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Anglesey gets "work smart" to meet budget challenge
By David Bicknell
Insight engagement saves council £140,000 from potential licensing costs
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
The future of IT in schools
Capita SIMS director Phil Neal examines what the emergence of cloud and mobile technologies means for UK primary schools
Infrastructure > Cloud > Features
Six priorities for digital transformation in government in 2016
James Norman, UK Public Sector CIO at EMC, discusses the need to strengthen our digital foundation based on data and transparency
Public Services > Central government > Features
Youth justice system: The Times They are A-Changin'
In the midst of sweeping budget cuts, youth justice services are implementing a new system for assessing child offenders and are eagerly awaiting the results of a comprehensive government review. Gareth Jones, chair of the Association of Youth Offending Team managers, explains how Britain's youth justice system is coping with the turbulent times
Public Services > Justice > Features
2016 Tech Trends for IT Leaders
BCS president for 2015/16 Jos Creese looks ahead to 2016's tech trends and predicts more IT spending with 'digital' becoming a board level issue will be matched by greater expectations
Management > CIO > Features
Britain is paying for its digital exclusion
Jacqueline de Rojas, area VP of Northern Europe at Citrix and president at techUK, looks at the true costs of our disconnected society
Infrastructure > Telecoms > Features
2016: another strong year for IoT
Joel Dolisy, CIO and CTO of SolarWinds argues the Internet of Things will continue to grow in the public sector in 2016, but warns that security must remain front-of-mind
Infrastructure > Devices > Features
Clackmannanshire opts for a fresh approach
By David Bicknell
Smallest mainland council in Scotland picks TechnologyOne's OneCouncil finance system to eliminate paper-based processes and streamline supplier transactions
Applications > Business Applications > Features
Tired of your user? You should be - trade them in and start afresh in 2016
By David Bicknell
Chris Airey, former Director of Digital Services and Technology at DVSA, says digital transformation must focus on the 'enabled user' rather than adopt a slavish approach to the users a project began with
Public Services > Central government > Features
How can the Met create an effective digital service for police and the public?
Chief Inspector Mike Loebenberg and Superintendent Ade Hutchinson discuss implementing the force's digital vision
Public Services > Police > Features
Spending Review spells out the digital imperative
  The Spending Review forces the hand of local government leaders to accelerate digital delivery, based on common and shared platforms. IT infrastructure must be shared, rationalised, open and flexible, says Jos Creese
Management > CIO > Features
Why GDS and tech industry collaboration must underpin Government as a Platform
The successful delivery of GaaP requires all stakeholders - GDS, the departments, existing suppliers, new entrants and start-ups - to work together towards the GaaP common goal, says Shaping Cloud chief executive Carlos Oliveira
Public Services > Central government > Features
Next Generation: Public Sector 2.0...
Sharon Bagshaw, vice president, central government, defence and health, IBM UK and Ireland discusses what the UK public sector could look like in the wake of a forthcoming digital transformation plan
Public Services > Central government > Features
The move to mobile: what can the public sector learn from retail?
Sharon Bagshaw from IBM UK and Ireland discusses how significant shifts in consumer purchasing behaviour and interaction can inform public service delivery
Public Services > Central government > Features
Don't let an identity crisis stand in the way of health and care integration
Challenges in identifying patients and connecting their activity across multiple health and social care organisations cannot remain a barrier to integration, writes Connecting Care programme director Andy Kinnear
Public Services > Healthcare > Features
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