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Volatile future in store for 'TUPE' staff
Since 2006, the terms and conditions of IT staff have been protected if, through outsourcing, they become employees of an incoming employer. But now the government's drive to use SMEs and changes in legislation means the future cover provided by TUPE may not be as effective. Terry Ernest-Jones explains.
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MoD CIO outlines plans for flexible IT transformation
By Neil Merrett
Mike Stone discusses plans to transform core defence IT through a focus on connectivity and end user devices
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Home Office innovation fund targets 85 police projects
By Neil Merrett
Projects aimed at shared services and back office efficiency among key beneficiaries of £50m departmental funding for coming year
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Kerslake leaves Civil Service leadership role
By David Bicknell
Reshuffle which led to surprise departures for Hague and Gove has also cost Sir Bob Kerslake his job in battle between ministers and mandarins
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Socitm expands local digital dashboard plans
By Neil Merrett
Library book renewal, council tax payment and bus pass allocations added to dashboard as part of ongoing expansion of GDS relationship
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Eduserv launches cloud migration service
By Neil Merrett
Service designed to tackle government uncertainty over threats and risks from cloud adoption
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CESG offers security advice on using Knox for BYOD
By Neil Merrett
Samsung Knox version 1.0 is latest inclusion to CESG End User Devices (EUD) guidance on classified data handling
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Peterborough City Council leading the way to PSN compliance and mobility
How one local authority managed to achieve Public Services Network compliance while implementing BYOD
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Council trio drive transformation agenda
By David Bicknell
Eastbourne Borough Council, London Tri-borough and Camden Council gain awards; cost reduction imperative and need to help staff work more efficiently drives change
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Educating East Sussex
By Charlotte Jee
Kris Scruby, ICT Schools Services Manager at East Sussex County Council, on the impact of the cloud, analytics, social media, BYOD, the potential benefits of PSN and the move to remote management
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