If you’re thinking of putting in place an online housing repair service, it’s time to weigh up the pros and cons of having a login.
Last month we hosted our first Blackathon to honour the work of Black pioneers that have made a significant impact on society through tech – here’s how it went.
We recently attended Black Tech Fest, an event for Black tech leaders and emerging talents to come together. In this post, we share the lessons learned that left us feeling truly inspired.
It’s universally recognised that local authorities face increasing expectations in the face of dwindling resources. It’s widely understood that improvements can be made to social care workflows. Here’s my starter for 5 on the important questions that service teams should ask themselves.
I recently attended a presentation at the Citizen Access Open Delivery Lunch. Here are a few facilitation exercises we explored that help build connections and engage your team.
If you’re looking to sharpen your programming skills and learn to ship high-quality code, we’re opening applications for our new Level 4 DevOps apprenticeship.
Collective intelligence is the collaborative effort between a group of people who try to solve a problem, bringing the best of what people and technology can offer. In this post we explain what that looks like in practice.
We’re proud to be working with the Met Office helping to give people the weather information they need.
Let’s take a look at large language model artifical intelligences. Are they suitable for use in the public sector? Here’s everything you need to know to make an informed choice.
Since releasing our Housing Repairs SaaS product in March, we’ve been working to extend the product’s functionality. In the last few weeks we’ve added support for communal repairs.