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While the pace of the move to open source in the public sector has been slow so far, a number of factors are converging to determine the blueprint for its future use in government IT. These include the Cabinet Office’s consultation to define the use of open standards in government and G-Cloud, which is supposed to make it easier and less costly to become a government supplier. This guide takes you through the initiatives under way and reveals how they could benefit your business. Access >>>
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- UK government’s open source future
- Smart cities thinking out of the box
- Could G-Cloud become the pride of public sector IT?
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