We kicked off 2017 with the third in our series of Tech, Digital and Data leaders Seminars. This time we discussed interoperability and security.
Technology Leaders have said that the government will eventually move away from the PSN, but the security actions built on its compliance process, and the ‘common trust’ tenet it is founded on remain crucial for the public sector. Mark Smith explains the thinking behind the evolution of PSN assurance.
Last year the Technology Leaders Network met to look at the government’s use of Software as a Service (SaaS) and discussed the top 4 myths around the government’s use of SaaS.
Tony Brown, Category Lead at Crown Commercial Service (CCS) updates us on what public sector customers need to do as their GCF contracts come to an end, and how they can pre-register for for the new UK public sector DNS service.
Iain Patterson talks about the contractual opportunities to adopt common technology solutions and accelerate business transformation.
We've recently established the Business Change through Common Technology community of interest and we're inviting you to join us.
The government technology landscape has shifted significantly since we made our commitment to Cloud First nearly 4 years ago. Departments have become more mature in their uptake of cloud services; to support this need, we've added further clarification to our cloud guidance and policy.
By making use of cloud services we’re providing the right technology to make sharing government buildings easier.
We want to grow a government community to help us find a useful standard approach to ‘common’ desktop builds and we want you to take part.
We recently organised a Tech Leaders session at Facebook’s London HQ. I wanted to share what I learned from them and other global tech companies about their approach to trust and privacy.
We are hosting a series of Open Source meetups for people working in government to to exchange ideas and build a community. Find out how you can get involved.