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July 18th, 2013

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Agilisys has announced that Engage, a software offering that has been part of the company for 6 months, has had several new clients sign up, including one third of London boroughs.

Agilisys Engage reach grows to nearly 4m citizens per month
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Brighton & Hove City Council have launched a new website with the Lawn Tennis Association to make it easier for residents to find and book a court online, starting at Preston Park.

Brighton & Hove Council launches website to book tennis sessions

Chief operation officer and G-Cloud lead Tony Singleton has written a post on the Government Digital Service website titled ‘G-Cloud – ready for the next phase’ which addresses the forthcoming GDS product review.

GDS prepares to move G-Cloud to next phase

An ‘internet bus’, or Netti-Nyse in Finnish, travels around the city of Tampere in Finald teaching citizens IT skills.

Are there lessons for the UK in Finland’s 'internet bus'?

Speaking at the Building Perfect Council Websites conference, Google’s geospatial technologist, Ed Parsons, has said that council websites should be treated as platforms rather than destinations, as has traditionally been the case.

Council websites should be platforms not destinations, says expert
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A white paper titled ‘Survival of the fittest: Electronic Document Management and the NHS Efficiency Challenge’ reveals how electronic document management can help the NHS reach its goal of delivering £20 billion ‘in efficiency savings’ by 2015.

Study highlights how electronic document management can help NHS
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