Openreach has pledged to introduce ‘ultrafast’ internet connections to three million premises by 2020.
The government will sign up to the Tech Talent Charter to help tackle the gender imbalance in the technology workforce.
The City of York Council has celebrated having the fastest broadband download speed in the country.
The government has delivered on its manifesto commitment to extend superfast broadband to 95 per cent of the UK by the end of 2017.
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the creation of a new Institute of Coding which will receive £20 million to tackle the UK’s digital skills gap.
Fewer than half of all businesses and charities are aware of GDPR legislation four months before it comes into force.
NHS Digital has entered a new deal with Microsoft that supports health organisations in protecting their IT infrastructure against cyber threats.
A major cyber attack on the UK is a case of ‘when, not if’, says the head of the National Cyber Security Centre.
A new survey has shown that only 24 per cent of the UK population trust social media channels when looking for news and information.
The board of directors of the Police ICT Company has appointed Ian Bell to the role of chief executive officer.
Britain and France’s leading tech sectors will be brought closer together with plans for a digital conference to promote deeper integration in the digital economy.
The Home Office has published findings from the ‘Costs of Cyber Crime Working Group’ that ran from 2014-2016 in a new report.
Council social care teams responsible for meeting Care Act requirements are falling short of best practice in their online provision, says a new report.
Representatives from the four main mobile network providers in Norfolk will attend a county council meeting to discuss how mobile coverage in the county could be improved.
The NHS has selected 138 entrepreneurs to design and deliver new technological solutions and innovations in healthcare.
Ben Wallace has said that internet companies should face a tax punishment for failing to deal with the threat of terrorism in the UK.
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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.
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