Real-time mapping system lays the groundwork for emerging technologies, as demonstrated by the Ordnance Survey.
The City of Zaanstad reckons building its own custom software with the Betty Blocks application development platform has been a major cost-saver — and efficiency creator.
Cleveland Police Force says data services provider Experian helped it eradicate its very high number of duplicate and incomplete records.
Too few technology chiefs understand the power of disruption, says Leeds City Council’s digital executive.
How universal docking is allowing all 4,000 members of Staffordshire County Council’s workforce to work in new ways
Mark Cridge discusses how civic tech organisation mySociety is going through a moment of reflection and is considering Brexit, climate change and inequality in the UK.
UKCloud has been one of the UK tech sector’s greatest success stories in recent years, providing cloud infrastructure to the public sector.
Chris Middleton presents the second of two reports from the Westminster eForum on smart cities.
Third largest council in Scotland says a different way of working with documents is translating to over £6m worth of savings over 10 years.
A report by the influential Public Accounts Committee has said that local authority finances continue to deteriorate. Whilst not specifically a ‘digital’ problem, the context is important.
With Government austerity still very much the order of the day in Local Government circles, finding a local authority CIO planning expansion of services to help vulnerable citizens is something of a rarity, but it seems a move to Nutanix is helping with both cost savings – carbon footprint and real estate – and more powerful resources.
Local Government councils coming together to share IT is increasingly common - and here is a story of how one member of just such a Partnership, the coming together of Surrey, and East Sussex County Councils with Brighton and Hove City Council as the Orbis Partnership, has taken the plunge into the world of hyperconverged architectures with Nutanix.
Government which tech projects to receive share of £2 million funding - from digital dairy farming to SME productivity
A separate funding competition has also been announced, which will allow businesses, local authorities and academia to test rolling out productivity-boosting technology.