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Councils urged to focus their efforts on collaboration and sharing
By David Bicknell
Former Surrey and Croydon ICT Lead Nick Roberts says individual organisations have neither all the information they need to successfully complete end to end citizen tasks, nor the resources to succeed alone
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
Do we need a cloud-first mandate in local government?
Eduserv’s Jos Creese says UK councils have a way to go in understanding how the cloud can or should play a role in local public services modernisation
Management > CIO > Features
When will UK citizens have the chance to vote online?
Ian Brook of Scytl asks whether advanced encryption and decryption methods that incorporate digital signatures and immutable logs may lead to improved trust in, and the wider adoption of e-voting
Public Services > Central government > Features
Worcestershire targets delivering 100% of services online
By David Bicknell
Council believes by focusing on app-driven digital channels developed with OutSystems, it can cut costs, simplify council interaction for citizens, and share solutions with other authorities
Applications > Business Applications > Features
Could the changing shape of social care have an impact on workloads?
As 60% of local authority senior leaders indicate that information is or will be recorded electronically by social care practitioners – at the point of contact – within the next two years, Mark Raeburn looks at what this means for the sector
Business > Efficiency > Features
What G-Cloud could learn from DOS
Bhuwan Kaushik, chief executive of Spectromax, argues a DOS-inspired G-Cloud would create a level playing field for all
Public Services > Central government > Features
The unintended consequence of “Digital Transformation”
Carlos Oliveira, founder and chief executive of Shaping Cloud, explains that when it comes to true “digital transformation”, process transformation happens before the digital phase
Public Services > Central government > Features
Building the right team to support the beautiful local government game
Chris Ginnelly, managing director of Civica Digital Solutions, explores the similarities between running a digitally enabled local authority and managing a winning football team
Public Services > Local government > Features
Branch Offices: the public sector’s Achilles’ Heel
John Street, regional director, public sector UK and Ireland for Riverbed Technology, discusses the challenge facing technology-starved remote and branch offices
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Accessibility: a concept for tomorrow - or today’s challenge?
Steve Tyler, the RNIB’s head of solutions, strategy and planning says we need to change attitudes on accessibility
Public Services > Central government > Features
Councils must exit slow lane when it comes to future IT strategy
IT teams need to work with their organisations to improve the business understanding of cloud limitations, risks and opportunities argues Eduserv’s Jos Creese
Management > CIO > Features
Digital Economy Bill: Unlocking the potential of data for local government
Stephen Morgan, co-founder of digital transformation business Squiz discusses The Digital Economy Bill and why data sharing needs to be transformed across the public sector
Public Services > Central government > Features
E-Invoicing and the public sector – how to stop adoption falling behind
Basware UK managing director Amabel Grant asks why UK public sector e-Invoicing adoption is stalling and what the key barriers may be to take up
Business > Efficiency > Features
Cognitive computing can transform the NHS
Andreas Haimböck-Tichy, director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IBM UKI explains how cognitive systems can add “layers of value” for those involved in public healthcare
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
Driving positive outcomes through digital literacy
With less money and more demand for services, Leeds City Council needs to ensure that digital transformation delivers better outcomes for its citizens. Its ambition is a 100% Digital Leeds, where everyone has the skills they need to use the Internet, says the council's digital and learning development manager for libraries, Jason Tutin
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
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