With less than six months until new data-protection law is introduced, PublicTechnology hears from regulators and data professionals across central and local government about what they see as the major challenges facing them between now and 25 May
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We hear from principal analyst programmer at Dumfries and Galloway Council about his current and future challenges.
We catch up with the head of connectivity, economy and data division in the digital directorate within the Scottish Government.
Aberdeen City Council’s digital transformation manager talks about his work on digital with other councils and companies.
We catch up with the head of ICT at Fife Council on the challenges he faces and his predictions for 2016.
Matt Foster explores how HMRC is looking to life after Aspire – the single biggest ICT deal in all of government.
Aberdeen City Council's head of ICT tells us what makes him tick and gives his digital predictions for 2016.
What lessons does the insourcing of ICT by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency provide for other public sector organisations?
Joel Dolisy suggests four ways to ensure network continuity despite cuts in public sector spending.
Tahiana Jefferis on how the implementation of a new SAP system has helped improve the productivity of her council's remote workers.
Can data be too open? Mark Rowe takes a look at the lessons for the public sector from Defra’s ambitious new initiative.
What are benefits that joint working can bring to government – and where do the challenges lie? A recent round table found out.
Farid Ouazzani on how the rise of the Cloud has affected the approach organisations are taking to backing up data.
Last week, hackers stole 13,134 email addresses from City of Edinburgh Council - professor Bill Buchanan of Edinburgh Napier University offers his verdict.
Tim Gibson assesses government efforts to protect public and private sectors alike from the threat posed by hackers.
Who is the man taking over from Francis Maude in charge of government digital strategy and procurement?
Josh Chambers looks at global examples for a clue as to how Whitehall can work with local governments to produce true “government as a platform”.
Governments across the world are increasingly using online games to train staff and engage with the public.
Phil Neal lists the ways technology can help improve early intervention decisions by local authorities.
A guide to help local authorities understand the threat from cyber attacks, produced by central government.
How strong support from the leaders of a public service body gave staff the courage to create a successful social media campaign.
A majority of UK parliamentarians believe that UK public sector data should be securely processed in this country - what do councils need to consider when procuring data storage services?