In his last post, Rupert Hay-Campbell talked about our technology strategy and its principles. But a strategy with some principles is not going to make change happen on its own so we’ve also decided to look at our technical governance processes.
Rupert Hay-Campbell blogs about Parliament's technology strategy and how it supports our digital strategy.
Loraine talks about her career in Parliament, what it feels like to find out you're being given an MBE, and why her careers advisor was right all along.
Hannah Ufland talks about the recent cyber security event and how it never crossed her mind that it would be her that would be learning something.
Rob Greig explains what happened during the cyber security incident that affected the Parliamentary network and how PDS responded.
We recently had our first Cyber Security Month event which helped staff understand the risk of online threats. In this blog post we talk about some of the things we did and what we're doing next to educate staff about these threats.
You do a project, make mistakes, find some solutions, and then forget about them. It’s a depressing thought, and has too often been true of IT projects and initiatives. Alan Bedford talks about what PDS has done to make sure we don't keep making the same mistakes.
Rob Greig talks about the threat of cyber attacks and why we have Cyber Security Month in Parliament
Last week I attended an Amazon Web Services (AWS) event about digital skills. There was lots of discussion about the difference in the skills needed for traditional IT and cloud technology. Given the huge growth in cloud technology, the skills gap is bigger than many people think.
Indranil Saha recently attended the Informatica Data Summit 2016 in the City. He shares his highlights from the day.