Worcestershire County Council’s Head of Digital Transformation, Neill Crump, explains how the organisation may one day be operation 100% in the cloud.
The Tech Nation 2017 report from Tech City UK is overwhelmingly positive about the future of the UK digital economy. But the Brexit problem remains.
The Communications Committee said that government needs to create a Children’s Digital Champion and introduce better controls for removing online content.
The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee also warns that the Making Tax Digital plans have caused “anxiety” amongst those affected.
Daniel Thornton, programme director, raises questions about GDS’ ability to set standards for buyers using the Digital Marketplace.
The Science and Technology Select Committee has said the government mustn’t let media hype interfere with the potential benefits of driverless vehicles.
NoSQL vendor DataStax has unveiled a new CX strategy that signals a move away from tech-heavy discussions, towards understanding business problems.
There is growing concern that buyers aren’t using the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework correctly and work is going to the big SIs.
The Police Scotland system, for which Accenture won the contract, is a textbook example of a failed IT project in the public sector.
UK insurance giant Aviva said this week that digital is its “IP” and that it was making progress in building out its “critical digital infrastructure”.
We got the chance to speak to current CEO Frank Slootman and incoming CEO John Donahoe about the future of ServiceNow's platform.
The Commons International Trade Committee outlines some of the issues facing the trade in digital services as the UK heads towards Brexit.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has announced that for G-Cloud 9 there will be the option to extend by two periods of 12 months each.