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MD at Quadriga Consulting Ltd. Specialist in tech focused research/analysis, business evidence and business economics - with strong focus on Mobility, Web 2.0, Social Media, Enterprise 2.0 and Technology for Development.
Jeff Peel outlines the new report from Citizen 2015 that will paint a picture of future citizen-experience focused government services.
Interview recorded at EnterConf 2015
Michael O'Hara discusses the role of open data in an increasingly mobile world.
**[Citizen20Series](http://citizen20series.com)** (currently **Citizen 2015**) is all about how citizens interact and engage with government. Technology has transformed how people communicate, consume services, interact with each other and with business. As a result, government – local, regional and national – is having to adapt. Resources are being squeezed at the same time as citizen expectations are increasing. Therefore, more has to be done with less.
On this channel we will feature perspectives from those who are thinking about government services: civil servants, politicians, academics, technologists and commentators.
Citizen 2015 is kindly sponsored by [**Verint**](http://www.verint.com/solutions/customer-engagement-optimization/government-public-sector/) with editorial content developed by [**Quadriga Consulting**](http://quadco.co.uk).
Interview with Andy Lark, CMO of Xero at EnterConf 2015 for Citizen2015.
Presented by Nigel Cassidy and Mark Johnson
The day's need-to-know, getting you ready for the day ahead
Morning Money provides instant analysis of the breaking business, corporate and economic news of the day. From 6 to 7am Sandra and Mark reflect what’s been happening in Asia overnight and review the papers. At 7am we are first with breaking corporate news and instant analysis as the RNS announcements are released. And at 8am we bring you market reaction as trading begins, as well as instant opinions from a regular panel of experts on the phone and in the studio. Between 6am-9am: we are regularly joined by Chris Bailey from Financial Orbit, David Buick at Panmure Gordon; Dan Hodges at the Daily Telegraph; Rodney Hobson, financial author and Sara Sjolin, market commentator at MarketWatch.
Jeff Peel interviews Michael O'Hara about open data and smart cities.
"Noisy, boozy and sectarian" Alex Kane on his experience at the 12th in Belfast.
Should we impose a NO FRY ZONE banning fast food shops near schools? With obesity levels in children climbing - the government in the Republic are considering an exclusion zone for new fast-food restaurants near schools and playgrounds.
Journalist Niamh Horan and commentator Jeffrey Peel discuss
The Prime Minister says 'we are not just going to stick to the plan – we are going to re-double our efforts to deliver every part of it'.
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Interview with Raj Samani CTO Emea McAfee
Jeff Peel interviews Christian Jenkins at the Mobile World Congress
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I'm the technology correspondent at the BBC - and a man who likes to fiddle uncomprehendingly with new bits of tech, and then hurl them against the wall when they don't work