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How healthcare organisations can maintain a high-performance app stack
For healthcare IT staff, the importance of efficient application performance cannot be overstated. With increased infrastructure complexity putting this efficiency at risk, SolarWinds CTO Joe Kim discusses how organisations can maintain a reliable, effective IT infrastructure
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ICO commits to privacy crackdown on IoT devices
By Neil Merrett
UK data regulator committed to ensuring potential benefits of technologies like smart meters will not compromise privacy regulations on back of global study of 300 devices
Management > Green IT > News
Informed, inspired care
Lincolnshire Health and Care’s Gary James explains how the county’s new integrated portal system will help transform healthcare for an ageing population
Management > Green IT > Features
Lancs and City of London forces award custody and case management deals
By Neil Merrett
Lancashire opts for using Northgate’s Connect platform, mainly used by Athena forces, for its custody and case feel needs; City of London Police signs up Niche to handle same functions
Management > Green IT > News
Called to Account
By David Bicknell
Margaret Hodge's combative stewardship of the Public Accounts Committee put senior civil servants and private sector leaders under a harsh spotlight in an unrelenting value for money crusade, as her new book details
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North Yorks Police makes new networks move
By David Bicknell
End of Virgin Media Business contract in March 2017 prompts decision to replace WAN with new solution
Management > Green IT > News
Delayed spend figures show total G-Cloud sales of £1.39bn
By Neil Merrett
Spend through outgoing Digital Services Framework reaches £82.1m as of August 2016, with central government dominating Digital Marketplace demand
Management > Green IT > News
Research Councils and Innovate UK look towards new Finance and HR solution
By David Bicknell
The organisations, which are merging to form UKRI, will need system for 7,750 users over three years, with potential for expanded digital services
Management > Green IT > News
A Matter of Record
Council and healthcare users weigh up long term options for preservation of their digital assets and usability of institutional records
Management > Green IT > Features
Socitm plays up Aylesbury standardised digital overhaul approach
By Neil Merrett
Case study argues that £4m in savings was realised by authority over a five year period by taking more simplified, customer-focused approach to service implementation
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