Maand: november 2017

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Blockchain could be used for citizen identity services, says Reform

Reform think tank argues that government could use blockchain technology to create a secure identity for citizens to use across public services Powered by WPeMatico


november 27, 2017 0

Public sector IT suppliers demand clarity over G-Cloud 10 launch date

G-Cloud listed IT suppliers are getting concerned that the next iteration of the framework agreement could be delayed by up to a year, and claim it could harm the public sector’s digital transformation efforts Powered by WPeMatico


november 25, 2017 0

Academics and public sector organisations collaborate on London Wi-Fi project

Students and public sector staff across London will get easier access to the Jisc eduroam and govroam Wi-Fi networks through a new scheme spearheaded by City, University of London and Camden Council Powered by WPeMatico


november 25, 2017 0

CIO interview: Adam Warne, AO.com on Black Friday

It is not often a retail CIO can spare half an hour to have a chat on what is probably the busiest day of the year Powered by WPeMatico


november 25, 2017 0

AWS announces Secret cloud region for intelligence community agencies

Amazon has launched a new cloud region for intelligence agencies managing information of a secret classification Powered by WPeMatico


november 25, 2017 0

The legal quagmire of creativity in artificial intelligence

AI holds the promise to solve problems beyond the scope of human imagination. But if an AI can create, who owns its work? Powered by WPeMatico


november 25, 2017 0

The impacts on storage and compliance from Blockchain, robots and IoT

Vigitrust’s Mathieu Gorge reports from Web Summit 2017 on the impact on storage and compliance of biometric security, Blockchain, and robots in internet of things deployments Powered by WPeMatico


november 24, 2017 0

DMCS opens local fibre broadband fund to applicants

Public sector bodies invited to apply for funding from £190m fund designed to stimulate local-level investment in FTTP broadband services Powered by WPeMatico


november 24, 2017 0

Geospatial Commission announced in Budget to open up OS data

Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond announced in his November 2017 budget a £40m Geospatial Commission to open up Ordnance Survey data to stoke new business for small companies Powered by WPeMatico


november 24, 2017 0

Gartner on the Pentagon’s ‘misconfigured’ AWS S3 bucket data leak

After details of the Pentagon’s online data collection habits came to light in the wake of its recent AWS S3 bucket leak, Gartner said web users should not be surprised to know the intelligence services are keeping tabs on their online activities Powered by WPeMatico


november 24, 2017 0