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Parliament Street examines how social media is driving aid in the developing world

Parliament Street examines how social media is driving aid in the developing world

A trip to The Gambia revealed to Steven George-Hilley a hidden network of people who met, kept in touch and delivered aid through social media channels.

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by · 22nd January 2013 · Tech Frontiers
How social media is transforming aid in developing countries

How social media is transforming aid in developing countries

Parliament Street investigates how social media channels are connecting networks of aid workers in the developing world.

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by · 19th December 2012 · Tech Frontiers
To Catch A Thief With Business Intelligence

To Catch A Thief With Business Intelligence

Business intelligence offers a serious weapon in the battle against crime, argues Steven George-Hilley

“There can be no excuses for the Government to delay fully embracing BI in the fight against crime. Thanks for the explosion of social media, a wealth of data exists to track the movements, analyse and identify potential or ongoing offenders before they commit a criminal act.”

Read the article at Business Computing World »

by · 22nd October 2012 · Tech Frontiers
Report urges MPs to brush up on Twitter skills and become ‘real time’ politicians

Report urges MPs to brush up on Twitter skills and become ‘real time’ politicians

Report urges elected representatives to utilise social to media break down the barrier between Parliament and the electorate

by · 7th October 2012 · Tech Frontiers, Research
New Research from Parliament Street – UK schools need a radical technology strategy

New Research from Parliament Street – UK schools need a radical technology strategy

Steven George-Hilley writes about how technology can transform education.

by · 26th September 2012 · Tech Frontiers, Research

Accelerating the government SMB agenda

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by · 25th September 2012 · Tech Frontiers

First research from Parliament Street – Towards A Big Open Source Society

The UK cannot afford to take a slow coach approach to open source adoption, we must embrace it to improve public services and reduce the deficit for the long-term.”

Read the article at businesscomputingworld.co.uk »

by · 17th September 2012 · Tech Frontiers