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Review Entries for Day Friday, May 22, 2009

Frank Land will be addressing the South West Branch of The British Computer Society (BCS) at is meeting at 7:30pm at The University of Plymouth on Thursday, 28th May 2009 in the Devonport Lecture Theatre of the Portland Square Building.

He will provide an alternative view of Knowledge Management, which has existed as a sub-discipline within Information Systems (IS) for around two decades. Knowledge is a critical asset that enables an organisation to survive and prosper in the global competitive market place.
The event is open to the general public, who will be assured of a warm welcome from members of the local branch. Anyone interested in attending should register on the branch's web site:-
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Friday, May 22, 2009 12:34:16 PM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #
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Review Entries for Day Thursday, May 14, 2009

Alastair Revell was returned as a committee member of the South West Branch of The British Computer Society at its AGM on Wednesday, 13th May 2009 in Plymouth.

Alastair Revell, the practice’s Managing Consultant, has already served on the committee for a year.

 john gallehawk with an enigma machine 

John Gallehawk, from The Blethcley Park Trust,
demonstrating the use of an Enigma Machine.

The AGM meeting was followed by a light buffet and a talk by John Gallehawk from The Bletchley Park Trust, entitled: “The Second World War Code Breaking Centre at Bletchley Park”, which was extremely well received by all those present.

The highlight was using an Enigma code machine, as used by the Germans during World War II, to encode and decipher messages.

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