New research has suggested that councils should reconsider their communication strategy in order to cater for customers’ future digital demands.
Government plans have revealed that internet sites could be fined or blocked if they fail to tackle ‘online harms’, including terrorist propaganda.
Projects that support innovative uses of digital technology in the design and delivery of adult social care are set to share in new funding.
Businesses and consumers will benefit from increased security and protections built into digital devices and online services.
Britain’s largest police force has spent more than £200,000 on controversial facial recognition trials that resulted in no arrests.
Oxfordshire County Council’s Smart City initiative is developing plans for new technology to identify crumbling road surfaces more quickly.
The NHS App has started its public rollout following successful private testing with more than 3,000 patients across 30 GP practices.
New analysis of cloud adoption across councils, public bodies, universities and emergency services reveals slow progress and hurdles to climb.
The NCSC has announced plans to set up all-female classes in cyber-skills as part of an attempt to recruit a wider range of experts.
The NHS in Cumbria has been hit by more than 150 cyber attacks in the last five years, with 147 directed at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust.
A new report has highlighted how children are increasingly choosing to spend hours indoors and on screens instead of playing outside.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced plans to replace frustrating IT systems in GP practices with modern technology.
Transport Minister Jesse Norman has announced a pioneering new cyber security standard to develop self-driving car technology.
The NHS e-Referral Service has hit 100 million bookings since it was launched in 2005 as the NHS Choose and Book Service.
The closing date for applications for the Better Broadband Scheme has now been extended until 31 December 2019.
More than a quarter of UK homes do not have fast enough broadband to cope with a typical family’s internet needs.
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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