The UK Space Agency has backed a healthcare drone start-up founded by NHS staff, to help in the response to coronavirus.
The 2025 target for faster gigabit coverage nationwide will be particularly difficult to achieve for the hardest to reach premises.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged smartphone users to download NHS Scotland’s new contact tracing app to help suppress the spread of coronavirus.
Hundreds of the country’s healthcare firms are set to benefit from government funding to boost their cyber security.
The NCSC has released guidance aimed at helping organisations stay safe from malicious cyber actors.
An annual study ranking international average broadband speeds has revealed that the UK is among the slowest in Europe.
The government has announced that Huawei will be completely removed from the UK’s 5G networks by the end of 2027.
Labour is calling on the government to release more information to local authorities to help contain the local spread of coronavirus.
A new procurement framework will help public sector organisations access technology that supports social distancing in the workplace.
A group of UK charities have threatened to curb their spending on social media engagement if platforms do not do more to tackle hate speech.
NHS England is hosting its first-ever ‘Virtual Pride’ to celebrate and involve all of its LGBT+ staff and their allies.
Councils have received reports of fraudsters attempting to exploit the Test and Trace system.
Research has indicated that 30 per cent of people feel that public sector tech has not worked during lockdown.
The public sector can access new satellite images of the UK to help issues such as town planning and flood mapping.
An agreement will save the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds and enable all eligible organisations to access Microsoft 365 digital tools.
Business Minister has said that the new NHS coronavirus contact-tracing app should be in place by the end of the month.
A combination of pressures prompted Derby City Council to review its on-premise data centre strategy in 2015.
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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