The NHS is collaborating with Amazon to provide reliable health information from the NHS website through voice-assisted technology.
The Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport has outlined how to deliver digital connectivity post Brexit.
Researchers have claimed that the NHS must take urgent steps to defend against cyber threats which could risk the safety of patients.
Thousands of small businesses have won the chance to bid to supply cloud computing services to government bodies.
The NCCE has announced the first 23 schools and colleges that will be leading Computing Hubs in their area.
All public sector health workers in Wales are to be given access to Microsoft programs, such as Outlook and Teams.
NHS England has urged technology firms to help the health service become a world leader in the use of AI and machine learning.
Simon Stevens announced that over 400,000 more patients will benefit this year from new tests, procedures and treatments as part of the Long Term Plan.
The government has launched a new marketplace for innovation, providing a smarter way for public sector customers to access the very latest technologies.
The IoC will work with BCS to develop a new industry relevant accreditation standard for digital skills courses across the UK.
Skype is helping older people get faster care, reduce avoidable ambulance call-outs and help people stay out of hospital.
New research has revealed that nearly a fifth of UK public sector organisations reported over 1,000 cyber attacks last year.
NHS Digital has revealed that NHS 111 online has been used more than one million times since its launch in December 2017.
Mobile UK has revealed that fewer than a third of local plans make reference to mobile connectivity.
Vodafone has become the first firm to confirm a UK switch-on date for its 5G service.
Plans to transform the way scientists access health data are being backed by £37 million of government investment.
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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