Successful technology implementations should always be celebrated. This one from Box provides very good clues as to how a good project can work.
UK legislators debate the Fourth Industrial Revolution – tomorrow’s world today with a Brexit background
Against a backdrop of Brexit and the need for a new industrial policy for the UK, British legislators have had a welcome debate about the potential and the pitfalls of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative has set itself the ambitious goal of getting governments around the world to share information that could be used to solve the problem of world hunger. But despite excellent progress to date, there are still a good number of obstacles in its path.
Post-Brexit trade was on the agenda at the G20 Summit last week, with uncertainties abounding. But an EY study finds the UK well-placed as a potential haven for digital entrepreneurs.
Microsoft’s opened its UK data center cloud doors to the public sector. It’s a helpful announcement, but does it really stand up to the ‘first global provider’ claims the firm is making – with some government assistance?
The comments made by government CTO Andy Beale conflict with efforts in recent years to shift the liability away from government buyers to suppliers.
Recently appointed Cabinet Office Minister, Ben Gummer, gave his first speech this week at TechUK to launch new guidelines to help businesses of all sizes work with government.
Uber and AirBnB are sitting down with the Eurocrats later today. Is this the start of some consensus policies on the Collaborative Economy in Europe. Don’t hold your breath.
The UK’s tax authority has big ambitions for its digital future, where it expects most taxpayers will be using new online systems to manager their tax affairs by 2020.
It’s been a turbulent year for digital government here in the UK. We take a look at the key stories from the year so far.
Shuffling government paperwork is big business for everyone who has a stake in it. The case for digitalizing some services to get a quick and big win is obvious. So why aren’t governments biting the bullet instead of putting citizens through misery? There are obvious solutions.