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Data is the 21st Century’s oil. And the government must ensure its engine is ready
Aingaran Pillai, chief executive and founder of Zaizi, says effective use of data in government is the future. But Whitehall needs to take a close look at its digital transformation processes, because the cracks can no longer be papered over
Public Services > Central government > Features
Can technology open the door to joined up health and social care?
Technology has a pivotal role to play in delivering successful health and social care integration, says Mark Raeburn, managing director of Capita One
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
The future of health is digitally empowered - and the possibilities are endless
Andreas Haimboeck-Tichy, director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IBM UK & Ireland, discusses the growing applications of cognitive technology for the healthcare industry
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Why government should ring-fence £4 million for local data scientists
Tom Symons, principal researcher in government innovation at Nesta, says a data revolution is coming to local government, but it needs a helping hand from Whitehall
Public Services > Central government > Features
Crisis in confidence: why data sovereignty is vital to cloud adoption
Toplevel strategy director Jane Roberts warns that worries over how to govern data in the cloud is impacting cloud migration
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
How to implement a successful IT project in Government
James Norman, UK public sector CIO at Dell EMC, discusses the necessary areas for change that could lead to far better success and real digital transformation
Public Services > Central government > Features
PEPPOL set to deliver e-invoicing step-change
The PEPPOL framework is set to revolutionise European e-invoicing and do for electronic trading what interoperability agreements between mobile operators have done since the 1990s, says Richard Manson, commercial director of CloudTrade
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
2017: The year UK education was digitalised
Ash Merchant, director of Education, Fujitsu looks ahead to education in 2017. He predicts immersive learning will become mainstream and education will see a step change in its take-up of digital technology
Public Services > Education > Features
Achieving health service transformation: resolving the digital paradox
While NHS trusts are beginning to embrace a ‘digital by default’ approach and mobile working, details around funding, technology assessments and integration need to be finalised, argues IMS MAXIMS chief clinical information officer Prof. Michael Thick
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Digital initiatives: looking beyond the technology
Driving digital initiatives requires a great customer experience as much as technical excellence says James Collingridge, partnership manager at Peterborough City Council
Public Services > Local government > Features
The government needs to get its ‘digital mojo’ back: here’s how
With little ‘digital’ of note in the Autumn Statement, Eduserv’s Jos Creese warns the government’s digital ambitions are on the slow track
Public Services > Central government > Features
Embracing ‘Digital Intelligence’: using big data to transform public services
Sharon Bagshaw, vice president, public sector, IBM UK and Ireland says ‘digital’ is a disruptive, transformative trend, but it’s not the destination. The journey is about embracing digital intelligence
Public Services > Central government > Features
DVSA’s technology modernisation journey
James Munson, director of digital services and technology for DVSA, discusses the agency’s modernisation journey and why it was vital to support the agency’s strategic direction
Public Services > Central government > Features
The future of government IT is a hybrid one
Tim Hearn, director, UK Government and Public Services at VMware says the potential to make fundamental changes to government through Digital Services is huge. But cloud services adoption must be tackled in a way that doesn't ignore the value of existing infrastructure
Public Services > Central government > Features
Databases and the digital citizen
NoSQL technology is starting to help the public sector in ways relational never could, argues Neo Technology’s Emil Eifrem
Applications > Business Applications > Features
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