On June 7th, THINK Smarter Working For Public Sector 2018 promises to be your one-stop shop for the answers to the questions you're starting to ask about Smarter Working
A new practical workshop might help you get up to speed with all things ‘balanced scorecard’ - a concept many say is finally finding its rightful place in the UK public sector
One of the first conferences in the UK to explore the possibilities across different sectors of law, from both the provider and the client’s perspective, of the entry of AI and blockchain. A must attend.
Smart technology such as electronic health records, videos from drones and augmented reality glasses could make a big contribution to blue light success, says the think tank
Kahn, the first British politician to ever deliver a keynote speech at the SXSW conference, calls for a "stronger duty of care" so that social media platforms can live up to their promise
Clifford Chance lawyer involved in recent €25m security transfer predicts need for security will keep firms like his in the loop
'As data analytics and insights become increasingly valuable because of the extensive analytics and learning, data algorithms will become the essential element to create user-focused services'
Remember when we were told last November to expect a year's delay in the latest version of The Digital Marketplace? Seems like CCS has finished its work early - a move seen as a very positive one for G-Cloud buyers and sellers
‘The public sector needs solutions that provide value for money and don’t have all the hidden costs that come with some software products,’ says this US-headquartered cloud business software firm. What could that mean for public sector IT buyers?
Has a US survey unearthed surprisingly high tolerance for the 'threat' artificial intelligence represents for so many in the sector?