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EU GDPR: One year Left to Comply
With the clock now starting to tick louder down to GDPR, Richard Stiennon, chief strategy officer of Blancco Technology Group, sets out the steps organisations should take to achieve compliance
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Government-assured digital identity has arrived at a pivot point
GOV.UK Verify must live on and be agile so it can be reset often and easily, argues Frank Joshi
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Creating a world-leading digital platform
Greg Hands, Minister of State for International Trade and Investment, explains how DIT is leveraging technology to promote and support opportunities for export and investment
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Data Science Campus sets off to make its mark on ONS
By David Bicknell
Campus managing director Tom Smith explains how the new organisation can help the UK catch up with other advanced economies in the exploitation of administrative data
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Coding standards needed to counter software defects at heart of failed IT programmes
Mark James, vice president, CAST UK & Ireland asks if standards adoption is the answer to IT project performance in the UK public sector
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Is Cyber resilient?
Des Ward, director of information governance at Innopsis questions whether the standards thinking behind Cyber Essentials is robust enough to make the UK strongly resistant to cyber attack
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You want my digital identity, I want something in return
Approaching digital identity as a ‘this for that’ arrangement is the only way the private sector and Government can live in cyber harmony, argues Frank Joshi
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Bracing for a more mature public sector IoT environment
As IoT technologies move from high profile concepts to real world solutions, public sector bodies must decide where clear gains can be better demonstrated and realised, argues Innovate UK's Jonny Voon
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“GaaP could save councils up to £500m annually”, GDS estimates
GDS’ ability to develop solutions that can be shared with councils should not be underestimated, however Whitehall must listen more to local government expertise, argues Eduserv’s Jos Creese
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Users, vendors and GDS consider life after PSN
By David Bicknell
The need for collaboration, standards, appropriate security, barriers to entry and software defined networking were key issues discussed at the recent Innopsis event
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Too many girls in school believe that IT means working with computers all day long
As National Apprenticeship Week draws to a close, Amber Driscoll, a former apprentice and now Technical Analyst at Computacenter, says she would "wholeheartedly recommend" apprenticeships to other young students
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UK Digital Strategy: turning a conversation into delivery
Following the publication of the UK Government’s Digital Strategy, Jonathan Bradshaw, CTO at digital technology specialist Agilisys, shares his thoughts on how to accelerate digital government at a local level
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The future of text is plain
Mark Foden considers the future of text and believes it’s plain, not rich
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Public sector IT predictions for 2017
Imran Razzaq, public sector business lead at MarkLogic looks into his crystal ball and discusses the year’s likely trends
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Government Computing Focus for early 2017
What issues will we be keeping an eye on editorially in 2017?
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