Saving public services

Austerity Britain is facing even deeper cuts in public spending requiring technological innovation, as Dan Jellinek reports

Digital by default: the pros and cons

Is it time to “replumb” public services or is current government digitisation simply tinkering round the edges?

Joined-up government

Creation of a shared information and communications technology network for public bodies has been a dream for some time as politicians continue to urge greater efficiency in public services, writes Dan Jellinek

Network gets more for less

The Public Services Network can deliver improved information and communications technology plus cost-savings and innovation, says Virgin Media Business

Trusted partner looks to future

With a 200-year history and as a long-term trusted partner of the UK government, De La Rue has embraced many technology shifts of which the move to digital public services is the most recent

Make money, not war

Switzerland, crowned the world’s most innovative country, maintains a centuries-old tradition of building on brainpower, as Eric Johnson reports