Scotland has Decided: Better Public Services Wanted!

Well, the voice of the Scottish people was clear during the election – they want improved public services. This was clearly borne out in the key debates during the campaign, which centred on the main topics of taxation, health service and education.  It was also recognised in the respective political manifestos, which sought to reassure […]


IT Assurance improves delivery certainty

Despite the high stakes, independent research indicates that anywhere between 30% and 50% of IT projects fail – some statistics suggest it is even higher.  The reason that projects fail are complex and multifaceted, covering anything from poor or ambiguous sponsorship and ill-defined requirements through to inadequate planning and a lack of suitably skilled resource. Often […]


DOS – Making the Introduction to Digital Solutions

Such mobile access provides government agencies with opportunities to develop more responsive, more dynamic and more efficient public services. So, if the demand and the benefits are widely understood, and have been for some time, why has progress been slower than expected? Well, emerging digital technologies and their application requires the development of new models […]


Are you planning for a Digital Infrastructure?

How organisations successfully integrate emerging technologies with their existing infrastructure is one of the key challenges CIOs will have to address. In order to take advantage of the business opportunities that digital technologies offer, there is no doubt that the infrastructure will have to evolve, with more automation being a core requirement. However, the reality […]


Expedite mobile app delivery with a Managed Team

As mobile continues to reshape every area of commercial activity, from banking and retail to government and healthcare, the number of apps being developed has increased dramatically. If your organisation is just getting started in mobile, or seeking to develop new apps, knowing where to begin and how to execute effectively requires experienced mobile capability. […]