UK police forces spent a total of £1,320,341 on cyber crime training courses in the last three years.
Only 46 per cent of district councils are providing a good or very good service for people seeking information about garden waste services.
Wirral Council has announced that it has saved £336,000 since it switched from Oracle support to Support Revolution three years ago.
Working with Swedish company VXFIBER, Stoke-on-Trent Council is to roll out a gigabit full fibre broadband infrastructure around the city.
The Nationwide GBVS will provide vouchers to help SMEs and residents with the costs of connecting to full fibre broadband.
Philip Hammond has announced the 13 areas to benefit from the first wave of funding from the government’s £190 million Local Full Fibre Network.
Essex County Council and Hertfordshire County Council are to work together to pilot new smart city services.
DCMS has announced the winners of a £25 million competition to pave the way for a future rollout of 5G technology in the UK.
Bristol has won the Smart City Award at the GSMA’s 2018 Global Mobile Awards in recognition for being a leading smart city of the future.
Greater Manchester has been chosen as part of the European Industrial Transition Pilot, which will support the city’s digital economy.
Oliver Dowden has announced that a new version of the G-Cloud procurement framework will open for bids in April.
Companies who produce smart devices will be expected to build-in tough new security measures to boost cyber security.
The National Association of Local Councils has urged the government to provide funding to help parish councils comply with the new GDPR.
Smart Cambridge has been awarded £3.2 million to develop autonomous shuttle service as part of its public transport network.
Preparations for the incoming EU GDPR is costing London councils over £1.2 million to implement.
The LGA has outlined guidance to help residents sort legitimate information from councils from ‘fake news’ which can be inaccurate and misleading.
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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.
Richard Whomes discusses the IT problems facing local governments and how tackling these could improve services
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