Now that the Public Sector Network is in place, has it improved the way in which local government operates and can its high security standards be turned from an onerous imposition into  an advantage? techUK‘s Gemma Blakey reports

The creation of a single network infrastructure for all public sector bodies promises to be a long but important journey, and it has a big contribution to make in meeting the age of austerity head-on. With the launch in June 2012 of the PSN Services framework comes opportunity for a real change. Neil Mellor, marketing director of the recently formed industry association for PSN suppliers, PSNGB, explains how it is working with the Cabinet Office to bring PSN to life.

What is the Public Services Network (PSN) and when will it be up and running? Government Technology answer some key questions about the secure ‘network of networks’

Managing Application, VoIP and Network Performance in converged networks from edge to core. The trend to move from real client-server applications in favour of centralised web-based programs, is moving fast

Network Enabled Capability – or NEC – has been the buzzword across the whole of the MOD for at least the last few years. So  what is NEC about and what is driving the requirement?

Cllr Richard Marbrow, executive member for Liverpool City Council’s Central Services reveals how technology is improving lives in the city

Network Enabled Capability, or NEC, has been the buzzword across the MOD for the last two years. What's driving the requirement? asks Steve Southern.