Government lays out concrete requirements for smart meter rollout that will be enforceable as of next week read more »
Swedish software firm's tech already used for London Metal Exchange platform read more »
Just a third of forecast sales achieved during its first year with less than half going to SMEs read more »
Public Accounts Committee finds ‘widespread, long standing’ problems with contracting in Whitehall read more »
The tech industry welcomed support for SMEs, research and skills but criticised the lack of focus on public services and broadband connectivity read more »
But George Osborne had little to say on the role of technology in transforming public services read more »more news ..
Headline-grabbing perhaps but short on substance read more »
The belated provision of improved transparency shows that public advocacy works read more »
Security is too often seen as an anxiety for the specialists read more »
If SMEs don't trust the cloud it's because they fail to do due diligence read more »more blogs ..
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SME In Depth
Universal Credit waste, the expiry of big ICT deals, PSN, Care.data, new digital services & G-Cloud all featured in the headlines read more »
How an SME is working to gain IL3 certification to enable it to make its mark in the government supplier pool read more »
Says they bring innovation and flexibility around customer needs and can cope with rapid change read more »
Stephen Georgiadis, managing director and UK head of technology at investment bank Altium, discusses investment trends in the technology sector read more »
Over 50 percent of suppliers on government frameworks are SMEs but they gain just 10.5 percent of direct government spending read more »
'If people don’t know what the options are across the board, no sector has got a hope in hell' read more »more in depth ..
Estonia, Israel, New Zealand, South Korea and the UK gathered to launch the new group in London last week read more »
This week's news features what manufacturers really think of cloud computing, tech announcements from the Autumn Statement and a new big data centre in Alan Turing's name. read more »
Osborne unveiled support for start-ups, students and fintech plus research into big data and driverless cars read more »
This week's pick of the news features Labour's (eventual) release of its review of digital government, BT and NHS Scotland shaking hands over the SWAN procurement, KPMG buying McLaren F1 predictive analytics and yet another Universal Credit critique. read more »more slideshows ..