As part of wider plans to save £1.3 million, Leicestershire County Council is set to roll out self-access technology in 15 libraries.
Tony Porter has announced a series of half day workshops on compliance with the surveillance camera code of practice for this Autumn.
One hundred SMEs have signed up for the chance to get a share of a predicted £3 billion of IT investment over the next four years.
A further £7.9 million is on offer to develop new ways to improve the rail network for passengers.
Six areas in the UK will soon be trying out broadband technology that provides data at speeds approaching one gigabit per second (gbps).
1.6 million patients will benefit from faster treatment and diagnosis thanks to a new five-year multi-million pound contract with BT.
Nottinghamshire County Council has been fined by the ICO for leaving vulnerable people’s personal information exposed online for five years.
The British Library is set to lead a project to establish the demand for and possible shape of a ‘single digital presence’ for UK public libraries.
A new survey has highlighted that the public sector is struggling to implement effective digital communications for its own use.
The majority of local authorities in the UK are not yet able to comply with the ‘right-to-be-forgotten’ stipulations of the GDPR.
Operations were cancelled after hospitals and GP practices run by NHS Lanarkshire were hit by a cyber attack.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has appointed former Camden Council cabinet member Theo Blackwell as London’s first ever chief digital officer.
The Department for Transport has announced £8.1 million of funding for wireless lorry technology trials on UK roads.
The UK is considering an ambitious model for the protection and exchange of personal data with the EU.
A new £5 million project will put Liverpool City Region’s DCI sector at the forefront of innovation in emerging digital technologies.
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