NHS Digital has revealed that NHS 111 online has been used more than one million times since its launch in December 2017.
Mobile UK has revealed that fewer than a third of local plans make reference to mobile connectivity.
Vodafone has become the first firm to confirm a UK switch-on date for its 5G service.
Plans to transform the way scientists access health data are being backed by £37 million of government investment.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced plans to upgrade every hospital, GP practice and community care service to full fibre connectivity.
Sajid Javid has announced that the new £1.38 million government funded social media hub will be fully operational at the end of May.
New research has suggested that councils should reconsider their communication strategy in order to cater for customers’ future digital demands.
Government plans have revealed that internet sites could be fined or blocked if they fail to tackle ‘online harms’, including terrorist propaganda.
Projects that support innovative uses of digital technology in the design and delivery of adult social care are set to share in new funding.
Businesses and consumers will benefit from increased security and protections built into digital devices and online services.
Britain’s largest police force has spent more than £200,000 on controversial facial recognition trials that resulted in no arrests.
Oxfordshire County Council’s Smart City initiative is developing plans for new technology to identify crumbling road surfaces more quickly.
The NHS App has started its public rollout following successful private testing with more than 3,000 patients across 30 GP practices.
New analysis of cloud adoption across councils, public bodies, universities and emergency services reveals slow progress and hurdles to climb.
The NCSC has announced plans to set up all-female classes in cyber-skills as part of an attempt to recruit a wider range of experts.
The NHS in Cumbria has been hit by more than 150 cyber attacks in the last five years, with 147 directed at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust.
Appian provides a low-code development platform that accelerates the creation of high-impact enterprise software applications – from idea to app in 8 weeks with a guarantee.
Edinburgh City Council has streamlined social care with the implementation of prepaid cards to supply funds for adult and children’s social care
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