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2017: The year UK education was digitalised
Ash Merchant, director of Education, Fujitsu looks ahead to education in 2017. He predicts immersive learning will become mainstream and education will see a step change in its take-up of digital technology
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Where next for education?
Phil Neal, director at Capita SIMS, discusses how technology is changing schools
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The future of IT in schools
Capita SIMS director Phil Neal examines what the emergence of cloud and mobile technologies means for UK primary schools
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Building a bigger picture in Swindon to keep vulnerable children safe
Karen Reeve, head of children, families and community health at Swindon Borough Council, discusses the pioneering work the authority has been doing to ensure key information on vulnerable children can be shared more simply between health and social care teams
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Research councils' open access goal prompts HE archive action
By David Bicknell
EPSRC and RCUK policies drive open access to research data; Salford adopts Arkivum and Figshare solution
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Making the PSN better - who wouldn't want that?
Phil Gibson, chair of PSNGB, the industry association for PSN suppliers, gives his response to comments last week from James Duncan which signalled the future direction for PSN
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Enterprise Computing for Government? Yes, but only on enterprise terms and conditions
PSNGB director Neil Mellor calls for stability, guidance and sense in 2015 for PSN
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Taking the Department for Education digital
Laurence Rugg, digital solutions manager for the Department for Education, discusses the challenges the department faced in moving its services online and how they were overcome
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Peers warn over scale of UK digital skills challenge
By Neil Merrett
Digital committee chair believes UK has yet to fully understand changes needed to implement competitive IT skills strategy
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PSN - a platform for reform
The PSNGB trade association has published a whitepaper that discusses PSN's future development. It argues that PSN is a trusted platform for innovation and reform amid increasing demand for critical public services
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PSN: job done? Or just the beginning....
PSNGB's Neil Mellor argues that it would be an error to consign the Public Services Network to the 'done' pile. Increasing demand for critical public services means PSN must be tackled as 'business as unusual', he says
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After the floods: how PSN could improve emergency response
PSNGB's Neil Mellor discusses how the Public Services Network will enable agencies to transfer information securely and effectively during major incidents
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Need practical advice and guidance on your Cloud journey?
By David Bicknell
Government Computing's "The How of the Cloud" microsite can help
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Educating East Sussex
By Charlotte Jee
Kris Scruby, ICT Schools Services Manager at East Sussex County Council, on the impact of the cloud, analytics, social media, BYOD, the potential benefits of PSN and the move to remote management
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G-Cloud 'will be a complete game-changer'
By Charlotte Jee
Programme director Denise McDonagh explains how G-Cloud is reducing costs, enabling agility and driving change across government
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