The public sector has always had a large proportion of staff who are not deskbound. From social workers doing home visits, to community support officers interacting with the public, many are out and about for most of their day.
Managed services and hybrid cloud supplier ANS has won a managed infrastructure service contract which will enable mobile working for all staff with Chorley Borough...
Telford & Wrekin Council in the West Midlands yesterday became last local authority to connect to the Public Services Network - almost six months later than the deadline.
More than four in five UK councils have implemented strategies to use technology to better engage with the public, according to research.
Flexible working can save councils cash – but what is the best way to deal with the challenges it presents to the ICT department?
Internet firm McAfee has released a technical guide to achieving Public Sector Network security compliance – available exclusively on PublicTechnology.net.
Manchester City Council is pushing ahead with mobile working for staff after pilots identified potential annual savings of almost £1m across just two departments.
Chi Onwurah MP, shadow Cabinet Office minister has been confirmed as keynote speaker at this year’s Socitm annual conference.
Jon Cook discusses how local authorities can keep employees mobile while still completing the accreditation process.
Five critical weaknesses are seriously compromising the success of channel shift initiatives for UK local authorities. Anthony Peake lists them and suggest some solutions.
Local public sector bodies are wasting £7.2bn a year by failing to enable proper mobile working among staff, according to a new report.
Four local authorities are among 14 public sector organisations which have signed up for mobile voice and data services after a competition run by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS).
Some councils are now receiving half of visits to their websites from mobile devices, according to new research.
A taskforce into digital skills established by Labour leader Ed Miliband is seeking views on how the UK can boost the ICT capabilities of employees.
Public sector ICT directors are more interested in using Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies to save costs than the private sector, but are more worried about the security implications, according to a new survey.
Councils in England and Wales could save more than £3.5 billion annually between them by fully implementing mobile solutions, according to new research.
Councils can refuse freedom of information requests from Twitter accounts where the requester’s real name is not provided, according to new guidance released by the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Creating responsive websites is preferable to producing service-specific apps, according to a new list of recommendations for local authorities designing digital services. Read the full list here.
Visitor satisfaction with local authority websites dropped by 12% last year, despite improvements in some areas, according to a major review by public sector ICT professional body Socitm.
Socitm has released its annual list of the best developed local authority websites in the UK, with 10 brand new entries.