BT has fallen in line with other communications providers and proven to provide a disjointed and frankly terrible service to its customers.
Janet Hughes, well-respected programme director of identity platform Verify, is off to pastures new. She follows the departure of executive director Stephen Foreshew-Caine earlier this month.
Sir Eric Pickles, a former secretary of state, has published a report on election fraud and one of his suggestions for a national database of IP addresses, is unlikely to go down well.
Australia’s new Prime Minister promised much for the nation’s long neglected tech community. All the fine words are as ashes scattered by the desert winds. What went wrong?
The UK’s progress towards a digital tax regime takes another step forward with the publication of consultation documents on the plans. But will Brexit throw a spanner in the works?
The White House has released an ‘impact report’ highlighting some of the US Digital Service’s key achievements. However, there are already some warning signs.
CSC’s merger with HPE Enterprise Services is on track for next March. Meanwhile CSC CEO John Lawrie is seeing healthy business coming through in areas such as the US insurance market.
“This is, after all, the People’s code.” The federal government is making code sharing okay for all agencies.
The UK and the US reckon that Cloud First is the way to encourage cloud adoption in government, but Canada takes the view that the Right Cloud is more important.
Cunnington has replaced outgoing director Stephen Foreshew-Cain, amidst speculation senior Whitehall civil servants want to break up GDS in favour of a decentralised approach.