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Transforming how we think about digital identity

By Articles, Blogs, Government, Identity and Access Management

How open-source development is supporting digital service delivery in government. Article by Mike Stone Having secure, accessible and fit-for-purpose frameworks and policies for digital identification is a non-negotiable for providing services in a constantly evolving digital world. Identity exchanges are one piece of that puzzle, bridging the gap between identity…

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What is digital? And why this is the wrong question to ask

By Articles, Blogs, IT department No Comments

This is the question I get asked a lot. A strictly technical answer could be. “using a system that can be used by a computer and other electronic equipment, in which information is sent and received in electronic form as a series of the numbers 1 and 0” A better question is Why digital? Why should we invest in creating a digital experience? The opportunity that digital represents can…

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Part Three: Agile in the Real World – A Practitioner’s View

By Agile, Blogs

Author: Bernadette Greenock Good Agility Point Four: SOME KEY CONCEPTS OF A VALUE-DRIVEN APPROACH Customers continuously care about whether or not you’re delivering software that works throughout the agile project development cycle. They require some form of business functionality which proves that the evolving software application serves their business needs. Traditional…

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Part Two: Agile in the Real World – A Practitioner’s View

By Agile, Blogs

Author: Bernadette Greenock Good Agility Point Two: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOING SCRUM/EXTREME PROGRAMMING AND ‘BEING’ AGILE Extreme Programming (XP) and Scrum are two agile methodologies. Agile trusts highly collaborative teams to quickly and iteratively build production-ready software. Written plans and documentation are kept to a minimum as requirements are assumed…

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