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Revealed: the forthcoming G-Cloud Sales Bonanza
With £2bn of new G-Cloud sales expected, 2018 is the year to fix your offering and develop your public-sector teams and reach, says public sector SaaS specialist Lindsay Smith
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The doctor will speak to you now: improving communications in healthcare
Paul Clarke, UK manager at 3CX and Dr Mitul Patel, a senior doctor in Leeds, discuss the communications challenge facing GPs’ surgeries
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Four ways out of the stalemate over Government-assured digital identity
It doesn’t take a Chess grandmaster to see what moves need to come next, argues Frank Joshi
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Will Technology Services 2 changes open up public sector procurement to SMEs?
Public sector frameworks will only be successful if they give buyers what they need, says Fordway managing director Richard Blanford
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Spreadsheets: the Achilles' heel of GDPR compliance efforts
Andrew Beverley, founder and managing director of Ctrl O, warns that corporate and public sector GDPR compliance plans could be derailed by spreadsheet over-reliance
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IR35 is not about saving tax: it’s about protecting public services
Ethical Consulting managing director Mike Gibson says a version of IR35 is needed and valuable. But it needs to be appropriate and take into account the widest needs of our economy
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Government Computing focus for the rest of 2017
Once the General Election on June 8 is over, what issues will Government Computing be keeping an eye on editorially throughout the remainder of 2017?
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Creating a world-leading digital platform
Greg Hands, Minister of State for International Trade and Investment, explains how DIT is leveraging technology to promote and support opportunities for export and investment
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Lost in translation: defining ‘cultural fit’ in procurement
By David Bicknell
Millstream general manager Penny Godfrey discusses the procurement issues raised around ‘cultural fit’ and worries that the introduction of such criteria sets a dangerous precedent
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PEPPOL set to deliver e-invoicing step-change
The PEPPOL framework is set to revolutionise European e-invoicing and do for electronic trading what interoperability agreements between mobile operators have done since the 1990s, says Richard Manson, commercial director of CloudTrade
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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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Councils urged to focus their efforts on collaboration and sharing
By David Bicknell
Former Surrey and Croydon ICT Lead Nick Roberts says individual organisations have neither all the information they need to successfully complete end to end citizen tasks, nor the resources to succeed alone
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Worcestershire targets delivering 100% of services online
By David Bicknell
Council believes by focusing on app-driven digital channels developed with OutSystems, it can cut costs, simplify council interaction for citizens, and share solutions with other authorities
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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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Branch Offices: the public sector’s Achilles’ Heel
John Street, regional director, public sector UK and Ireland for Riverbed Technology, discusses the challenge facing technology-starved remote and branch offices
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