Private Sector Insight
Commercial teams in the public sector are taking huge strides to improve their capability and influence, but Proxima asks - do we risk being blinded by undeliverable promises and expectations?
Essex and Kent Police Forces: Saving time by using mobile technology to access records and file reports
PA Consulting combined its knowledge of policing, mobile technology, commercial issues and the public sector’s five case model for business cases to help Essex and Kent police
Shire looks at how the government's green paper on children and young people's mental health can help improve outcomes for patients with ADHD
BT thinks The Internet of Things is about to undergo a revolution. Over the past two decades, we've seen IoT tech evolve from a possibility, to a novelty, to an established tool that plays a vital...
SAS asks whether government organisations really have it all
Vodafone argues that the way we work is changing. Technology needs to keep up
IBM argues that public sector bodies around the world are already reaping the rewards of investing in AI technology
PA Consulting's Paul Woodgates on how universities should adapt to a changing environment
Quantum computers will soon make some of our strongest encryption useless. And that's where quantum cryptography comes in
Tim Skinner, head of central government at BT, discusses Intelligent Connectivity, and how it’s transformating central government.
PA Consulting looks at the key areas around organised crime that the government should focus on
SAS considers the implications of deploying AI before embarking on implementation
Can artificial intelligence help improve the relationship between citizen and government? IBM's Sreeram Visvanathan reports
PA Consulting looks at the eight key responsibilites of line management
BT knows that digital security isn't just about technology. It's about the partnerships, intelligence and expertise you need to stay one step ahead in the security race.
PA Consulting shares how it helped the Home Office optimise cost savings in moving two of its directorates to the cloud