The government has published guidance to keep people and children safe online while working and learning from home during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced measures to keep disadvantaged pupils connected while learning from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The British Army will be deploying two experts to combat the spread of harmful, false and misleading information.
£2.6 million is being made available to fund a number of projects to develop hi-tech solutions to the challenges caused by the coronavirus response
Local authorities have been handed new powers to hold public meetings virtually by using video or telephone conferencing technology.
Research shows that 38 per cent of people have increased their use of NHS technology since the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
The IPPR is calling for an emergency 'Digital Access Fund' to provide tablets or other digital devices to households where children cannot get onli
The government has announced that specialist units are working at pace to combat false and misleading narratives about coronavirus.
People staying at home suffering with suspected coronavirus symptoms will get regular check-ins from a new NHS messaging service.
The government has launched a coronavirus information service on WhatsApp, to provide trustworthy information regarding the outbreak.
The extent of cyber security threats in the UK has not diminished, but the threat is actually found to have evolved and become more frequent.
Organisations are being urged to follow cyber security best practice guidance in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Ministers and mobile network operators are set to sign a £1 billion deal to make poor rural phone coverage a thing of the past.
Councils across the country are expecting to save £195 million this year by introducing artificial intelligence technology techniques.
At least 954 fax machines remain in use across local councils, police forces, universities and fire services.
The National Cyber Force, which will target hostile states and terror groups, is due to be launched later in the spring.
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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