Four suppliers expected to tender to supply patient administration and clinical systems to primary care providers
Nearly a third (28%) of local IT leaders do not think they their organisation is completely ready for impending compliance regulations.
Council reveals more details of new ICT model, including SIAM and strengthened governance arrangements
New report lifts lid on frustrations and tensions within government over role of Government Digital Service
Data protection legislation commitment survives Tory cull of manifesto promises
Selected candidate will work for BPDTS, the government-owned IT company that serves DWP
Professor David Hughes authored NHS Digital’s data strategy and will now focus on mental health analytics
Technology is predicted to be the fastest growing sector of the Scottish economy to 2024
London borough to replace council-operated 24/7 monitoring service for elderly residents
Group chat services can make civil servants more efficient by reducing email overload. If government does not embrace them, it will lose out
A fresh look at data protection and backup best practice, particularly when it comes to ransomware.
"At the end of the day, the services are all the same, so if you’re doing bins from Shetland to Glasgow to the Borders, we all do similar services"
Fear around GDPR is being "hyped up by companies trying to sell solutions".
Sir David Norgrove, the new chair of the UK Statistics Authority, sees better use of existing administrative data as a way to bolster the nation’s understanding of itself without conducting original and costly research.
Last month's high-profile cyber attack caused chaos across much of the NHS, but some parts were unscathed. SA Mathieson explores why
Ensuring spaces can be booked by the public and other bodies can bring in revenue and create efficiencies, argues Chris Smith
Des Ward, information governance director at Innopsis, reflects on the real story behind the WannaCry cyber-attack.
With the cyber threat shifting its focus to sabotage rather than data theft, many of the defences deployed by public sector organisations will have to be adapted for the new world
New threats require the sort of joint civilian and military planning that was common in the Cold War – but with a focus on cyber rather than nuclear, says Jennifer Cole of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
There is no lack of appetite for data projects – it’s just that the scope of them is so vast, many people don’t know where to begin
General election 2017: Politicians have been silent on data – and unwilling to let councils take the lead
While some councils boast impressive advocates for data analysis, there are strict limits on what they can accomplish without the backing of Westminster – as the election campaign row over social care shows