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April 28, 2014
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Public policy expert Richard Vize says that councils lack the skills, organisational culture and leadership to exploit the potential for digital transformation of its services in our latest guest post.

Local government is being left behind by the digital revolution (Guest Post)
New Services

A new £11.3 million innovation centre dedicated to helping Scotland capitalise on the growing market in analytics and ‘big data’ technology is set to open later this year.

Innovate centre focusing on big data to open in Scotland
Research & Trends

Simon Watson suggests that the investment of technology and funding, such as the NHS Nursing Technology Fund, is providing hope for frontline services.

“Smartphones will save the NHS”

Despite a call from Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles for councils to “embrace the digital age”, CACI’s data suggests many local authorities face an uphill battle in reaching “digitally deprived” groups on their patch.

Which councils have communities most likely to engage with online services?

There is no one-size-fits-all method for posting on every site. Something that you post on Google+ may need to be completely overhauled to appear on Facebook.

How to create perfect social media posts (Infographic)
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New president Nick Roberts also said that “there is a tremendous opportunity for Socitm to facilitate an important dialogue with IT and digital suppliers on behalf of the local public sector.”

Socitm's new president wants to help local councils with PSN
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