Archives: June 2017

Breaking down barriers to data sharing: the key to unlocking Smart Cities

By Pamela Cook   Earlier this year I spoke on a panel session at a Data Innovation Day in Brussels. The theme for this year’s event was ‘Smart Cities’ and the panel session itself focused on how we can use citizen data to deliver better public services. There were three key takeaways from this panel […]

The England and Wales Cricket Board go live with new system to drive participation in cricket

Infoshare and Mvine partner to enable seamless and cyber-secure access to 60 England and Wales Cricket Board services for over 1.5 million users   LONDON, 19 JUNE 2017: Distributed Digital Identity specialists Mvine Ltd announces today its client The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has gone live with a new online collaboration platform to […]

Councils need to share if we want digital transformation

by Pamela Cook   There was an interesting article published in Public Technology this week that covered a topic most local government authorities, and indeed many private companies, will know something about: internal company issues that halt data projects before they’ve even begun. The author talked about how the daunting prospect of how to understand […]

DECODE project hands the power of data back to the people

by Pamela Cook   I noticed an article on Public Technology last week about the new European DECODE project. This project utilises blockchain tools to give people control and ownership over their own online data. The aim of the project is to get people more involved in the data that is held about them and […]