Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a kablenet theme

Blogging patient opinions

Our work on the revolutionary Patient Opinion website has been rewarded with coverage

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new Cabinet Office Government Web site guidelines

new government web site guidelines

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E-government procurement excludes small businesses

Stefan Magdalinski berates e-government procurement for ignoring small innovators in favour of bigger suppliers.

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E-Government innovation award winners

Kablenet reports the winners of the Government Computing Syntegra Awards for Innovation

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E-government will cost more than it saves

Kablenet research suggests that e-government will cost more than its saves until at least 2012 at current levels of investment and return

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Seven UK local authorities commended for social inclusion using IT

Kablenet reports that the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister has awarded Beacon status to 7 UK local authorities for improving social inclusion through IT

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NHS to launch single health portal

NHS to create portal to public online government health-related sites

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Why do Public Sector IT projects fail

E-government@large asks why so many public sector IT projects fail and highlights a cultural issue that may be a big factor

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Office of the e-Envoy under threat?

Kablenet reports that the office of the e-Envoy could be coming under threat from within Whitehall

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