Publication: The Scotsman
Date: 19 October 2011

Our Managing Director Neil Barr spoke to The Scotsman about the prospects of the digital economy in the UK. He highlighted how a failure to implement sufficient computing education in schools has had a negative knock on effect on the industry as a whole.

A combination of a lack of computer science education and poor internet access in Scotland has resulted in a limited graduate talent pool, a struggling digital industry on global scales and sector-wide concerns for the future of digital. To counteract this trend, computing should be made an integral part of everyone's education, from primary school upwards.

Read the full Scotsman article online here.