedicated to Security Risks and Precautions on Monday 5th November at 2:00pm at The Guildhall. Some of the select speakers at this landmark event included:

  • Sir David Howard Bt, Lord Mayor of London
  • Andrew Pinder, the UK Government eEnvoy
  • George Cox, Director General, Institute of Directors
  • Geoff Unwin, CEO, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young
  • Michael Gough, Chief Executive, National Computing Centre
  • Alastair Macdonald, President, British Computer Society
  • Richard Hudson, Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal Europe
  • Professor Subhash Bhatnagar, World Bank
  • Herman Hauser, Chairman, Amadeus Partners
  • Professor Brian Mellitt, President, IEE
  • Rudy Berger, Director, MIT Media Lab Europe
  • Professor Richard L Nolan, Harvard Business School
  • Professor David Mowery, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley
  • Professor Anthony Giddens, Director, London School of Economics and Political Science

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