Brunel University researchers recommend that local government needs to look before it leaps when it comes to cloud adoption.
Public sector transformation is a heck of a topic - especially in today's political hot bed. After their Federal Forum event in D.C. last week, the Infor team shared their views in this exclusive on driving change - and why the public sector is drawn to cloud adoption. We also hit on the barriers public sector "change agents" encounter.
The Council is using the Salesforce platform to redesign services for citizens and rethink how it runs as an organisation.
Living Cities’ City Accelerator initiative is demonstrating just how valuable a data-driven approach to local government service delivery can be.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has selected Jadu, procured via G-Cloud, to create an Amazon-like online experience.
Worcestershire County Council’s Head of Digital Transformation, Neill Crump, explains how the organisation may one day be operation 100% in the cloud.
Camden Council's open data initiatives have helped boost services for residents and is considering how to monetize the data.
We speak to Bradford City Council’s enterprise architect and information manager, Yunus Mayat, about the area’s new Low Range Wide Area Network.
The Police Scotland system, for which Accenture won the contract, is a textbook example of a failed IT project in the public sector.
Coventry’s ICT department is working hard to manage transport in the region and its topology means it is well positioned to deliver reliable high-speed networks. But as Ward explains there is much still to be done.
Enfield London Borough Council is half-way through a project to introduce IPSoft’s Amelia chatbot to act as a front end to digitised front line services.
Digital Greenwich is an incredibly complex local programme that aims to make personal services more responsive to citizens.
Essex CIO David Wilde’s smart technology programmes aim to transform housing, transport and wellbeing across the county, but how practical are they?