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HMRC has announced it is introducing a new technology to its services that will recognise a customer’s voice when they call and reduce call times.

Barts Health Trust, England's largest NHS Trust, is investigating an alleged cyber attack.

New plans announced by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid includes a £60 tax reform to make it easier for companies to connect more homes and businesses across England to gold standard full fibre broadband.

A report from Better Connected, the annual survey of local authority website performance, has called on council library services to do more to make it easier for people to sign up and use their e-books, e-magazines and e-audio services.

Wales Office Minister Guto Bebb and Ofcom are to hold a summit bringing to find a solution to the poor mobile phone coverage in Wales.

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Hiding behind the Great British Firewall

Following plans to create a British Firewall, Government Technology asks whether sharing cyber strength is a weakness waiting to be exploited?

Innovative move saves thousands in website costs

Government Technology explores how Tewkesbury Borough Council save large sums of money purchasing their council website

Managing threats in a digital world

Des Ward of Innopsis analyses the issue of security in local authorities and offers advice on the potential threats to council’s information sharing capability

2016 – the year of data

David Evans, director of Policy and Community at BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, talks to Government Technology about the meaning behind 'big data' and what it has in store for 2016.

How UK councils can create resilient digital ecosystem

Richard Godfrey discusses the success and savings of the newly launched Digital City Peterborough programme.