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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
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Who is leading Open Data in Europe? Walking the Open Data talk
Capgemini Consulting’s Wendy Carrara, project manager for the European Data Portal, discusses the UK’s open data readiness, including ways it could learn from its neighbours and even improve on its open data policy
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Brexit should speed up digital transformation, not slow it down
Peter Dunn, director UK Public Sector at Rimini Street, argues advocates of digital transformation should be urging a faster and more ambitious approach
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Microsoft eyes hybrid open source approach to public sector work
By Neil Merrett
Software giant says multi-platform environment that includes Linux operating systems and Android have driven it towards use of more open standards in how it provides technologies and services
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Which do you want to be? A Netflix or a Blockbuster government?
Dr Mark Thompson, Methods’ strategy director and senior lecturer in information systems at Cambridge Judge Business School offers some thought-provoking insight on the impact of the Internet on government and public services
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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In defence of G-Cloud
Nicky Stewart, commercial director at Skyscape Cloud Services, responds to recent concerns about G-Cloud from Memset co-founder and managing director Kate Craig-Wood
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Would a Brexit slow the UK Government's digital transformation drive?
James Norman, public sector CIO at EMC, considers the implications on Whitehall digital transformation of a vote to Leave the EU
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AWS public sector lead welcomes UK cloud computing "maturity"
By Neil Merrett
Max Peterson argues organisations such as TFL demonstrate a new focus on transformational service functions; highlights importance of G-Cloud flexibility to ensure innovation
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Agile is not a noun, it's...'scheduled maintenance'
By David Bicknell
LocalGovCamp discussion highlights agile challenge for central and local exponents
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Why Michael Gove is wrong about EU procurement rules
Vote Leave's claim that EU public procurement legislation creates a multibillion pound bill for the taxpayer may have generated some heat, but not much light. And its argument for procurement change is misleading, says Andy Haigh of Sixfold International
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