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The UK is failing to debate the role technology plays in our future
With the 2017 General Election days away, Peter Wells at the ODI considers what open data commitments are conspicuous in their absence from key party manifestos
Management > Open Data > Features
EU GDPR: One year Left to Comply
With the clock now starting to tick louder down to GDPR, Richard Stiennon, chief strategy officer of Blancco Technology Group, sets out the steps organisations should take to achieve compliance
Management > Open Data > Features
Public sector users get to grips with city data analytics
By David Bicknell
Nesta event attracts wide range of organisations keen to understand issues, including the governance, leadership and platforms around creating local offices of data analytics
Management > Open Data > Features
Vendors partner up as clock ticks louder towards GDPR debut
By David Bicknell
With GDPR now just a year away, and NHS cyber-attacks fresh in the memory, suppliers of management consultancy, archiving and testing services are keen to highlight their expertise
Management > Open Data > News
Cisco: three quarters of IoT projects are failing
By David Bicknell
Vendor’s survey claims 60% of IoT initiatives stall at the proof of concept stage while only 26% of companies have had an IoT initiative they considered to be a complete success
Management > Open Data > News
GDS: last week's waning star, next week's star attraction
While the Conservative manifesto makes no mention of GDS; a strengthened Tory administration appears to commit to a re-booted organisation to drive Whitehall's digital transformation
Blogs > GlobalData Public Sector blog
ICO to investigate data analytics use in UK elections
By Neil Merrett
Initially focused on last year’s EU referendum with a view to wider campaigning, the UK’s data regulator will consider the legality of how personal data is being used for electioneering
Management > Open Data > News
Data ethics, AI health innovation and the lessons from GM crop debates
By Neil Merrett
Debate on challenges and concerns from personal information and AI innovation argues that initiatives to ensure public confidence in ongoing data revolution must go well beyond Whitehall
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
PCAG expected to consider departed co-chair's data & ID concerns
By Neil Merrett
Dr Jerry Fishenden's criticisms of present government's data sharing and privacy commitments anticipated to form part of independent group's discussions after election
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
UK set to slip to third place in global open data rankings
By David Bicknell
Draft results, which won’t be finalised until mid-June, see the UK currently take third place jointly with France behind Australia and Taiwan, having topping the rankings in 2013 and 2014
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