The influential Public Accounts Committee has placed heavy criticism on both the online marketplaces and HMRC for not doing enough to tackle VAT fraud.
Naveen Kandasami, global IT executive director at Sealed Air, explains how the company is standardising and transforming with SAP Hybris.
Carsten Thoma, president of SAP Hybris, gives us his rundown on the company’s focus for creating an enablement and engagement platform.
Scott Owen Mason, COO IT and head of IT operations at Novartis, spoke at ServiceNow’s annual customer event in London this week.
Gary Barnett, head of end user advisory at GlobalData Technology, talks about what is working and what isn’t within the central digital government agenda.
Enterprise technology giant Oracle has responded to an executive order from President Trump that opens it up to charges of being on the wrong side of change
The German arm of Sky TV is moving away from its legacy MySQL environment to Couchbase in a bid to get a 360 view of the customer.
Matt Cain joined the company back in April and is hoping to make his mark in the competitive NoSQL by pushing Couchbase’s ‘engagement database’.
The recent Think AI for Public Sector event in London highlighted a number of emerging themes as artificial intelligence becomes more ubiquitous in society.
Nesta chief executive, Geoff Mulgan CBE, explains that he thinks increased use of AI and automation will lead to more jobs, not less.
Defra is affected by 25% of all incoming EU regulations to the UK and is having to prioritise its digital investments ahead of Brexit.
The Danish Ambassador to the UK explains that whilst nation states are still important, the influence of tech giants can’t be ignored.
Paul Maltby, director of data projects, communities and local government, discusses the importance of bringing digital and policy professionals together.