Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced plans to replace frustrating IT systems in GP practices with modern technology.
Transport Minister Jesse Norman has announced a pioneering new cyber security standard to develop self-driving car technology.
The NHS e-Referral Service has hit 100 million bookings since it was launched in 2005 as the NHS Choose and Book Service.
The closing date for applications for the Better Broadband Scheme has now been extended until 31 December 2019.
More than a quarter of UK homes do not have fast enough broadband to cope with a typical family’s internet needs.
A new survey of NHS trusts has revealed a large disparity in cyber security skills and spending across the NHS.
Bus passengers can now charge their mobile phones for free while waiting for a bus at ten stations in the West Midlands.
Herefordshire County Council is being urged to approve the launch of a new joint venture company to build a new Centre for Cyber Security.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has banned the NHS from buying fax machines and has ordered a complete phase-out by April 2020.
Almost £1.3 million has been awarded to councils to find solutions for how digital technology can improve services for the public.
The North of Tyne Combined Authority is seeking £12 million from the government to increase ultrafast broadband rollout.
City of York Council has stated that its One Planet York app was hacked by someone who found a way to access personal information.
MPs warn that the government is not acting with the urgency and forcefulness that the current cyber threat requires.
The government has made £1 million available to support programmes helping charities to improve their digital skills.
NHS Digital and the LGA have awarded funding to nine social care digitisation projects to create social care of the future.
EE has announced that London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester will be the first UK cities to get faster 5G mobile networks.
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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