BBC sets out its technology roadmap

The corporation has published the strategy it hopes will lay the foundations for the technology it will use and develop over the next few years

The BBC has published the strategy it hopes will lay the foundations for the technology it will use and develop over the next few years.

According to the BBC's chief technology officer, John Linwood, the strategy aims to address the changing needs of the corporation, as well as new audience behaviours driven by technology.

The strategy, published on Tuesday, sets out a long-term view for the BBC's technology future, covering four main areas: focusing on core technological building blocks, such as networking and storage; being connected and collaborative, including through the use of flexible and remote working; fostering innovative use of technology; and ensuring value for money.

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