Police spend £1.3 million on cyber crime training

UK police forces spent a total of £1,320,341 on cyber crime training courses in the last three years.

Less than half of councils provide good online waste service

Only 46 per cent of district councils are providing a good or very good service for people seeking information about garden waste services.

£336,000 cost savings for Wirral Council

Wirral Council has announced that it has saved £336,000 since it switched from Oracle support to Support Revolution three years ago.

Stoke-on-Trent Council launches gigabit broadband

Working with Swedish company VXFIBER, Stoke-on-Trent Council is to roll out a gigabit full fibre broadband infrastructure around the city.

£67 million voucher boost for a Full Fibre connectivity

The Nationwide GBVS will provide vouchers to help SMEs and residents with the costs of connecting to full fibre broadband.

IaaS – considerations for the public sector

Developments in IaaS is encouraging more public sector IT managers to reconsider their platform options. Paul Timms explains why

UAS in government and public services

Dr Sue Wolfe provides us a review of government policy and explains how drones are being used to revolutionise some public services

UK councils and the big Windows 7 challenge

Mat Clothier, founder of Cloudhouse, explains why this is a worrying statistic for councils, and what this means for the wider public sector

Culture is the secret ingredient for digital transformation

Terry Storrar explains why cultural change is central to digital transformation projects in the public sector

Scan4Safety – Insight from a demonstrator site

Rob Drag shares the progress and benefits of the Scan4Safety programme at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust as it nears the completion of its initial phase

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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.