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What's holding back the consumerisation of IT in the public sector?

When it comes to responding to IT trends like consumerisation, the UK public sector is still some way behind the curve. Why is this, and what can CIOs do to improve matters?

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Workplace IT issues – pulling UK workers out of a productivity black hole

When it comes to bridging the productivity gap caused by a poor IT experience, understanding the issues staff are facing is key.

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If your business doesn’t understand digital, it will never be digital

How do business leaders improve their digital literacy? The answers involves experimenting, breaking things, and failure!

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How data can improve the customer experience

Meeting a customer’s needs means understanding them. And proper understanding starts with good data.

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How to prepare for cyber attacks

With data being one of the most valuable currencies in business, how can you prevent your organisation from becoming a targets for criminals?

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How consumerisation will help the public sector get more for its IT budget

Councils are under constant pressure to do more with less. Here’s how a more consumerised approach to end user computing can help them get more for their IT budget.

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Can the public sector go data centre-free?

Running an on-premises data centre comes with a high cost attached - but is it realistic for the public sector to plan for a data centre-free future?

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The augmented IT team

Five surprisingly simple ways in which agile workspaces can boost the effectiveness (and reputation) of the IT department.

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What’s stopping CIOs from building an agile workspace?

Most CIOs agree building an agile workspace is critical to their organisations’ competitive advantage, so what is holding them back?

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How public-sector organisations can avoid a repeat of their Windows XP migration pains

Microsoft is due to end support for Windows 7 in 2020. How will public sector organisations - many of which still run Windows XP - cope under pressure for another large-scale upgrade?

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