We're launching a new campaign, profiling all the great new tech SME 'contenders' trying to get a place on the Digital Marketplace. If that's you, we'd love to hear more.
March 22 sees the fifth in this highly successful set of G-Cloud conferences. What can readers of 24n.biz expect this year?
Camden Council has been investigating ways to use new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) to completely change the way it offers services to citizens.
At next month's THINK.Cloud For Digital Government, Skype for Business specialists Outsourcery want you to swing by and find out what their remote tech can possibly for for you - and the public.
"This is the leading UK conference showcasing the good work that is happening within the public sector": London-based cloud services firm Carranza tells us why it's a Platinum Sponsor of the show.
Next month sees THINK.Cloud for Digital Government, a G-Cloud show 24n's supporting. We spoke with one of the exhibitors, EMC, to find out why its Public Sector CIO sees cloud as so vital for all of us.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has extended the G-Cloud 5 framework agreement for a further six months to ensure continuity as it develops G-Cloud 7.
Companies offering The UK Government G-Cloud services say new rules set to be introduced next month bring back the "time-wasting procurement bureaucracy that G-Cloud aims to banish."
Tony Singleton, Government Digital Service (GDS) G-Cloud and Digital Commercial Programme Director, has provided an update on the redesign of the Digital Services Framework.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has explained how it is preparing for the arrival of "Government as a Platform" or "GaaP."
The new Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General Matthew Hancock has made his first speech in his new role, promising digital improvements during the Conservative government.
In the last of our editorial series helping frame the day for 24n readers, we have a quick look at the final agenda to give you some insight into what to expect at The QE II Centre in London in the morning.
Voice over IP (VoIP) specialist 8x8 Solutions has some thoughts on how G-Cloud has been developing since it joined back on 5.
In the next in our series looking at established Digital Marketplace suppliers, we meet with Roger Phare of TechnologyOne - an Australian company making waves here on the other side of the world.
'My top tip is to see G-Cloud not as the marketing front, but as a way of making paperwork easier; you should do your own marketing,' says Alex Blandford of Europe's largest Drupal consultancy, Wunder. Does he have a point?
Are you like cloud service provider Carrenza - and can’t see a future for citizen services across government without cloud?
Are you a supplier in the G-Cloud? How's it working out for you? What are you doing to make it a really effective selling mechanism? If so, 24n has another editorial feature that's just right for you: our new 'Life In The Digital Marketplace' thread.
Digital Marketplace sales pushed up by £55m in December, bringing the total sales up to £959 million - and small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) accounted for 51 per cent of sales by value during the month.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has given the green light for the new compliance process for the Public Services Network (PSN).
The Scottish government has replaced the Scottish Business Portal with the new mygov.scot website as it looks to improve the content and tools it offers to businesses.