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Save my life, but not without consent
In a piece that first appeared on the BCS Chartered Institute for IT's Institutional Thinking blog, BCS Policy and Community director David Evans looks at the excruciating dilemma in a broken data system
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Telford in the spotlight as blue light teams arrive on the scene to discuss ESN
By David Bicknell
British APCO conference kicks off early user feedback over planning, coverage, capacity and transition
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Speed of digital transformation increases public sector pressure on testing
Testing cannot simply address the functional dynamics of a requirement. It must also take charge and actively support the continuous transformation of applications, says Gary Moore, head of delivery for government testing services at Capgemini Group
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Taking the cloud-based approach to identity assurance
Users such as the Skills Funding Agency are turning to the cloud to help deliver single authoritative identity assurance solutions, says Fordway managing director Richard Blanford
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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
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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
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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
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It's the data, stupid: new technologies and public safety
As the public sector embraces new technologies, it is vital we stay ahead of the curve and ensure that our data systems are equipped to deal with them, says Euros Evans, chief technology officer of Airwave
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Why the cyber attack on TalkTalk should be a wake up call for all organisations
Nick Wilding, head of cyber resilience, AXELOS, explains why cyber security is not just about bits and bytes, it's about behaviour
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Mobile technology: no longer disruptive but constructive
Making the business case for mobility is straightforward on paper. But, argues Ian Dalton, president, Global Government and Health at BT Global Services, too many public sector organisations are still struggling to introduce and manage mobile technologies
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When it comes to protecting sensitive information, how much is enough?
Phil Davies, Director Network & Infrastructure Systems at Thales UK discusses the landscape for securing sensitive government information and the successor to the Public Services Network (PSN) framework post-budget and what it means for the technology industry
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NHSmail2: the dawn of a new era in data security?
Will the newly procured managed email service represent a brave new world? Or is it another hurdle for NHS trusts, asks Egress Software Technologies chief executive Tony Pepper
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Enterprise Computing for Government? Yes, but only on enterprise terms and conditions
PSNGB director Neil Mellor calls for stability, guidance and sense in 2015 for PSN
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Is it safe to collaborate in the cloud?
Jirka Danek, former chief technology officer and chief information security officer with the Canadian Federal Government discusses the steps needed for the public sector to adopt cloud computing and realise the associated business benefits.
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Is the government delivering on its SME vision?
All governments pay lip service to the importance of SMEs. Three years ago the coalition promised to put its money where its mouth is and channel 25% of all central procurement spend through small businesses by 2015. As that deadline approaches, Kathleen Hall asks how much has really changed
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