Industry and stakeholders are starting to give their reaction to the news that George Osborne would be putting a significant chunk of money into digital transformation.
There has been huge concern that digital in government could face significant cutbacks and that government-as-a-platform could face delays. But according to Osborne, GDS has the cash to go full steam ahead.
Digital transformation across local government is going to be an uphill challenge. Is the answer creating smaller pockets of innovation as opposed to digital from the centre and at scale?
The current government is attempting to clamp down on Freedom of Information requests. These requests give us tools to create an open democracy. Let the government know that.
The British government has a skills problem. It’s got capability gaps that need filling. And yet it’s spending over £1bn on contractors instead of hiring and retaining talent. Why?
SAP SuccessFactors president Mike Ettling has warned of trouble ahead for cloud providers as other countries mull versions of Russia’s data sovereignty law
After his appearance on Constellation’s digital health care panel, David Chou gave Jon some strong views on why digital matters to health care – and why it stalls out.
HMRC has been lambasted for its terrible customer service. It now thinks it can fix it with social media and web chats. I very much doubt it.
Microsoft’s opening data center doors in the UK and has a cunning plan in Germany. At least data center providers are doing well out of the death of Safe Harbor.
The Government Digital Service and government-as-a-platform have been called in to question in recent months. Government CTO Liam Maxwell clears things up.
The Prime Minister took the stage at CBI’s annual conference in London this week to talk about unicorns, Tech City and the UK’s poor broadband infrastructure.
Some of the UK Government’s aspirations revealed in the draft of the Investigatory Powers Act not only show that they don’t understand technology – nothing new there then – but that they want to create an environment which lets the ‘bad guys’ have a field day.
Instead of spending time trying to understand processes in an attempt to better manage risk, NHS Education for Scotland is utilising ServiceNow to create ‘everything as a service’.