On May 21 we are gathering a number of senior leaders to discuss the topic of ‘Is Cloud First possible?’ A very hot topic!
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Some problems are easier to fix than they look!
This week, the people of Britain spluttered into their cornflakes in disbelief as the news broke that according to the Royal College of Nursing, the amount of time spent by hospital staff on paperwork has more than doubled in the past five years.
According to the RCN’s latest survey of its members:-
What, exactly, is the point of government data?
Depending upon who you speak to, the answers you might receive after posing such a question to the technology community at large will be vastly divergent.
In the UK, much of the energy and opinion expended so far on the subject has focussed upon locking public information away, hiding it behind an epic firewall and generally seeing to it that the data never emerges into the cold light of public attention, where it could be prone to misinterpretation and misuse.
A new approach in the USA Over in the USA however, the powers-that-be are formulating an entirely different approach, arguing that the best thing that Read More...
Sometimes in life, people come across things that they know they want to do and know that they should do, but are deterred from stepping forward because they’re terrified of what might happen when they finally take the leap.
For confirmation, just ask the UK’s public sector organisations.
Many of them are tempted by the significant potential savings and operational benefits offered by the Government Cloud Computing revolution, but the show-stopping security issue - and panic-inducing worries as to what might happen were they to suffer a breach - has thus far stopped many from engaging with the technology.
The Cloud - how risky is it? This will be one of Read More...