CCS Supplier Engagements

 

Upgrading the UK – Future Handover Architecture and Exchange Footprint – Consultation

OpenReach have commenced a consultation on the future handover architecture and exchange handover.

Post expires at 4:06pm on Friday June 4th, 2021

Cabinet Office lobbying pays off

Ian Fishwick gives an update on the lobbying work he has done this autumn for members.

Post expires at 3:31pm on Friday June 4th, 2021

Data use in government: Where we’re going next

Sue Bateman, Deputy Director for Data and Innovation at the Government Digital Service (GDS), explores data use in government and in this vein, where we’re going next

Post expires at 9:33am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Openreach Consult on Closure Plans for 4,600 UK Exchanges

Network access provider Openreach (BT) has today launched a new consultation on their plans to close 4,600 exchanges across the United Kingdom, which is largely reflective of the inevitable move away from copper-based broadband lines and toward a Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) orientated future.

Post expires at 9:30am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Zoom tops the 2020 mobile app charts

Both Apple and Google have un veiled their app ‘awards’, but since the criteria for these are opaque and presumably have a commercial element, they’re fairly meaningless. Of much more interest are the simple charts showing which were downloaded the most. Apple has published these for 2020, but Google just has its standard charts, which presumably cover the past few weeks.

Post expires at 9:28am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Innopsis Supplier Workshops

 

Upgrading the UK – Future Handover Architecture and Exchange Footprint – Consultation

OpenReach have commenced a consultation on the future handover architecture and exchange handover.

Post expires at 4:06pm on Friday June 4th, 2021

Cabinet Office lobbying pays off

Ian Fishwick gives an update on the lobbying work he has done this autumn for members.

Post expires at 3:31pm on Friday June 4th, 2021

Data use in government: Where we’re going next

Sue Bateman, Deputy Director for Data and Innovation at the Government Digital Service (GDS), explores data use in government and in this vein, where we’re going next

Post expires at 9:33am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Openreach Consult on Closure Plans for 4,600 UK Exchanges

Network access provider Openreach (BT) has today launched a new consultation on their plans to close 4,600 exchanges across the United Kingdom, which is largely reflective of the inevitable move away from copper-based broadband lines and toward a Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) orientated future.

Post expires at 9:30am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Zoom tops the 2020 mobile app charts

Both Apple and Google have un veiled their app ‘awards’, but since the criteria for these are opaque and presumably have a commercial element, they’re fairly meaningless. Of much more interest are the simple charts showing which were downloaded the most. Apple has published these for 2020, but Google just has its standard charts, which presumably cover the past few weeks.

Post expires at 9:28am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Innopsis Terms Review

 

Upgrading the UK – Future Handover Architecture and Exchange Footprint – Consultation

OpenReach have commenced a consultation on the future handover architecture and exchange handover.

Post expires at 4:06pm on Friday June 4th, 2021

Cabinet Office lobbying pays off

Ian Fishwick gives an update on the lobbying work he has done this autumn for members.

Post expires at 3:31pm on Friday June 4th, 2021

Data use in government: Where we’re going next

Sue Bateman, Deputy Director for Data and Innovation at the Government Digital Service (GDS), explores data use in government and in this vein, where we’re going next

Post expires at 9:33am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Openreach Consult on Closure Plans for 4,600 UK Exchanges

Network access provider Openreach (BT) has today launched a new consultation on their plans to close 4,600 exchanges across the United Kingdom, which is largely reflective of the inevitable move away from copper-based broadband lines and toward a Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) orientated future.

Post expires at 9:30am on Friday June 4th, 2021

Zoom tops the 2020 mobile app charts

Both Apple and Google have un veiled their app ‘awards’, but since the criteria for these are opaque and presumably have a commercial element, they’re fairly meaningless. Of much more interest are the simple charts showing which were downloaded the most. Apple has published these for 2020, but Google just has its standard charts, which presumably cover the past few weeks.

Post expires at 9:28am on Friday June 4th, 2021