Private Sector Insight
UK SMEs showcase projects in competition final to help millions of businesses and citizens stay safe from online crime
BT, TechHub and the Cabinet Office have announced the winners of their Securing the Nation competition at an event at the iconic BT Tower
Justifying investment in employee development is challenging but achievable, according to Cornerstone OnDemand
The next government must think creatively and form joint ventures and partnerships capable of leading delivery if it is to secure an...
The government's customer service must better suit user needs, according to a webchat hosted by TCS and Civil Service World
Amazon Web Services on moving your Windows Server 2003 applications to Amazon EC2
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Phil Young, Head of Online at Transport for London (TfL), discusses the transport system in...
As Microsoft prepares to end support for Windows Server 2003, Amazon highlights the benefits of Amazon EC2 for Windows
Businesses are increasingly delivering cutting-edge customer experience and are raising the bar for all – how can the public sector keep up?
The government’s National Infrastructure Plan is expensive, but the long-term economic regeneration in local towns and regions far outweighs the short-term cost, says AECOM
Digital mobile technologies have changed much of what we know about public service delivery models. Do smartphones have the capabilities of becoming the building blocks of new models for public...
A short video on the benefits of Sophos Cloud
Deloitte’s annual State of the State report on what the next government must consider when creating its public sector reform programmes...
How will public sector cuts in the 2015 Spending Round impact on the UK health sector?
London and the South East can attract greater investment by working as one to provide global investors with attractive opportunities, says AECOM
Government must support UK businesses to develop the capability to lead on upcoming UK infrastructure projects, says AECOM