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Coventry consults over next stage of cloud migration aims Cost and security considerations among key focuses as authority aims to set out best practice in switching to more collaborative and mobile working Infrastructure > Cloud > News
NAO doubts effectiveness of £40m GP IT contract Auditor says GPES system has been significantly delayed with costs more than doubling, while only one customer organisation is currently using technology Public Services > Healthcare > News

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ERP

King's College trust picks Civica for care record shake-up
By Neil Merrett
Trust to begin implementing digital care record across its sites as part of wider integrated care aims and plans to go paperless by 2018
Applications > ERP > News
Havering and Newham launch pilot to share budgeting software
By David Bicknell
Sharing of Advanced system intended to provide councils with single overview of budgets while saving costs
Business > Efficiency > News

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CRM

Cardiff makes strategic move into the Cloud
By David Bicknell
SAP Cloud digital transformation project intended to help council manage budget pressures, improve business processes and improve customer services
Infrastructure > Cloud > News
Supreme Court targets cloud document management expansion
By Neil Merrett
Switch to Microsoft cloud-based CRM designed to support increased mobile working and integration of correspondence tracking
Infrastructure > Cloud > News

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Patient Records

Care.data trial practices unveiled as objection concerns remain
By Neil Merrett
NHS England maintains no information will be extracted under care.data without data guardian's consent, as critics call for greater clarity on a patient's right to opt-out
Public Services > Healthcare > News
NAO doubts effectiveness of £40m GP IT contract
By Neil Merrett
Auditor says GPES system has been significantly delayed with costs more than doubling, while only one customer organisation is currently using technology
Public Services > Healthcare > News

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Middleware

HSCIC seeking supplier to link Health and Justice
By Charlotte Jee
NHS England working on how to replace existing healthcare services in the criminal justice system from June 2016
Applications > Business Applications > News
HMRC prepares to replace CHIEF
By Charlotte Jee
Department hoping to find a substitute for the business critical system, with Capgemini contract due to expire in January 2015
Applications > Business Applications > News

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SaaS

CCS Digital Marketplace tour to target local authority needs
By Neil Merrett
Roadshow event will tour multiple UK cities to detail upcoming DSF and G-Cloud developments and address stakeholder questions on both frameworks
Public Services > Central government > News
Coventry consults over next stage of cloud migration aims
By Neil Merrett
Cost and security considerations among key focuses as authority aims to set out best practice in switching to more collaborative and mobile working
Infrastructure > Cloud > News

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Open Source

Highways England mulls GIS expansion potential
By Neil Merrett
Organisation’s use of mapping tools to inform ongoing provision of cycling schemes viewed as key exemplar to encourage further take up of the technology
Public Services > Central government > News
Liberal Democrats propose Digital Rights Bill
By Neil Merrett
13 step plan aims to reforms data protection and online privacy through stronger regulator and encryption technologies
Public Services > Central government > News

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Social Media

Liberal Democrats propose Digital Rights Bill
By Neil Merrett
13 step plan aims to reforms data protection and online privacy through stronger regulator and encryption technologies
Public Services > Central government > News
Socitm: CIOs "vital" to realising 'smart place' potential
By Neil Merrett
ICT heads key to developing 'smart places', while innovation body cites public trust as data sharing hurdle
Public Services > Central government > News

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Geographical Information

Highways England mulls GIS expansion potential
By Neil Merrett
Organisation’s use of mapping tools to inform ongoing provision of cycling schemes viewed as key exemplar to encourage further take up of the technology
Public Services > Central government > News
Ipswich trust eyes efficiency reforms with visualised data research
By Neil Merrett
Hospital among growing number of trusts focusing on visualising and mapping performance data to better prepare for increased service demand
Applications > Geographic Information > News

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Systems Software

Capita chosen for Welsh fire service collaboration support
By Neil Merrett
Software agreement will support operation of shared control room services between multiple fire and police services upon going live next May
Public Services > Blue light > News
PCS members back Universal Credit service centre strikes
By Neil Merrett
No timeline set for possible strikes at two out of seven UK service centres; DWP says "constructive discussions" underway over IT grievances
Public Services > Central government > News

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Business Applications

Hounslow eyes automated revenue collection with contract extension
By Neil Merrett
£9m agreement will focus on automation and self service provision over next 30 months as authority considers its options beyond 2017
Applications > Business Applications > News
NHS Western Isles targets predictive analysis drive
By Neil Merrett
Trust currently implementing a growing number of real time performance dashboards to visualise data in a drive to inform more efficient service delivery
Applications > Business Applications > News



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