Social media companies’ failure to tackle cyber bullying is putting the mental health of children and young people at risk.
The new 4G Emergency Services Network (ESN) system has achieved its first successful demonstration over a live public mobile network.
Birmingham City Council has chosen Jadu’s Continuum CXM platform to deliver a new digital platform for its residents and businesses.
A number of technology leaders have warned that those designing AI systems need to do more to mitigate possible misuses of their technology.
Residents in Ealing can now use a new app to quickly and easily access all manner of information about recycling in the borough.
The government's Cyber Aware campaign has highlighted how the majority of Britons are sending personal data via online messaging.
A new report has found that over 25 per cent of UK councils have had their computer systems breached in the past five years.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport says that church spires will be used to boost digital connectivity in rural areas.
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust has begun using mobile electronic devices to record patient observations.
Norwich City Council has signed a five year deal with Advanced to kick-start the digital transformation of its financial and HR operations.
The Home Office and ASI Data Science have announced the development of new technology to automatically detect terrorist content online.
Theresa May has announced plans to review laws and make sure that what is illegal offline is illegal online as she marks Safer Internet Day.
The Department of Health has said all 200 trusts tested have failed to meet the standard required for cyber security.
New research has suggested that young people in care benefit from the support gained via social media networks.
The NSPCC has criticised the government for failing to implement half of its recommendations to make young people safer online.
Council parking services should improve their provision of online information and services, offering a particularly poor service for drivers with disabilities.
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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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