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4th September 2017
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Security professionals have named the main reasons why cyberattacks are successful, providing insight into what public sector organisations need to do to protect themselves

Five reasons cyberattacks succeed
 
Data & Insight

An infographic published by Smart & Resilient Cities has shed some light on smart cities and the drivers behind their success

The drivers behind smart city success (Infographic)
 

Freedom of Information request indicates that local authorities are struggling to meet the financial, personnel and process requirements of the new regulation

Most councils unable to meet the right-to-be-forgotten GDPR requirements
 
Adult Social Care

Council teams up with Amazon to help people live independently in their homes for longer

Hampshire council encourages residents to Just ask Alexa
 
Digital Transformation

The British Library is to lead an 18-month scoping project to establish the demand for and possible shape of a ‘single digital presence’ for UK public libraries

Possibility of ‘single digital presence’ for UK public libraries
 
Cyber Security

Plymouth City Council is investigating a data breach that meant customers could see each other’s email addresses

Council investigates data breach
 
Cloud Computing

Digital by Default, in conjunction with Agilisys, are looking to understand how far organisations are on their journey to the cloud

How far have you come with your cloud migration?
 
Digital Procurement

The government and other public sector organisations have spent £1.2b with SMEs on cloud and digital services since 2012, new figures reveal

Government’s digital spend with small businesses passes £1bn
 
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Nick Wilson joins Local Public Services Committee

Advanced’s MD for Public Sector selected for techUK committee
 
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