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.
As part of new legislation to better regulate online activity, the government is considering a regulatory body to govern the internet.
The World Economic Forum has suggested that robots will displace 75 million jobs globally by 2022, but will in turn create 133 million new ones.
A new standard has been published to support the introduction of digital maternity records and promote consistency across the service.
The Isle of Wight NHS Trust has implemented a new smartphone based app to improve communications efficiency.
Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust has launched an ‘Axe the Fax’ campaign to remove 95 per cent of the machines by 1 January 2019.
Oxford Direct Services has announced that it is to start providing drone-based services to include building surveying and land mapping.
Five areas to trial the new NHS app from next month have been named, with more than £200 million pledged to support Global Digital Exemplars.
All 150 acute hospital trusts have made the move to sending and receiving all first outpatient appointments through the NHS e-RS.
The West Midlands has been selected to become the innovative home to the UK’s first multi-city 5G test bed.
£10 million will be spent on a digital planning service to improve the way that drivers plan their journeys and help them avoid roadworks.
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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