The NHS has undergone ‘tech transformations’ before, but Hancock is hoping that the use of common standards and interoperability will help drive the necessary change.
SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin welcomes GDPR, but the side-effects may be grim, he says.
The world is awash in data but most of it buried away in hard to find or inaccessible places—researchers’ hard drives, private servers or obscure web sites—or it is in formats that are difficult to work with. data.world aims to change that one dataset at a time.
The appearance – in telecast form – of information liberator-in-chief, Edward Snowden, at the OpenStack Summit raised more applause than hackles, and his views on the role of the open source community as a collective protector of people and defence against government and corporate actions, struck some loud bells with many in the audience.
Knowing how funds are spent is crucial for non-profits. Unit4's Ton Dobbe explains how it's helping an innovative NASA project and enhancing disaster relief
CIO Bill Wilkins explains how the company’s approach has changed over the years to provide customers with more advanced analytics.
Digital assistants and artificial intelligence could transform public services. Unit4's Mark Gibbison sets out seven ways they will help
David Walsh, CFO at New Zealand Post, tells Unit4's Ton Dobbe about its remarkable transformation story and how a 180-year-old business survives disruption.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn sees electoral opportunity in using tech to win elections, but also sets out his stall for bringing democracy to the internet via some Massive Multi-Person On-line Deliberation.