Making place based approach a reality – from tech to culture

Georgina Maratheftis, head of local government at techUK, explains how the technology sector can be involved in a place based approach to local services

Cloud migration: The key considerations for the public sector

A sound migration strategy will be vital to the success of the public sector migrating to the cloud, says Paul Mercina

Automation and the rebirth of local government services

Oliver Cook looks at the way government is adopting robotics and automation, as well as the opportunities the technology will provide

Why smart cities require WAN data acceleration

David Trossell explores why smart cities require WAN data acceleration and how it can prevent smart cities from being held back by latency

Automation and the rebirth of local government services

Oliver Cook looks at the way government is adopting robotics and automation, as well as the opportunities the technology will provide

Streamlined social care for Edinburgh City Council

Edinburgh City Council has streamlined social care with the implementation of prepaid cards to supply funds for adult and children’s social care

The third Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework has been designed to support the public sector in its digital transformation of services

Digital transformation: reshaping local government

Local governments must embrace digital transformation in order to sustain public services, writes Eman Al-Hillawi and Peter Marsden

A Digital Masterplan for local authorities and their fibre networks

Richard Watts explains the nine stages for a local authority to consider in its rollout plans for a prospective full fibre network

London’s connected future - the rise of the smart borough

Whilst the private technology sector booms, what about London’s public services? Sean Price explores

Changing the relationship between the public sector and the cloud

Catherine Kiaie looks at the adoption of the cloud in the public sector and concern over losing control of sensitive data

Re-imagining local public service delivery

techUK's Georgina Maratheftis says that it is an exciting time in local government digital transformation

Local government IT systems: renew not replace

Richard Whomes discusses the IT problems facing local governments and how tackling these could improve services

IaaS – considerations for the public sector

Developments in IaaS is encouraging more public sector IT managers to reconsider their platform options. Paul Timms explains why

techUK's Georgina Maratheftis says that it is an exciting time in local government digital transformation

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