CoDE on the Road: The launch of ‘DLT for Public Services’ report

The CoDE team were thrilled to be a part of the launch recently of ‘Distributed Ledger Technologies for the Public Sector: Leadership, Collaboration and Innovation’ hosted at the House of Lords by Lord Holmes of Richmond, an inspiring advocate for the immense potential of DLT to address intractable challenges in both private and public sectors. […]

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UK Government ‘Digital Reboot’: The end of the beginning?

The last few weeks have seen the release of a flurry of new documents aimed at stimulating the digital economy and accelerating adoption of digital technologies. Discussion within and across government has resulted in a series of new digital government initiatives – not just the aims, ambitions and methods for the UK’s economy, but also […]

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‘The A-Z of the Digital Economy’: Watch it here

The CoDE team has just spent some time filming ‘The A-Z of the Digital Economy’, bringing Digital to life for a host of prospective students, and for businesses with valuable potential links with Surrey Business School (SBS). You can see the film here on our homepage, either in its entirety, or by clicking on the […]

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Blockchain, Brexit, and Digital Governance

CoDE’s ‘man about Europe,’ Dr Phil Godsiff, reports that if it’s summer it must be Brussels. Phil attended a blockchain conference organised by the Cobden Centre, a free trade think tank, where he contributed as one of the experts at a Round Table convened by and for MEPs. He followed that up with a workshop […]

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Bringing Digital to Local Government

We just ran the closing session of ‘Strategy, Management, and Service Delivery in a Digital Economy’ for Surrey County Council (SCC) here in the Business insights Lab. Opened by Head of the Business School Professor Andy Adcroft, and ably steered by CoDE’s Dr Ben Shenoy, this fifth and final session discussed what’s next for Digital […]

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GaaP: The realities of Government as a Platform

The panel are off chaired by the prof @alanwbrown #gaapfuture pic.twitter.com/SLftde1Xw3 — Methods Digital (@MethodsDigital) March 17, 2016 By Guest Blogger Alan Brown, Co-Director of CoDE and an expert on the concept of ‘government as a platform’. The phrase ‘government as a platform’ was coined in a Tim O’Reilly paper from 2010. Referencing companies such […]

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Cryptocurrencies: Bad, Good, and Everything In Between

CoDE’s Dr Richard Adams along with Dr Glenn Parry, with an award from RCUK’s Digital Economy NEMODE Network+, organised two influential workshops for mixed practitioner, policy-maker and academic audiences exploring Cryptocurrencies and the applications of Blockchain. The first workshop, Cryptocurrencies: Evil Empire or Digital Saviour? run in association with the Oxford Technology Media & Finance […]

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What’s Mine Is Yours? Issues of Data Sharing

 By guest blogger Dr Phil Godsiff, Senior Research Fellow A warm, sunny, pre-autumnal Lisbon hosted the ICT 2015 Innovate, Connect, Transform (part of the “Digital Agenda for Europe”, a Europe 2020 initiative) conference, and I have been thinking on and off about some of its implications. With the conference being held in the Congress Centre, very […]

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Cryptocurrencies and Digital Business

Cryptocurrencies are a form of digital technology that removes the requirement for a centralised authority to generate use and trust in a currency.   Cryptocurrencies are instead built on cryptography to create a network of mutual trust – trust in the currency is established not through a central authority – but by every member of the […]

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