Oliver Dowden has announced that SMEs are accessing almost half of public sector spend on digital, data and technology services.
A worrying number of councils are leaving themselves open to security vulnerabilities and expensive extended support costs.
Three UK universities have been recognised as Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research by the NCSC.
Bristol City Council is integrating its HR and payroll processes by partnering with MHR for the provision of its cloud based iTrent system.
The government’s rollout of superfast broadband has seen local business amass a combined £9 billion increase in turnover.
A leading digital skills programme being delivered by Leeds City Council will see free Wi-Fi made available at 20 community buildings.
Maxwell was among the senior staffers responsible for creating a cloud-first policy within the UK government,
Lewisham council officers are contacting around 6,000 people who they believe may have had their financial data hacked
The Department for Education has highlighted five key opportunities for the technology sector to create a step change in education, improving teaching and slashing workload
New £45 million funding for the Rural Broadband Infrastructure Scheme will see rural communities benefit from improved broadband access.
Minister for Digital Margot James has announced a new UK Council for Internet Safety to improve the online safety and tackle online abuse.
Openreach has reduced the wholesale price of broadband in a bid to boost the number of homes and businesses using fast services.
£487 million is to be spent on technology for the NHS, giving more patients access to health services at home.
The NHS has been criticised for its reliance on ‘archaic’ technology as it is revealed that hospital trusts own almost 9,000 fax machines.
Government to ensure mandatory full fibre broadband roll-out for all new build homes and a new priority to connect hard-to-reach rural areas.
Hull City Council will see smart bins introduced across the city in a ground breaking pilot project to improve waste collection.
Innovative software makes energy monitoring a breeze
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.
David Trossell explores why smart cities require WAN data acceleration and how it can prevent smart cities from being held back by latency
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