Hull City Council will see smart bins introduced across the city in a ground breaking pilot project to improve waste collection.
New report argues that UK cities need more government resources if they are going to be able to address current digital divides.
Technology advances in public services requires effective leadership, organisational engagement, and insightful risk management, says CIPFA.
A new strategy is being launched across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to significantly improve mobile, broadband and public Wi-Fi coverage.
A new report to transform Newcastle into the UK’s leading ‘smart city’ will be considered by Newcastle City Council’s cabinet.
Norfolk County Council is trialling a new mobile phone detection system on the county’s roads, which is the first system of its kind to be used in the UK.
An analysis of more than 160 million broadband speed tests conducted across 200 countries has revealed that the UK is ranked 35th.
The government has launched a new £7.5 million ‘digital pledge’ for local authorities to help them transform their online services.
The new NHS app, set to be available to everyone in England in December 2018, will give patients safe and secure access to their GP record.
Residents in Cardiff have been given a new way of connecting digitally with the council following the launch of the ‘Cardiff Gov' App.
The Royal College of GPs has stressed that technology may support but not replace medically trained professionals.
An initiative has been launched to ensure private healthcare data is recorded in the same way as NHS data in England.
NHS Digital and the LGA have chosen 12 councils to explore how technology and digital innovation could help shape the future of social care.
Lambeth Council has partnered with Intercity Technology to enhance its digital services through a fully-managed and flexible IT support service.
Simon Stevens has warned that social media firms should share the burden with the NHS as it battles mental health issues in young people.
Rural Nottinghamshire is set to benefit from better broadband, after the council awarded a £2.7 million digital infrastructure contract to Openreach.
Appian provides a low-code development platform that accelerates the creation of high-impact enterprise software applications – from idea to app in 8 weeks with a guarantee.
Edinburgh City Council has streamlined social care with the implementation of prepaid cards to supply funds for adult and children’s social care
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