The National Audit Office’s Comptroller & Auditor General has given a speech that highlights the capability challenges facing digital government – particularly post Brexit.
A report released this week from the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee also calls on the government to explain how the EU referendum will impact digital skills.
Chip designer ARM is one of the Britain’s most successful tech companies and the proposed takeover provides quite the quandary for new PM Theresa May.
Liverpool and Salford City Councils come together to collaborate on meeting their operational and service needs, using S/4 HANA as the core platform, prompting SAP to eye-ball another way to build its presence in the local authority marketplace .
Last week Matt Hancock was Minister for the Cabinet Officer with GDS in his purview; this week he’s Minister for Digital and Culture at the Department of Culture, Media and Sports.
Matt Hancock is out; Ben Gummer is in – the Cabinet Officer has a new minister and the Government Digital Service a new master, one who’s facing some serious post-Brexit challenges.
What happens about data protection after Brexit has been a hot topic of debate over the past few weeks. Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey lets slip that the starting point will be to align with the forthcoming GDPR.
Keep Calm and Carry On Brexit-ing – there are still opportunities and benefits ahead for the UK tech sector in a post-Brexit world, argues Tudor Aw, Technology Sector Head at KPMG.
In the wake of the Brexit vote, what are the threats and the opportunities to the tech sector? A techUK debate found that most of its expert panelists were in a decidedly glass half empty frame of mind, especially around immigration and data protection.
EU and US indulge in Privacy Shield self-congratulations in Brussels, but privacy activists say ‘See you in court’
The Eurocrats and the US Commerce Dept are in self-congratulations mode today with the adoption of Privacy Shield, but activists warn they’ll have their day in court before long.