Mark Kleinman and Mischa Dohler of King’s College London have four recommendations to ensure the UK’s strong position in 5G is not thrown away
Ed Macnair on how local authorities should respond to new anti-radicalisation laws.
A more collaborative future needs the right IT platform to support the transformation journey, says Andrew Hawkins.
A gradual move to the cloud is the best option for most organisations, according to Paul Evans.
G-Cloud is a disaster, and the Government’s seems to have little interest in supporting its aims, says Alex Rabbetts.
Mike Bracken says that agile is a state of mind - not a set of rules.
While inaction is not an option, local authorities should be wary of building rigid and inflexible technology to analyse Big Data, says Nick Blake.
Some of us will get around to it tomorrow. Some of us did it a while back and think it’s probably still up-to-date. A small number of us checked it today and know it’s up-to-date.
Andrew Gunn says that local authorities must not underestimate the technical challenges posed by the government’s drive to hand them more power.
Agile is not a panacea for all ills, but can help government deliver digital services more efficiently, says Daniel Thornton.
The Scottish Government is still failing to get basic digital contract management right, according to a new report. Gemma Diamond looks at the findings.
Councils need to realise the full potential of their data - and the advantage it gives them - says Adrian Brown.
Andrew Maybin looks at how local government’s sluggish adoption of the platform can be improved.
Harry Metcalfe welcomes the fresh approach to the Digital Services framework, but says the devil will be in the detail.
Tom Baker says new platforms for delivering government services will only reach their full potential through collaboration between users and providers.
Nicky Stewart says David Cameron's new Conservative government has a host of reasons to support the further development of G-Cloud over the next five years.
Big Data offers a huge opportunity for policymakers to optimise policy, programme, and service design, according to Douglas Beal.
David Warburton says that whatever the result of today’s general election, continuity of policy towards public sector ICT is vital.
Councils need to be freed to make the most of the potential benefits from Smart City technology, according to Peter Robbins.
Harry Metcalfe says a new Digital Services framework needs to judged by measurable standards of user satisfaction.
Ivan Harris says whoever forms the next government will face a big task in driving greater adoption of cloud services within the public sector.
In the age of digital customer service, the role of employees is more important than ever before, says David Moody.