In this guest post Ian Gent, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Peninsula Enterprise, explains why public-private partnerships are the key to unlocking a much-needed step-change in digital transformation. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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1st October, 2015
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In this guest post Ian Gent, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Peninsula Enterprise, explains why public-private partnerships are the key to unlocking a much-needed step-change in digital transformation.

Guest Post: Are public-private partnerships the secret to digital transformation?
 
New Services

The GDS are currently working on a cross-government platform in order to make the civil service “digital by default”.

New GDS executive director sets out improved digital tools for civil servants
 
New Product / Technology

A new app, FindMyPatient, enables doctors to view a range of imaging and pathology results on their own mobile devices and and track where in the hospital patients have been moved to.

New app allows clinicians to view patient results on their mobile devices
 
Policy

According to documents shared by the whistleblower Edward Snowden and published by The Intercept, Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has been running a mass surveillance programme, which records the browsing habits of internet users across the globe.

Snowden documents reveal GCHQ mass surveillance programme
 
Research & Trends

A large number of mobile applications approved by the NHS have been found to leak data about their users, with some completely failing to encrypt patient information sent over the internet, an Imperial College study has found.

NHS-approved mobile apps fail to encrypt patient data, study finds
 
Conferences and Events

The technical teams for the United Kingdom and United States government have agreed to collaborate with each other on improving digital services during a UK tech delegation at the White House.

The UK’s ‘special relationship’ with the US is about to turn digital
 
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