Did the spat between Brazil and the US over NSA revelations of spying impact an important defense contract? Some might wish that was the case but when you dig a little deeper then the economics speak for themselves.
“Some [suppliers] get it, some of them don’t. But our job is not to support sales of BMWs in the M3 corridor.” Tough talking from the UK's Chief Operating Officer as the journey to digital reform gets underway.
It's one year on from the publication of the UK government's digital strategy and Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude is pleased with progress to date, even if there's still a long way to go.
It’s as if decades of public sector IT disasters never happened. It’s perfectly clear that precious few lessons have been learned from them at any rate if the sorry example of Universal Credit is anything to go by.
It’s the perfect time for the Department of Work and Pensions to slip out some unwelcome words on the subject of Universal Credit (UC), the UK public sector’s most important IT initiative of the moment. Cynical opportunism? Perish the thought!
A job well done by the Baroness of Soho, but not one that's been completed by any manner of means. A digital society is down to all of us.
Cornerstone OnDemand is making a platform play via the medium of an incubation fund. This has the potential to be a very interesting development and one to watch.
The UK's Labor Party leader wants to force IT firms to hire an unskilled apprentice for every skilled worker they hire in from offshore. But will his digital ambitions run foul of European Union law?