The UK public sector's three most senior technology leaders outlined their ambitions for digital transformation – and two new vacancies.
Automation technologies will augment the human worker, rather than replace, and provide opportunities to redesign legacy processes across government.
John Quinn, technology chief at the UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, on how it delivered a world-beating vaccine approval process despite Brexit and lockdown.
The impetus to 'build back greener' opens the door for an 'agile' transformation of the aerospace sector, says the UK electric aircraft maker's IT leader.
"The biggest mistake I could make is to sit back and just 'run IT'." Andrew Quail, director of IT and innovation at SGN, calls on CIO peers to lead decarbonisation efforts.
Graeme Howard, chief technology and information officer at Covéa Insurance, discussed how technology underpins community at Tech Monitor Live.
Digital, business and technology professionals invited to join Tech Monitor Live forum to hear from senior executives from SGN, Vertical Aerospace and the MHRA.
As society grows wary of Big Tech's dominance, platform cooperatives offer an alternative approach. Why haven't they succeeded?
UK policymakers need to consider the whole of the country's technology ecosystem, not just start-ups, when planning a digital-led recovery, writes Edward Qualtrough.
Steven VanRoekel, who was chief innovation officer of the US response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, says data has the same development potential as electricity.
Improving cyber resilience and transforming legacy technology estates are urgent priorities, says Obama-era IT leader Tony Scott.
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