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NI electronic voter registration not in place for snap election

An electronic voter registration will not be in place in Northern Ireland for the snap general election on 8 June, despite legislation being passed in December to implement the systems.

Free tech tools aiding cyber crime, NCA warns

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned that young people are being helped into cyber crime by getting involved with free tools such as game-cheat websites or forums concerned with modifying games.

Councils warned over cloud service adoption

Local authorities are being warned to research before switching to the cloud, a study has found.

Report explores digital leadership in local government

LGiU says local councillors are not ‘digital dinosaurs’ as they investigate digital technology, governance and leadership in local authorities.

Survey reveals best and worst broadband providers

A Which? customer satisfaction survey has revealed that TalkTalk and BT are the worst broadband suppliers, with Sky and EE also scoring poorly.

 Features

Tapping into talent in the communications industry

Government Business looks at the new Communications Services framework in more detail

Social media - the present of public communications

Government Business looks at the importance of public sector communications and how best to implement a strategic digital approach

Can we make planning more transparent?

Future Cities Catapult’s Stefan Webb explains why developing technology is key to increasing transparency in the planning sector

Blast into the future of data centres

Data Centre World will discuss everything from power and energy efficiency to data centre routing and switching. GB previews the show

Will we ever see a paper-free public sector?

Bob Larrivee looks at the paper-free progress made by the public sector as organisations migrate to a more digital workplace