Technology will continue to change the way services are run in 2018. But before we look forward, GT takes a look back at our top read features from last year
Digital must be the enabler, not the driver, of reform. Eddie Copeland, director of Government Innovation at Nesta, explains why real innovation starts with people
An innovative crowdsourced action plan aims to help Greater Manchester reach its ambition of becoming a world-leading city region by 2020.
The Better Broadband Scheme will be extended for another year to help those struggling with the slowest broadband speeds in the UK.
This week’s Budget announcement is expected to include further tests of driverless cars on UK roads.
Representatives from the four main mobile network providers in Norfolk will attend a county council meeting to discuss how mobile coverage in the county could be improved.
The NHS has selected 138 entrepreneurs to design and deliver new technological solutions and innovations in healthcare.
Ben Wallace has said that internet companies should face a tax punishment for failing to deal with the threat of terrorism in the UK.
Concerns that the data protection bill could accidentally criminalise legitimate research has prompted the government to amend the bill.
Increasing the amount of information held in electronic Summary Care Records is improving care and helping to ease winter pressures.
Richard Whomes, director of sales engineering from Rocket Software, argues that it’s time for a full IT health check
Richard Whomes, director sales engineering, Rocket Software, explains how digital transformation can improve and boost the public sector
Julie Nixon and Melanie Schwindt discuss GDPR and offer key recommendations to ensure UK companies are prepared come May next year
While 3D printing is becoming more widely used in general engineering the use of 3D printing in the medical and allied sectors such as dentistry has only just begun.
New technologies that foster smarter, more agile and productive ways of working are in high demand. Particularly across the government and public sector, with cost efficiency, office consolidations and budget cuts abound.
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