May 27, 2014
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The company has added new products, including the Agilisys Connect platform which provides local authorities with a fully personalised website that is designed for all devices.

Agilisys expands offering on G-Cloud framework
New Product / Technology

A consortium of technology companies, Milton Keynes Council and the Open University are to build a city-wide, open access demonstration network for Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things, based on the Weightless™ communications standard.

Milton Keynes Council to build city-wide Internet of Things network
Research & Trends

According to procurement expert Terry Brewer: “We recognise that there will be times when each local authority has to ‘go it alone’ but firmly believe that the default choice for ICT should always be to seek collaboration.”

New charter to promote ICT procurement collaboration
Conferences and Events

The forum will bring together British digital technology organisations and decision-makers from Commonwealth countries to discuss the digital technology solutions to the challenges of providing high quality, accessible and affordable healthcare.

Digital Health Forum to bring together Commonwealth organisations

A new in-depth analysis of feedback posted via social media networks following patient experiences and levels of care provided by the NHS has suggested that reputation is increasingly damaged by social tools.

NHS and social networks – how to measure viral negativity

Whether you are a G-Cloud customer or a supplier, you should make sure you understand the changes which will alter the way the G-Cloud market works in the future, and provide feedback to the Cabinet Office on the Alpha version of the guidance, says Robin Pape of Memset.

What do the changes to CESG's new Cloud Security Principles mean? (Guest Post)
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