BT Business and Public Sector

SD-WAN expert video: public sector

20/03/2019

BT Expert / SD-WAN – Simon Yellowley on Public Sector organisations

Not all ethical hackers are equal

07/03/2019

Bas de Graaf provides advice on choosing the right partner to help you stay secure.

UniCORN Framework

26/02/2019

Why BT UniCORN Framework – Join the partnership to cut costs and create opportunities.

The role of digital leadership

21/02/2019

Phil Baulch of BT looks at some of the key issues discussed at The MJ’s recent Future Forum North event.

Intelligent connectivity for intelligent healthcare

07/02/2019

To deliver the digital ambitions of the NHS and deal with the increasing demand on health services requires intelligent connectivity, argues Keiron Salt.

London ICT Framework

04/02/2019

There are hundreds of frameworks to choose from, helping your organisation to procure anything from office supplies to cloud services. But if you’re based in the capital, you might want to consider the BT London ICT Framework.

BT Customer Experience Centres

18/01/2019

Visit us to discover how our infrastructure and intelligence can transform your organisation.

The true value of digital

08/01/2019

Digital technology can make a huge impact in both reducing social care costs and improving the quality of care says Phil Brunkard, chief information officer, local government and health, BT.

Boost for use of digital technology in social care promises brighter future for users

08/01/2019

Councils across the country are already using digital technology in a variety of ways to improve and support services for elderly and vulnerable groups, and the Government wants to see an even wider take-up of the range of technology available. Paul Dinsdale reports.

Care chiefs raise concerns over poor data sharing with NHS

08/01/2019

Less than a quarter of local authority chief executives and social care directors regard their relationship with the NHS as good with data sharing being a particular problem, according to a survey by The MJ and BT.

We need to give more attention to our middle management and frontline teams

04/01/2019

If we want to land changes across our organisations then we have to take people on the journey says Danny Longbottom.

How to improve services and save money

04/01/2019

A housing authority has proved it is possible to save money, raise productivity, and improve customer service all at the same time.

From Safe to Smart: How traditional CCTV can enhance your Smart Cities plan

11/12/2018

Mike Pannell describes how security can be at the heart of a Smart City programme.

Creaking camera calamity creeps up on Calderdale

11/12/2018

Calderdale MBC realised it needed to replace its old surveillance system, which it had been relying on to keep citizens safe & reassured since 2003.

Rugby World Cup kicks off surveillance conversion in Gloucester

11/12/2018

Gloucester City Council's camera network and control room was nudging 15 years old, so wasn’t in the rudest of health when the big news broke: Gloucester would be host city of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Only a quarter of councils are implementing a smart city strategy

07/12/2018

Most local authorities are aware of the Smart City concept but there is a mixed picture on implementation says the latest survey from The MJ and BT.

Breaking down the barriers to change

30/11/2018

A recent survey of local authority chief executives and directors by The MJ and BT found strong cultural resistance to transformational change among their management teams. The issues were discussed at a round table with senior local authority staff in the Midlands. Heather Jameson reports on the key conclusions.

Get set for a mobile workplace

23/11/2018

Keiron Salt looks at the key digital possibilities and enablers for health and care starting with the potential of mobile computing and communication.

Open technology and data connects citizens and cities

12/11/2018

Phil Brunkard talks about how Open technology connects citizens and cities.

Council middle management 'delaying transformation'

05/11/2018

Transformational change is being delayed by staff resistance especially at middle management level, according to an exclusive survey of senior council directors and chief executives by The MJ and BT.

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Basic income pilots

Gail Irvine finds out how local government in Scotland is leading the way on basic income.
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Protecting life and property

Allison Whittington warns that building regulations are failing to keep pace with changes to the conversion market.
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Local Government News

Latest issue - Local Goverrnemnt News

The December issue of Local Government News looks at the consequences a council may face if it is unable to provide statutory services, the launch of Liverpool’s housing company and how councils can best manage roles in local authority companies.

It also has a special section on green building and energy efficiency including what funding is available to enable councils to deliver heat networks and how councils can pay for ‘smart buildings’.

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