Exponential-e named as a supplier on CCS Network Services 2 framework

Exponential-e named as a supplier on CCS Network Services 2 framework

​Places secured on multiple lots enable Exponential-e to deliver cutting-edge technology to government departments and agencies

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A roundtable discussion on 5G, Brexit and frameworks

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Our Public Sector Director Afshin Attari recently sat down with Innopsis's Lynne Magennis and Michael Bowyer for a roundtable discussion on frameworks in the Public Sector.

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Digitisation of Healthcare: A conversation with Innopsis

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The digitisation of the NHS (one of the biggest employers in the world) is a huge task, and it begins with the opening up of the organisation's underlying data network. Over the past year, the NHS's N3 network has been being migrated to a new network: Health and Social Care Network (HSCN). HSCN has been built by a number of co-operating suppliers, including Exponential-e.

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Post-GDPR: key learnings for housing associations

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The GDPR deadline day of 25th May has been and gone, but sticking to the legislation remains as important as ever. This is because GDPR is, in fact, not something that can just be 'done'; instead, it is ongoing and needs to be constantly changed and updated. The onus is on housing associations to comply with GDPR not just today, but in six months, a year, two years, and beyond. 

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HSCN – A digital aid to vital health and care organisations

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When N3 contracts expired in March 2017, NHS Digital was faced with the challenge of replacing it. The idea was to replace a long-term single supplier contract with a marketplace of network options. 

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There’s an app for that – but is this what the NHS really needs?

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New health secretary Matt Hancock has been beating the technology drum. As well as announcing that almost £500 million would be made available for technology, he's also asserted that the service needs more apps. However, it’s fair to wonder: is this the right avenue to funnel resources?

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