A new Which? survey has found that 59 per cent of households (16 million people) across England experienced some kind of problem with their home internet connection in the last year.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) has confirmed confidential personal information about 3,000 MPs' staff and their salaries has been mistakenly published online.
Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire CCGs have been awarded £272,000 to set up an online video technology service linking GPs with their elderly patients, in a bid to save £1 million.
Nursing staff at Weston General Hospital are switching to smartphone-based technology to replace the current paper-based systems.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published a paper on its market study into digital comparison tools (DCTs), exploring the tools’ increasing use in helping people decide what to buy.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said that encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp should not offer terrorists a place to hide.
The Welsh government has announced new proposals to make council webcasting of meetings compulsory.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has advised that the government can make substantial savings from buying common goods and services centrally, but that the results of the its latest attempt to do so have been ‘disappointing’.
The UK and US have announced new carry-on restrictions banning large electronic devices on certain passenger flight, with US media reporting that s
A new report has argued that councils must become more creative and collaborative in their use of technology in order to plan for future problems.
A survey by the ICO has revealed that a quarter of councils are yet to appoint a data protection officer.
The Lords Communications Committee has said that children learning internet safety is as important as learning to read and write.
A report, published in Health Technology, examining the deal between London’s Royal Free Hospital and DeepMind has raised concern that there are serious ‘inadequacies’ with the agreement.
Figures from the House of Commons library have shown that seven out of 10 of the council wards with the slowest download speeds are in Wales.
The National Surveillance Camera Strategy has called on councils to share information about how they are using surveillance camera systems.
Leicester City Council, has partnered with enterprise software provider TechnologyOne to modernise IT and transform business operations.
Innovative software makes energy monitoring a breeze
Thanks to an ambitious government estate strategy, public sector organisations are under serious pressure to deliver smart working initiatives to drive down overheads.
Government Business looks at the new Communications Services framework in more detail
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