Sadiq Khan has launched two major tech initiatives to boost the sector and help harness the capital’s tech talent to make life better for Londoners.
Enfield Council has chosen Sungard Availability Services to manage its hybrid IT infrastructure and increase efficiency by 30 per cent.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council is moving to Jadu Continuum CXM, a system that lets residents track their interactions with the council in real-time.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council has introduced a new child-size robot designed to help transform the way it delivers social care services.
Bristol has overtaken London as the UK’s ‘smartest city’, according to new data.
Vodafone, EE and Three are charging customers for the mobile phones they buy as part of a contract, even after the handset has been paid off.
Reforms to the UK’s Electronic Communications Code will seek to reduce the costs of communications infrastructure on private land.
Future Cities Catapult has revealed a new tool to help collate land, planning and housing data in one place.
The LGA says that councils needs more funding to ensure their computer systems, infrastructure and data are protected against cyber attacks.
1.7 million people who rely on telecare face disruption as UK telecoms providers shift from analogue to digital infrastructure.
CCS is taking control of the buying power of the public sector to reduce the cost to the public purse of purchasing mobile voice and data services.
Library members in Essex will soon be able to borrow BBC micro:bit computers free of charge.
A £25 million competition to support the next generation of digital infrastructure, including 5G and full fibre broadband, has been announced.
IADAS has named the new Birmingham City Council website as the Gold winner in the ‘Websites, Government & Civic’ category at the Lovies.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced new proposals to make the UK the safest place to be online in the world.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will launch the first pilot of wireless environmental sensors.
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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