Smart bins to improve waste collection in Hull

Hull City Council will see smart bins introduced across the city in a ground breaking pilot project to improve waste collection.

Cities need more powers to address digital divides

New report argues that UK cities need more government resources if they are going to be able to address current digital divides.

Financial leadership key to public sector digital transformation

Technology advances in public services requires effective leadership, organisational engagement, and insightful risk management, says CIPFA.

Plans for ‘outstanding’ digital connectivity across Cambridgeshire

A new strategy is being launched across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to significantly improve mobile, broadband and public Wi-Fi coverage.

Newcastle cabinet to consider leading ‘smart city’ proposals

A new report to transform Newcastle into the UK’s leading ‘smart city’ will be considered by Newcastle City Council’s cabinet.

When do we know we are GDPR compliant?

What exactly does it mean to be ‘GDPR compliant?’  The British Security Industry Association's Don Robbins discusses

Local government IT: renew not replace

Richard Whomes discusses the IT problems facing local governments and how tackling these could improve services

Data processing and GDPR - the business case

How will GDPR change the responsibility of the Data Processor and what impact will Brexit have on this? Steve Mellings explores

G-Cloud – the impact of moving from 9 to 10

Andrew Mellish discusses how the decision to push G-Cloud 10 live in June will provide opportunities for new cloud suppliers to pitch for government work

A strategic approach to IT purchasing

Paul Heath discusses why it’s crucial for public sector leaders to review their approach to security purchasing and sponsor a more strategic method