Chris Middleton presents the first of two reports from the Westminster eForum on quantum technology. First, where does the government stand in nurturing a new quantum economy?
The British Heart Foundation aims to raise half a billion pounds to fight circulatory diseases by 2020 - and says moving to cloud will be a big factor in getting there
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.
Hackney Council says it can now build mobile applications 50% faster using the approach. We speak to Head of Digital and Data, Matthew Cain, to find out more.
Whilst he worked at the DVLA, Iain Patterson’s goal was to deliver benefits for civil servants and the ability to implement changes faster and at lower cost. Now as Chief Digital Officer at UKCloud, he explains more about that journey and answers some of the most pressing questions on the future of Government Transformation.
‘We got over 60,000 tickets to the service desk team in six months; of these, 85.9% were resolved on first contact’
North West council says digital transformation has reduced contact centre drop-ins by 95%
The US Department of Defense's JEDI procurement has led to some very public protests from tech vendors, the latest of which is IBM.
Hancock’s half hour is over and Jeremy Wright takes the reins at DCMS.
A cloud native policy is helping the UK government to increase adoption and innovation, according to delegates at AWS Summit in London.
Blockchain will underpin all public services in the future, according to Mariya Gabriel, the EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society.
Cloud Strategist at UKCloud, Bill Mew, explains why trends towards multi-cloud, community cloud, fog computing and edge computing all indicate a new phase in which cloud matures to become more customer centric.