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What’s hot in July?

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July market intelligence

Most shared stories by theme in July: data, digital, security, cloud, skills

Each month, we take a look at a handful of really great media to see what public sector tech topics are being written about, and which stories are being shared most on social media. This is a really cool way of seeing what topics are ‘hot’ right now and can help to shape our campaigns for you. Never ones for keeping stuff to ourselves, here’s the research.

* All social share stats accurate at 30 July 2015.

ComputerWorld Universal Credit staff vote to strike over ‘inadequate’ IT systems 1048 LegacyIT
Guardian Public Leaders / Tech Security flaw found in school internet monitoring software 701 Security
Guardian Public Leaders / Tech BBC to give away 1m Micro:bit computers to schoolchildren 419 Tech_adoption
Guardian Public Leaders / Tech Police Scotland pushes for centralised CCTV network 332 Security
ComputerWorld NHS launches £150k tech innovation prize 292 Innovation
Guardian Public Leaders / Tech Users’ data compromised after technical glitch at Home Office contractor 254 Security
Guardian Public Leaders / Tech PM plans patient data grab in proposals for seven-day NHS 191 Data
ComputerWorld Budget 2015: the tech industry’s top demands 190 Budget
Cloud Computing News Government cloud on the rise: NSA and DOJ move to Amazon Web Services 162 cloud
ComputerWorld Care.data concerns dismissed as ‘scare stories’ by NHS data chief 148 Data
V3 Camden Council fights fraud with IBM big data analytics 147 Data
Business Cloud News Only one third of UK public sector comfortable with cloud – survey 132 cloud
V3 Government launches £10m IoT smart city competition 117 IoT
Digital by Default Camden CIO outlines four key areas for digital transformation 111 Digital
ComputerWorld Open data: government ‘needs to go much further’, says Cabinet Office minister 106 Data
Information Age Government launches £10m Internet of Things competition for UK cities 77 IoT
Digital by Default GDS launches Digital Inclusion Outcomes Framework 75 Skills
Information Age It’s just not enough: techUK demands more from government on digital skills shortage 70 Skills
Digital by Default Local government collaborating to drive digital ambitions 64 Digital
V3 Edinburgh Council cyber attack exposes 13,000 email addresses 61 Security
Information Age Can the government procurement framework balance control? 58 Procurement
V3 Government offers SMBs £5,000 to protect against online attacks 52 Security
V3 G-Cloud sales reach £664m but hit summer slowdown 49 Digital
Information Age Public sector not ready for reliance on cloud in chancellor’s £13BN departmental savings 41 Cloud
Cloud Pro GDS and techUK plan to boost awareness of G-Cloud 36 cloud
Ukauthority Lane Fox to take lead on new digital healthcare 36 Skills
Business Cloud News Camden Council uses big data to help reduce fraud, save money 32 Data
Digitalhealth.net 10,000 patients use EPR 32 patient_data
Digital by Default Martha Lane Fox to champion digital health with the NIB 27 Skills
Digitalhealth.net Luton turns records space into clinics 26 EPR
Digitalhealth.net GP system suppliers data request dropped 25 Data
TechWeekEurope Public Sector Lags Behind Business In Device And App Use 25 Tech_adoption
TechWeekEurope Government Launches £10m IoT Competition For Smart Cities 24 IoT
Digital by Default LGA launches new digital data tool 23 Data
Ukauthority UK teams with France on open data 17 Data
Ukauthority Council-developed self service benefits app to be deployed at two more councils 17 selfservice
TechWeekEurope MPs Demand Superfast Broadband Answers With Parliamentary Inquiry 15 Broadband
Digitalhealth.net Merseyside shares 5.5m records in a year 15 informationsharing
Business Cloud News UK Department of Health taps Accenture, Avanade for cloud deployment 13 cloud
Cloud Pro Uh-oh – 92% of civil servants don’t trust the cloud 13 cloud
Digitalhealth.net Manchester live with integrated record 13 informationsharing
TechWeekEurope Local Government IT Security Is A Bloody Mess, Research Finds 12 Security
Ukauthority Analysis: IT is in the politics of the Spending Review 12 Spendingreview
Ukauthority Digital self-service set to treble in three years 11 selfservice

 

 

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