Group Chief Digital and Information Officer for Defra group, John Seglias, explains the importance of digital and data in his plans.
The London Borough of Haringey thinks its use of a so-say local government Dynamic Procurement System proves they can, boosting transparency and reach.
It will combine Microsoft Office365 with its EPR to aid productivity – and stop doctors feeling they need to send texts to do their jobs.
Facing budget challenges, the West Midlands city’s turning to intense use of data to help both staff and residents. We speak to digital chief, Andy Hoare.
Why has a 179-year old charity decided to switch outsource partners and commit to cloud and service management?
NHS PHP, the internal confidential support service for National Health Service medics feeling the strain, says a move to an app-based approach has been key to recent national expansion.
"It’s been a way to remove all the 'mist' we used to have in the College – now we know what’s really going on."
The weatherman says it’s starting to embrace chaos - not the mathematical theory, but an intriguing way of battle-testing cloud services originally pioneered in video streaming
Public sector experts need to do a better job at communicating the ‘art of the possible’ when it comes to AI, says policy commentator Eleonora Harwich.
SnapLogic says all we need to do to achieve enterprise application integration is to ‘snap’ the pieces – legacy, data, cloud, whatever – together. If that sounds too simple, the man driving it forward has track record in building billion dollar businesses, so it’s probably worth giving him a hearing.
The 'Little Database That Thinks It Can' is still talking big, looking at a world where developer love and business interest in data apps can give it a long-term future. One grizzled and scarred survivor of the 'Database War-To-End-All-Wars' contemplates a fresh outbreak of conflict.
More ominous Digital Economy Act aftershocks - this time, it’s the hand waving around the legal minimum connectivity ‘Global Britain’ can soon enjoy that rankles.
A public resignation letter from a saddened advisor suggests a push for policy has over-ridden caution. Will the government live to rue its Digital Economy Act speed to market as a result?