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.
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.
At a recent Technology Leaders meeting we agreed that the internet is ok for the vast majority of the work that the public sector does. But what does that mean for the future of the Public Services Network?
Recently a small group of technology leaders from across government discussed the role that we play in developing user-centric services and their impact on wider society.
We recently held our first Technology Leaders session which was open to a wider guest list than just Tech Leaders. We decided to blog after each of these sessions so that those who aren’t able to attend can read about what we discussed. In this blog we talk about big data.
The Technology Leaders Network has had a refresh: focusing on greater transparency and demonstrations of great work across government. In its first meeting since the refresh Nigel Green demonstrated HMRC’s Enterprise Data Hub.
James Stewart talks about his expanded role: developing our approach to technology leadership, open standards and architecture.
Andy Beale talks about the latest meeting of the Technology Leaders Network (TLN). We introduced the Technology Leaders Network to you in November 2014. It’s the governance group for government technology and a vital decision making body for the technology …
Last April Microsoft ended the support of several of its products, including Windows XP.
Although the election meant that we went on a period of radio silence, there were a number of quite big decisions that came through right at the end of the parliament