Annual accounts for in-house IT company show number of ‘red days’ fell by a third, while coronavirus crisis saw costs rise more than £9m
PHE also reveals outsourcers Serco and Sitel will process sensitive information and claims length of retention is ‘because Covid-19 is a new disease’
Stephen Twynam of Citrix argues that by adjusting Bring Your Own Device to Use Your Own Device, the sentiment shifts and the negative connotations of BYOD are alleviated
Newly published spend-control data shows that deals were awarded to extend service provision until 2022
In our final series Citrix on Sustainability, watch as Northern Europe Area Vice President Michelle Senecal de Fonseca joins Fred Dahlman, Associate Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at the University of Warwick Business School, Jarvis Smith, Media Owner, My Green Pod and Jeppe Juel, Managing Consultant Director, NNIT to discuss...
Signatories including Liberty and Open Knowledge Foundation call for greater transparency
Department will shortly issue guidance on support with buying tech
Department says it was necessary to skip competitive process and award contract – which includes early access to Microsoft products – directly to vendor
Institution declares that lectures will be provided in online-only form
Watch this short animation from Citrix to see if there’s a better way to work which is not only better for you, but also better for the planet.
When legislation required the UK aviation regulator to build a service for registering drones, it turned to user-centred design and agile development
Sustainability is increasingly influencing the decisions people make. Citrix discusses the questions this raises for business with three industry experts.
The Digital Marketplace, and the frameworks it supports, are designed to help Whitehall procure in an agile way. But PublicTechnology finds the frequency and type of usage varies significantly across departments
Jon Murden, lead healthcare technologist for the UK and Ireland at Citrix, explains how the company is helping NHS trusts fast-track their remote-working capabilities in a matter of hours
Spend control data shows business case approved for Atlas programme
Technology can support remote working
GDS review concluded that moving to US-style nomenclature would be ‘confusing’
Suppliers invited to apply for latest iteration of flagship procurement vehicle – which may the last before it is restructured into more specialised deals
Tax agency picks two suppliers to deliver ‘infrastructure and technology upgrade'
Assessment of long-term tech overhaul concludes that scheme is on track and represents good value
Two national services have been migrated to cloud environment
Institution seeks partner to assist with construction of new infrastructure