Digital Minister Margot James doesn't seem to have been consulted about the Chancellor's new digital tax. Might have been an idea, perhaps?
Ofcom's fudge of a deal with BT over Openreach has BT exactly where it wants to be. This is not the deal that a Brexit-facing Britain needed to have delivered.
Scotland's got grand plans to use digital to boost GDP by £13 billion, but is the foundation in place to make that more than another case of 'think of a number'?
Mike Bracken's been trying to transform UK government IT. Now he's turning his attention to another UK institution, the troubled Co-operative Group.
More than a quarter of English local authorities have introduced e-marketplaces to enable citizens to buy social care in a model not dissimilar to the US Health Insurance Marketplace. Will such platforms transform service delivery or simply end up replicating old models?
The UK doesn't stand a chance of winning the Eurovision Song Contest any longer, but will the forthcoming referendum on Europe lead to nul points for investment?
Getting ahead of the curve is paying back for Accenture as digital accounts for a fifth of overall business at the firm.