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.
Common technology services
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.
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’re working on GovWifi: a service for public sector buildings which allows civil servants, contractors, and guests to sign in to wifi automatically, even in buildings they’ve never been to before.
Bruce Thomson, IT Security Manager and Julian Hamlin, IT Security Appliance Manager from Hillingdon council explain how they secured email in their borough.
Martin Kotlewski, Lead Officer for Security & Compliance from Fife Council, talks about securing government email in a local authority.
Andrew Williamson, the Scottish Wide Area Network Programme Manager, talks about getting the Scottish public sector better connected with secure email in Scotland.