Latest Episodes

Migrating from Unified Communications to the Digital Workspace
March 06, 2019

A conversation with David Cornwell

Network Services 2 - Applying
February 20, 2019

Lynne Mangenis talks to Stephen Smith from Telefonica O2

Was it easy to get a place on Network Services 2?
February 06, 2019

Lynne Magennis talks to Craig Walden of Opus Group

Bringing AI into Government
January 22, 2019

Lyne Magennis talks to Jonathan Wright about Cognitive Technologies in the Public Sector

Advice Cloud's Chris Farthing talks about the new Network Services 2 framework New Innopsis member – Advice Cloud
January 08, 2019

We start 2019 with a new member, Advice Cloud. Advice Cloud are Public Procurement specialists and G-Cloud consultants, specialising in helping both Public and private organisations to buy and sell services including IT, Cloud Services,

What is the future like for Networking?
December 22, 2018

Mike Thomas speaks to Andrew Haliwell of Virgin Media Busienss

Mapping DNA DNA – The key to our Future and Past
December 21, 2018

Being able to interrogate DNA data opens up the possibility of an exponential increase in irradicating dieseases and being able to increase food production, amongst a host of other benefits. Being able to share and process the enormous amount of data ...

The year Past and Future from Telefonica Helping the Community
December 19, 2018

Alyson has recently won a place in the Top 100 women in Technology by the WeareTechWomen organisation which celebrates and encourages more women into the Technology Industry.

Is more Government spend going to SMEs?
December 17, 2018

The present administration in Government have made it a manifesto commitment that more public sector spend will be given to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, that is organisations less than 250 employees with a revenue of less than £5m a year and a l...

Information Governance after GDPR.
December 15, 2018

At the end of 2018, we bring you Des Ward from the Common Framework who provides his view of Data Governance direction on 2019 and reflects on the impacts of GDPR.