Private Sector Insight
Microsoft partner FlowForma walks through its efforts to empower local government as part of a series that highlights local government innovators across the UK
Microsoft looks at how intelligent business applications can help the public sector improve service delivery
Police forces across London have stepped up the fight against crime by using Microsoft’s Azure cloud service
UK Ministry of Defence on the frontline of cloud-based data protection with Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection
Microsoft looks at how it's cloud technologies are helping the MOD meet its digital transformation agenda
What does digital transformation look like for you? Microsoft launches the most extensive study into Digital Transformation in the UK
Microsoft shares key findings from one of the largest studies of business and IT leaders around digital transformation
Microsoft's Natalia Boldyreva looks at how Office 365 can fundamentally transform how government work gets done
A recent Microsoft webinar examined how civil servants can realise the full benefits of mobile, flexible and modern workplaces with the Government Hubs programme
Microsoft looks at three focus areas of organisations that have successfully implemented digital transformation strategies
Microsoft's Adrian Alleyne takes a look at how the UK public sector can bridge the digital skills gap
KPMG's Chloe Burton offers her thoughts on how the introduction of a Prisoner Performance Manager could help reduce reoffending by incentivising good behaviour through support provisions that...
CIPFA examines what can be done to stem the rise of procurement fraud
It’s the biggest project on the government’s infrastructure shopping list, but KPMG's Sue Kershaw reckons HS2 will rely on people management as much as pile-drivers.
Digital technology offers the public sector unprecedented opportunities to shape services for citizens, writes KPMG’s Adrian Clamp
KPMG looks into the enormous benefits of automated cars and how they will radically change travel
KPMG mapped out a business journey from Essex to Scotland, and considered how things work now and how they might develop over the next five years.
IBM’s Vice President, Public Sector, Sharon Bagshaw sits down with Civil Service World to discuss cognitive technology and the future of government digital transformation