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The Information Technologists' Company (WCIT) is the 100th Livery Company of the City of London. Our members are all senior IT professionals who have joined the Company in order to give something back to the IT sector and the wider community.

We have a significant charitable and educational programme which uses the expertise, resources and networks of our members, and we are also involved in a range of activities to promote the Information Technology profession.

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Jo Connell  

Jo Connell (Master 2008 - 2009)

Every year the Information Technologists' Company elects a new Master.

Jo has been in the IT Industry since 1966 when she joined Mars Inc as a trainee programmer. Her career developed with appointments as a Systems Analyst at Aspro Nicholas and a Consultant at CMG Ltd.
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Membership update October 2008
Membership update October 2008
Martin Black

Martin Black - Chair of the Arts Panel

We talked to Martin about his interest and involvement in the Company and his role as Chair of the Arts Panel.

 

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Martin Black
   
Jean Irvine

Jean Irvine OBE - Chair of the IT Accessibility Panel

We talked to Jean about her interest and involvement in the Company and her role as Chair of the IT Accessibility Panel.

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Jean Irvine
   
Andrew Hubbard  

Andrew Hubbard - Chair of IT4C Panel

We talked to Andrew about his reasons for joining the Company and his role as Chair of the IT4C Charity Panel. Andrew is CEO of Denver Technologies.

 

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Andrew Hubbard

Michael Grant

Michael is the chief executive of the WCIT with overall responsibility for the work of the Company and the Trust.

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Overview of the Company
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November 2008 Update
Overview of the company
Overview of the company
 

The Priory Church of Saint Bartholomew

Church associated with the Information Technologists' Company. A guided tour by the Reverend Martin Dudley, Rector of the Priory Church, the oldest standing church in London.

www.greatstbarts.com

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David Morriss (Master 2007 - 2008)

Every year the Information Technologists' Company elects a new Master. We interviewed David Morriss, the new Master, at the Company Hall as part of the programme to introduce him to members and help explain what his focus would be.

David spent 31 years at IBM and is a past president of the British Computer Society.

 

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Membership update September 2007

Membership update September 2007

Colin Knight (Past master 2006 - 2007)

Colin is currently President & CEO for IPC Information Systems - Europe: a leader in the supply of business-critical communications solutions serving the global Financial Trading and Command Systems markets. He joined the company in 2002 from mm02 Ltd (formerly Genie-Internet.com), a British Telecommunications mobile Internet provider, where he was Vice President - Operations. more...

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  Agenda 2010
 
Agenda 2010
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  November 2008 Update
 
Membership update March 2007
 
Membership update March 2007
     

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