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DevOps Excellence Awards There are many opposite ways to pierce towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognize and applaud a best of each organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Brexit: How does a descending bruise impact your cloud costs?

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Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement digital infrastructure skeleton need a critical rethink

Every year, Christmas promotion and spending seems to get progressing and this year Chancellor Phillip Hammond has blown a flog off alarm early with a present of £1bn for FTTP broadband. This is optical twine approach to bureau and home with no copper, and hopefully no wiring in a path. But what does this mean, and how critical a pierce ... Read More »

Rule 41, President-elect Trump and a remoteness implications for UK adults and businesses

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New pan-government Wi-Fi use to be rolled out in 2017 by GDS

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GDS looking to sinecure a digital marketplace executive who will also run G-Cloud

The Government Digital Service (GDS) is employing a Digital Marketplace executive who will also act as a programme executive for G-Cloud. They will acquire a income of £90,000 on an initial two-year contract, and news in to a supervision CTO, who is now Andy Beale. Related articles Whoever does get hired will have a vast plea on their hands; only ... Read More »

Government updates Technology Code of Practice ‘to improved accommodate CTO needs’

The supervision is aiming to refurbish a Technology Code of Practice in a bid to improved accommodate a departmental CTOs’ needs. In a blog post, government CTO Andy Beale explained that a Government Digital Service (GDS) had introduced a Technology Code of Practice behind in 2013 to give CTOs superintendence on a approach best to design, buy and build record and ... Read More »

GDS unveils supervision IT agreement dashboard

Common Technology Services (CTS), partial of a Government Digital Service (GDS), has built a cross-government IT agreement dashboard designed to capacitate supervision departments to be some-more pure and make better-informed decisions. Iain Patterson, who returned to a GDS as a executive of CTS in December, after a army as CTO of a Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), explained in ... Read More »

Government, SSCL and arvato all to censure for common services centres unwell to grasp value for money

The government’s programme to send back-office functions to dual common use centres has done assets though not nonetheless achieved value for money, according to a National Audit Office (NAO). The Cabinet Office’s Next Generation Shared Services devise enclosed a origination of dual eccentric common use centres to yield back-office functions for adult to 14 departments and their arm’s-length bodies. One ... Read More »

Met police: Government investment in cyber crime is ‘sufficient’, notwithstanding thieves creation off with £1m on a given weekend

Chancellor George Osborne’s five-year £1.9bn cyber confidence ring blockade represents “sufficient investment” in cyber security, a Metropolitan Police Service’s conduct of cyber crime has told Computing. However, DI Jason Tunn also certified that countless ongoing threats can cost UK victims sums adult to £1m sum in one weekend. Related articles Speaking during Think Charity, a annual discussion of a Charities ... Read More »

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