Innopsis is the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the UK Public Sector. Our members range in size from small startups to the largest telecoms providers in the country. Collectively, we provide over 75% of the telecoms and digital infrastructure used by the UK Public Sector.

Our objectives are to:

–       make it easier and quicker for our members to do business with government

–       enable government to maximise the benefits available from digital services by promoting a vibrant and active supplier community

–       to provide better public services and to work together for the common good.

Our focus is on the big opportunity for both customers and suppliers to benefit from safe information sharing and innovation in public service delivery

Latest News

 

News for w/c 7th October 2019

News from around the Public Sector and Industry for week commencing 7th October 2019
– Forget Brexit, ignore Trump, write off today: BT’s gonna make us all ‘realise the potential of tomorrow’
– Pagers, faxes and cheques: Things that might seem obsolete, but aren’t
– University of Strathclyde and NHS Forth Valley have tested a system for tele-examinations of an eye using a 5G smartphone.
– Arqiva Sells UK Telecoms Infrastructure for £2bn to Cellnex
– Sheffield City Region mayor calls on PM to support the Northern Forest
– Gartner highlights ‘augmented intelligence’ in government
– uSwitch warns 5G won’t cover 4G’s inadequacies
– Facebook encryption threatens public safety, say ministers
– Over 3,400 tech firms secure spot on CCS DOS framework

News for w/c 14th October 2019

News and stories from the press and internet for week commencing 14th October 2019.
– O2 launches 5G in the UK, with no premium to customers
– CenturyLink grows on-demand network connectivity to Google Cloud Platform
– An alternative Queen’s Speech: four bills to unlock the potential of UK tech
– MEF and ONUG collaborate to drive standards for hybrid cloud SD-WAN services
– Allocation details of £14 billion funding for schools announced
– IOC survey says lack of diversity turning away youth from UK digital sector
– Government dodges ‘full fibre for all by 2025’ pledge
– A fully full fibre’d UK would boost economy by £60 billion
– UK to bring new law to help tenants get gigabit-speed broadband

News for w/c 30th September 2019

News from across the UK Public Sector and Technologu Ondustry for w/c 30th September 2019
– What Would It Take to Shut Down the Entire Internet?
– British Parliament plans two-year cyber capability programme
– NCSC updates Cyber Assessment Framework
– Openreach maps out fibre plans for the next 18 months.
– To deliver better public services, we must ask what productivity in the public sector looks like, says Treasury Minister
– Podcast: The International Design in Government community – Government Digital Service
– Rotherham Council offers free electric charging
– Government announces Britain bus revolution
– BT and government ‘hatch’ plan for full fibre rollout and copper switchoff by 2027

 

Podcasts

 

The Judges View

Join Lynne Magennis, Ian Fishwick, Lee Shorten and Adam Zoldan as they discussing judging for the Comms National Awards

A Bijou ‘WAN-acea’

In this episode, Lynne Magennis talks to Cloud Gateway’s c0-founder and CEO, Justin Day about networks, internet, blue plaques, work-wives and the Dino-to-Digi Scale.

5G, Brexit and Frameworks

A roundtable discussion hosted by Lynne Magennis with Michael Bowyer and Afshin Attari

Post-Brexit?

Ian was recently asked to give a speech at Child & Co Bank, which is one of these small historic banks owned by the RBS NatWest. The event was co-organised by Evolution Capital, and the audience were owners of technology businesses. Having bought over 25 tech companies, they wanted Ian’s view on what the impact of Brexit would be on the appetite for UK technology acquisitions.

Networking at the Summit

We are getting used to seeing in the news how the politicians are going to ensure that all the homes and offices in Great Britain are going to have 100% high speed fibre internet access in an ever-decreasing timescale plus the progress of the removal of the existing copper network in an even shorter timescale. Add to this the initial roll out of the various 5G networks, with or without Huawei, plus declared strategy statements that the ‘Internet is Ok’ and ‘Internet First’ for Government data, we have a cocktail of change which is causing both Suppliers and Customers to re-think their own strategy.

Activities

HSCN October Supplier Briefing and CAS(T) Forum

HSCN October Supplier Briefing and CAS(T) Forum

A combined HSCN Supplier Briefing for CN-SPs and CAS(T) Forum for CAS(T) providers Draft Agenda 9:30 - Room open HSCN Supplier Briefing (up to 3 attendees per CN-SP) 10:00 -10:30 - Key messaging/state of nation update - Dan Parry/Patrick Clarke 10:30 - 10:50 - NHS...

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