Online notice reveals controversial trials are to be expanded into a national service – about which government, law enforcement, watchdogs and all the UK’s major ISPs declined to answer questions from PublicTechnology
Microsoft surveys a handful of capabilities offered by SQL Server 2016
iomart reveals the five most important factors that lead to successful cloud migration
There is a still a gap between cloud awareness and cloud-readiness of organisations considering implementing cloud solutions, says Jos Creese.
G-Cloud needs to evolve with the market to arrest a recent slump in sales through the framework, says Bhuwan Kaushik.
Managers need to design and implement solutions that meet the needs of staff as well as the end user, says Jane Roberts.
Microsoft reviews the technology that can help police officers perform their jobs more effectively
Warwickshire county council’s head of information assets tells Gill Hitchcock that cloud technologies offer local authorities a range of benefits provided they do their groundwork
Microsoft analyses six common misconceptions about cloud migration
Almost a third of government ICT professionals don’t trust the public cloud to keep their data secure – a much higher proportion than the private sector.
Microsoft offers its vision for organisations navigating a cloud-first, mobile-first world.
There used to be so many ways of classifying government data it was difficult to ensure data protection. Now there are much clearer rules, argues Microsoft.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has launched a tender worth up to £150m to replace its outdated and fragmented ICT system.
Cambridge City Council has unveiled a flagship initiative to develop a next generation cloud-based food safety management system.
Microsoft looks at how digital technology can improve firefighter safety
G-Cloud purchases fell by almost a quarter in February over the previous month, government data reveal.
Public sector ICT experts gathered to discuss the steps required if cloud is to become a firm fixture in Scotland's public sector
The Welsh government’s environment adviser is to migrate disaster recovery and application and infrastructure support to the cloud in a bid to consolidate its separate systems.
Think tank calls for ‘appropriate parts’ of HMRC’s Aspire contract to be included in new Crown Marketplace
The government’s promised Crown Marketplace online procurement platform should have its remit expanded to include “appropriate parts” of the HM Revenue and Customs’ Aspire IT contract, according to a new report.
Microsoft examines some of the key opportunities a CFO can gain through adopting the cloud.
G-Cloud purchases by local government made another steady rise during January – up 12% on December.
The Crown Commercial Service is on course to exceed the top end of its savings target for 2015-16, but director Matt Denham has spoken of the challenges the agency faces in the hunt for its own Uber and Airbnb equivalents.