This could mean big things for the G-Cloud, where security has been a stumbling block in the past
In the second part of our video exclusive in association with Cloud-Channel.tv, former UK government G-Cloud boss Chris Chant argues the need for marketing and promotion when selling via the Cloudstore.
How the UK’s energy department is orchestrating the installation of smart meters nationwide with the help of Huddle.
Last week’s Think Cloud for Government conference in London welcomed the original G-Cloud program director Chris Chant back from semi-retirement in France to offer up his views on his ‘baby’, over two years after the launch of the UK national cloud computing strategy.
While it’s pitched as a good poster child story for the G-Cloud initiative, there are one or two questions left hanging uneasily in the wake of the UK foreign ministry’s decision to award a £6.3 million contract to Capgemini.
The UK stands separate from European partners in cloud strategy, but risks missing out on the benefits
Traditional suppliers are facing an uphill battle and will need to transform their business models to accommodate
Some useful reminders for how to approach procurement in this new world of fast-paced digital technology
When last we spoke, Denise McDonagh CBE promised to be a cloud champion across government. Nine months on, the CTO at the UK Home Office is still on fire when it comes to the cause of cloud computing and commodity purchasing
Government CTO Liam Maxwell was speaking at this week’s Think Cloud for Government conference in London
The US government now has its very own version of the UK’s Government Digital Service and that’s a very, very good thing to be able to boast.
The US government looks set to emulate the success of the UK’s Government Digital Service (GDS), just the ‘Mother of Parliaments’ in the UK turns its attention to the need for a new Head of Digital to improve its online offerings.
A pact between the governments of Israel and the UK to work on the development of digital services as part of the so called D8 initiative reminds us of how we can learn from one another, even if the European Commission isn’t keen on national efforts.