Local government purchases made through the G-Cloud framework increased to £2.53m in April - up 2.24% on the previous month, official data has revealed.
The proportion of public sector bodies using more than one cloud-based service has risen from 53% to 82% over the past year, according to new data.
The industry representative group for the Public Services Network is rebranding itself in order to campaign on wider issues relating to information services in the public sector.
Phil Gibson, head of trade organisation PSNGB, talks to PublicTechnology about the implications of today’s general election victory for the Conservative Party – and how continuing austerity is likely to drive further transformation of public service delivery through digital technology.
Plans unveiled yesterday to remove barriers to cross-border data sharing could help the development of public services, according to the European Commission.
Seven in ten local public sector organisations are using cloud technology, according to a survey of the sector.
Local government purchases through the G-Cloud framework rose to £2.47m in March – up 28% on the previous month.
Ivan Harris says whoever forms the next government will face a big task in driving greater adoption of cloud services within the public sector.
Paul Evans with the questions you should be asking potential suppliers of your cloud backup technology.
Digital is changing the relationship between the state and the public, a new PwC survey finds most councils are only at the beginning of their evolution.
Local government spending through the G-Cloud framework totalled £1.93m in February, the government has announced.
Paul Lipman suggests that local government organisations should look to the cloud to address growing security challenges.
Andrew Hawkins says the new role for GDS may prove less significant for local government ICT than other measures in the Budget.