Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced a new national hub to tackle the emerging threat of online hate crime.
The head of GCHQ has warned that maintaining security against cyber attacks is now of equal importance to combatting terrorism.
£80 million will be made available to introduce smart ticketing across England and Wales by the end of 2018.
The Welsh government is looking to work with the mobile phone industry and the regulator to improve mobile service connectivity across the country.
The NCSC published a new report on 3 October to analyse the state of UK cyber security, marking one year of operations.
City of Wolverhampton Council has appointed automation specialist PowerON to maximise its use of Microsoft System Center.
The EU has produced a list of new guidelines urging social networks to be more proactive in both preventing and swiftly removing hate speech online
Over 400,000 ‘vulnerable’ people have been placed on a police database that lacks an information removal policy.
A digital transformation programme for two councils has helped result in millions of pounds in council tax being recouped.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has employed nine apprentices to help protect against cyber attacks in the nuclear decommissioning industry.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced plans for Britain’s first digital intercity railway in the north.
7,000 pupils, teachers and school staff will have access to ultrafast, full-fibre internet connectivity in Stirling.
Devon County Council has introduced a new way for users of British Sign Language to contact them via a Video Relay Service.
Two trusts are now processing all of their hospital referral appointments electronically via the NHS e-Referral Service.
Essex County Council is commissioning the next phase of work on its Superfast Essex programme.
A new report has revealed that 75 per cent of councils departments have fallen victim to a malware, virus or Trojan attack in the last 12 months.
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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