Facebook is using machine learning to assess posts that may signal support for ISIS or al-Qaeda.
New NHS guidance will help doctors, nurses and other health staff use instant messaging safely to co-ordinate patients’ care during emergencies.
The Midlands Engine Partnership will use £1.5 million to pioneer cutting-edge technology across the Midlands.
A new survey has highlighted a dramatic rise in the number of organisations planning to migrate core IT infrastructure to the cloud.
5G mobile data will be so reliable and fast most homes will no longer need a separate home broadband connection.
A new generation of bus projects across the UK are helping to drive people out of their cars and onto public transport.
Glasgow City Council has marked the construction of Europe's first ever 'smart canal' scheme, using technology to mitigate flood risk.
£200 million will be allocated to fund full fibre broadband connections in hard to reach areas across the UK.
The Neverware's CloudReady operating system will allow schools to revitalise their old hardware and save money.
80 per cent English councils are now using public cloud services to some extent, although stumbling blocks are still preventing optimum use.
The National Cyber Security Centre has warned that a life-threatening incident will almost inevitably strike the UK.
The Welsh Government has begun its Rural Education Plan by connecting rural schools with other classrooms via video technology.
A new technology innovation centre will open at Great Ormond Street Hospital to transform the use of technology in healthcare.
The Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 framework agreement has opened for business, with 94 per cent of suppliers SMEs.
A new white paper has argued that locking SMEs out of public sector contracts is detrimental to the progress of digitisation.
Councils seeking to transform their public services through digital innovation can now apply to a new £7.5 million fund.
Innovative software makes energy monitoring a breeze
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.
David Trossell explores why smart cities require WAN data acceleration and how it can prevent smart cities from being held back by latency
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