The UK government’s National Technical Authority for Information Assurance (CESG) has updated its BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) guidance.

The Digital Catapult Centre, a government-backed national centre with the goal to “rapidly advance” the UK’s best digital ideas, is to open its doors on November 5.

A Newcastle-based scheme to connect businesses to superfast broadband has had its first multi-tenanted commercial property sign up, it has been announced.

Campaign group Coadec calls for next government to strengthen and expand GDS, G-Cloud and the UK’s data regulator to help facilitate digital innovation

The UK government has appointed Magnus Falk as deputy CTO to support CTO Liam Maxwell.

The Technology Strategy Board, has announced a further £1.6 million investment in the HyperCat standard, which enables everyday objects to communicate with one another

The US government has put together a team of IT experts, which it hopes could bring an end to tech disasters like last year's HeathCare.gov launch.

The UK tech sector is growing faster than any other point since the financial crisis began in 2007.

The government’s rollout of superfast broadband has now reached more than 1 million homes and businesses across the UK.

Britain's digital skills are in short supply, according to a new report, and if nothing is done our economy could suffer.

The government is ploughing £18 million into the nascent Tech Partnership, a digital skills and training organisation created by the IT industry. The funding is also being supplemented by a further £11.5 million in private investment.

The government has said that it will work to be more transparent when outsourcing IT services, and that information on the performance, costs and revenues of suppliers will be more easily accessible.

A new study says that the gender gap in the UK’s It industry is increasing, with women making up just 16 per cent of the IT workforce.

The government has said that the intelligence service GCHQ is allowed by law to intercept use of Google, Facebook and email by British citizens without the need for special warrants.

The chancellor, George Osborne, appeared in Westminster this morning alongside minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, and chief operating officer, Stephen Kelly, to announce £200m of savings made using technology over the past year.

The UK could save £24bn every year if the public sector adopted new technology to a similar extent as the private sector does, according to new research from an independent think tank.

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