Bob Little outlines the key issues in e-learning today and reports on the recent Learning Technologies event

To deliver effective print procurement how important is it to capture the essence of competition? asks The British Printing Federation

Cllr Richard Marbrow, executive member for Liverpool City Council’s Central Services reveals how technology is improving lives in the city

The public sector is successfully using ICT despite reports to the contrary, but more leadership and better risk management is needed if ‘government’ is to be ‘transformed’ says Alexandra Jones from The Work Foundation.

Government Technology investigates how an effort to tackle anti-social behaviour is improving lives and communities in Leicester City and Rutland.

Frederick Parr looks at the true cost of sophisticated identity fraud to the UK and, most importantly, looks at what can be done to prevent it

Network Enabled Capability, or NEC, has been the buzzword across the MOD for the last two years. What's driving the requirement? asks Steve Southern.

Is local government making good use of the money invested in transformation? asks Vicky Sargent of the Society of Information Technology Management

Top convention centres, high quality hotels, rural and town attractions are all on offer in the West Midlands says Tony Rogers, chief executive, British Association of Conference Destinations

Albeit a word that few people can pronounce first time, the world of ergonomics can do wonders for the workplace, says Vcky Ball, ergonomist, Human Applications