Professor Harith Alani, director of the Knowledge Management Institute at the Open University explains how AI can be used for good and bad.

The government-backed Cyber Essentials certification scheme is based around five key technical controls that organisations should aspire to.

The world is engulfed by a digital transformation, and everyone, even the public sector, will need to engage with new digital technologies and solutions.


Gary Moffatt, director at Chubb Fire & Security explores the benefits of and best practices for security cameras in a changing world, on behalf of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA).

In creating our Manifesto for Stronger Places, ADEPT has stepped into new territory, because we all know our local places deserve better, but we need policy as well as investment to make a difference, explains Hannah Bartram, chief executive officer, ADEPT.

In July, it was announced that digital gurus from the public sector will be working with government departments as part of plans to turbocharge the technological skills of civil servants.

Michael Kolatchev, principal consultant/Rossnova Solutions (Belgium) and Lina Kolesnikova, consultant/Rossnova Solutions (Belgium) discuss the security threats facing the growing number of “smart cities”

Cardiff has recently installed 47 air-quality monitoring stations across the city to measure pollution in the air

A project from Nottingham City Council and its partners demonstrates how bi-directional EV charging, solar and battery energy storage can intelligently manage the energy demands caused by vehicle electrification. Angie Lillistone, head of carbon reduction projects and policy at Nottingham City Council explains

Jay Saggar, London Office of Technology and Innovation (LOTI) programme manager: data, smart cities & cyber security and Eddie Copeland, LOTI director explain some of the smart city innovation going on in London

Crown Commercial Services RM6116 framework provides access to network services for public sector organisations

Cloud services offer a multitude of benefits for local governments, and can revolutionise the way they operate and deliver services to their communities. Cloud services streamline processes, enhance efficiency, and promote better resource allocation. Here are some key advantages of cloud services for local governments

Jane Frost CBE, chief executive of MRS explains how AI can be used appropriately in research

Cllr Martin Tett, health and social care spokesperson for the County Councils Network reveals some of the findings from a recent report investigating the potential of technology to support those with social care needs

Public sector recruitment is not easy, but Crown Commercial Service’s Non-Clinical Staffing framework is here to help

Clive Jones, head of revenues and benefits for Buckinghamshire Council describes his experience of merging five councils into one unitary authority and shares some of his key learnings