The Trades Union Congress has laid out its priorities for how it thinks government and business should deal with a new wave of AI and robotics innovation.
The LGA has warned that billions of pounds worth of economic growth are at risk, as government fails to follow through with devolution deals.
French energy supplier, Engie, began using Okta to get a single view of the company to roll out Office 365, but is now using it for broader digital plans.
We speak to head of IT at Lyft, Johan Dowdy, about how the company is using Okta as a sign-on and lifecycle management tool, to automate processes.
Cloud identity management vendor Okta has laid the foundations for a very interesting product, but it wants to avoid industry hype.
The cloud identity management vendor kicked off its annual customer event in Las Vegas today with a number of announcements that expand the Okta platform.
Blackwell has a wealth of digital change experience in the public and private sector and will focus on making London the “world’s smartest city”.
The Australian government is following the UK’s example and is introducing new ‘red lines’ for IT procurement contracts - to encourage more competition.
A Brexit paper released by the British government sets out its aims for a future data flow relationship with the European Union. Does it stand up?
Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for the Scottish Government, Rose Marie Parr, outlines digital plans for improving pharmaceutical care across Scotland.
GDS director general Kevin Cunnington says the challenges of Brexit, security and improving data use make the Civil Service an exciting place to work.
The chosen candidate will be responsible for a team of 2,000 people and will control a digital and ICT budget of £223 million.
New government research identifies how charities are not coping with the demands of information protection, despite the increasing threat of cyber attacks.