What does your business future look like in 2020? These six trends will bring change and new opportunities, writes Oracle NetSuite’s Nicky Tozer
Zoho WorkDrive rounds out the cloud-based business application vendor's digital teamwork capabilities, offering an all-in-one collaborative canvas
The advent of the G-Cloud and a stricter procurement policy sought to break up the original Oligopoly a decade ago. But do the same rules apply to Oligopoly 2.0?
The Cabinet Office has come back with a more detailed response and we learn about a new procurement director job in the works
Small and mid-sized businesses now bank almost 60% of the spend that UK central government departments put through G-Cloud, as short, fixed-term contracts, pricing transparency and open procurement have “levelled the playing field.”
The government department has begun moving away from its single supplier model with Fujitsu
Working as part of the government's 'start-up division' – GDS – CTO Liam Maxwell is working hard to overhaul Whitehall's digital capabilities.
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.
HM Treasury looks set to become a test bed for a more SME-centric approach to outsourcing deals in the UK public sector. But it's going to be a long journey yet...
A popular view of the UK digital economy is that it is small, dominated by start-ups and delivers low revenue and low employment. Not true, says an interesting new report which argues that the UK digital economy is being misunderstood by both business and policy makers thanks to reliance on a 68 year old method of measurement.
An Information Economy for the UK? Yes please Prime Minister - but what is there that is actually new in the lastest strategy document to emerge from Britain's digitally-friendly government?