The pressure on governments to make better choices, deliver results and demonstrate accountability is intensifying. IBM can provide new insights to help government organisations to make better decisions, optimize ways of working, measure progress, impact and performance and capitalize on new opportunities.
Building analytics competency to accelerate outcomes.
Every desktop in the UK public sector could hold the key to millions in savings.
How to unleash the power of information for new economic growth.
Future trends for ERP managed services.
Defra cuts costs and gains flexibility
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SCC, Europe’s largest independent IT Group, is working with IBM to help improve citizen services by creating a Secure Multi-Tenancy Cloud (SMTC) for CloudStore, part of the UK Government's G-Cloud programme. The UK-hosted cloud platform, created and managed by SCC, aims to deliver a diverse set of low cost business and technical services, ranging from back office processes to specialist government services, with high levels of security for public sector organisations. Find out more about SCC (link resides outside of ibm.com)
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Smarter Buildings: Using data to drive optimised building performance. Find out more (PDF, 1.25MB)
Cities are complex, noisy, congested and bursting at the seams, yet people continue to choose to live and work in them. We need our cities to thrive in order to secure all of our futures. Where should we start?
Cyber threats represent a real and significant danger to the UK, its citizens, businesses and its overall economy. It is essential that we maintain confidence in services that are critical to economic well-being and sustain everyday life. Tackling cyber security is challenging and the threat is rapidly evolving and expanding.
Cyber security is more than any one individual step; it is a process: Learn. Monitor. Analyse. Decide. Respond. These five steps could be vital to cyber security in the UK public sector.
How are CMOs gearing marketing people, programs and processes to understand individuals and not just markets?
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Improved server recovery reliability and shorter recovery time. Read more