About the author
Bill has 25 years' experience in the IT industry, having started his career in software development and consulting with Deloitte. He manages the company's relationships with its major vendors and partners, including Microsoft, Oracle, VMware, Amazon, Red Hat and Citrix. He sits on advisory boards for many of them and has served three years on Microsoft's advisory council in Seattle. He is responsible for leading innovation to ensure that QA is at the forefront of technology that helps customers get the most from their investment in training. Bill was a director of Xpertise where he was responsible for growing the business in the technical, project management, service management and soft skills areas. He has a degree in Computer Science, is a chartered engineer and a BCS Certified IT Professional.
The project profession can thrive in the fourth industrial revolution
The social mobility impact of apprenticeships
Key benefits of earning a Project Management certification
The Cloud Credential Council's Global Digital Skills Survey 2019 Report
An introduction to ITIL4 and service management
QA’s teaching and learning approach
Cyber Security for everyone - what we all should know
Cyber Attacks - Most of them are not as high-tech as you'd think
Is the Apprenticeships Levy helping to close the tech skills gap?
How does Ransomware-as-a-Service work?