The London Borough of Croydon is to outline Croydon’s future as a smart city at cabinet soon.
Cars of the future could be programmed to spot potholes and transmit the information to Highways England, the government body has said.
The government has proposed a new statutory power to ensure children’s data in the UK is given an extra level of protection.
More than eight in every 10 executives are to invest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) over the coming years, a new study has found.
An innovative crowdsourced action plan aims to help Greater Manchester reach its ambition of becoming a world-leading city region by 2020.
To help reduce delayed discharges, NHS Digital has announced £1.4 million funding for local authorities and their NHS partners.
A council has saved the equivalent of over 300 person days on its budget setting by implementing a Financial Workforce Planning Solution.
The government is encouraging technology-based SMEs to supply to the public sector via a new marketplace for health and social care providers.
Nottingham City Council has revealed that Nottingham City Transport is failing to ensure the cheapest bus tickets are promoted via its mobile app.
Derby City Council has confirmed a 60 per cent saving on its data centre provision following its switch to Crown Hosting Data Centres.
Delivered by Northamptonshire County Council and Northamptonshire Growth Hub, the funding for the Digital Improvement Grants project has been made available from the ERDF.
Birmingham City Council’s new website has won a 2017 Plain English Award.
A number of NHS trusts have made a formal agreement to collaborate on digital health services for the benefit of their patients.
The Better Broadband Scheme will be extended for another year to help those struggling with the slowest broadband speeds in the UK.
Aberdeen City Council has announced a new digital partnership to drive forward its digital transformation.
The development of shared services is unstoppable and will continue for the next decade, new research has found.
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.
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
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