Southwark Council has announced plans to join a shared IT service with two other London local authorities.

The Crown Commercial Services (CCS) has launched a new framework aimed at giving public sector and government organisations access to managed print and digital services.

A report conducted by Reform has outlined that the increasing advances in technology, means that managers could develop ‘leaner and better performing’ workforces which would ultimately deliver better public services.

A town council in Devon has been held to ransom by hackers demanding £300 in return for public data.

The government's ability to protect the UK from cyber attacks is undermined by the ‘chaotic’ handling of personal data breaches, MPs say.

According to a report by The Register, high numbers of NHS staff accessing Google’s search engine meant that it blocked access to users, mistakenly thinking it as experiencing a cyber attack.

Police are investigating an incident at Aberdeen City Council, after its official website was attacked by hackers.

NHS Digital has signed a contract with Redcentric to provide peering exchange services, a technology that forms the core of the new HSCN.

A new app, Babee on Board, has launched in the UK, aimed at helping pregnant women acquire seats on public transport.

HMRC has announced it is introducing a new technology to its services that will recognise a customer’s voice when they call and reduce call times.

Barts Health Trust, England's largest NHS Trust, is investigating an alleged cyber attack.

New plans announced by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid includes a £60 tax reform to make it easier for companies to connect more homes and businesses across England to gold standard full fibre broadband.

A report from Better Connected, the annual survey of local authority website performance, has called on council library services to do more to make it easier for people to sign up and use their e-books, e-magazines and e-audio services.

Wales Office Minister Guto Bebb and Ofcom are to hold a summit bringing to find a solution to the poor mobile phone coverage in Wales.

More than £4m is to be invested on raising standards in science and technology in Welsh schools.

A new app developed by the University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust has been created to help patients in North Wales receive live information on waiting times at the nearby A&E departments and Minor Injuries Units.