Vodafone and BAE Systems have teamed up to develop technology to protect businesses from cyber attacks.
Social enterprise accelerator for tech start-ups Bethnal Green Ventures has been named as one of the first recipients of the government’s Social Incubator Fund.
A new report has revealed that the UK is falling behind the US in cloud adoption. The report from Redwood Software revealed that 58 per cent of US businesses are already using the Cloud for private data storage, compared to just 35 per cent in the UK. For capacity management, 47 per cent of US businesses are using the cloud, compared to 24 per cent in the UK.
Governments around the world are requesting more information about internet users than ever before, according to statistics released by Google. In the second half of 2012, Google’s latest bi-annual transparency report revealed it received 21,389 requests from government offices for data from about 33,000 individuals’ activities across Google operated websites including YouTube.
The East Midlands Public Services Network (emPSN) is now live. The regional communications network has over 1,000 schools and over 400 Lincolnshire County Council sites connected and, in terms of geographical coverage, is the largest regional PSN to be procured in England. This has been developed based on an existing network used by the East Midlands Broadband Consortium.
PayPal has won a contract with the UK government to help build and run a secure online identity registration service for people accessing public services.