TechUK has just published “Securing our Digital Future” - a manifesto for ensuring technology drives the UK economy forward.
Yesterday Newcastle launched Go Digital Newcastle, an economy boosting plan intended to turn the city into one of the UK’s first super-connected metropolises.
As people increasingly use the internet to shop and bank, it’s no surprise there is a growing appetite for online Council services too.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) opened a new digital delivery facility in Newcastle earlier this week.
Shopping centres are moving to become more “experiential” after a report that investigated the digital future of retail.
November 5th 2014 will see the launch of the Digital Catapult Centre, a hub intended to increase and advance digital ideas in the UK.
The UK Border Force has had a request to have its “Report an Immigration or Smuggling Crime” project to be branded as “live digital by default” rejected.
A recent Holyrood Public Audit Committee hearing has heard that there is “significant” risk to the Scottish Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Futures programme.
The UK government risks alienating the population if it takes a “digital only” approach rather than a “digital first” approach.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has claimed that although it doesn’t have to be part of the formal digital by default assessment process, it has opted to do so anyway.
Ricoh claims many older employees in the UK and Ireland expect workplace tensions to increase with the arrival of a new generation of workers into their companies - an unprecedented 'fourth generation.'
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has revealed it is already working on the third iteration of the Digital Services Framework (DS3) even though DS2 has yet to go live.
Research company TechUK has released a report that claims that progression towards a paperless NHS needs to speed up if it is to be achieved by 2018.
Software and IT services supplier Advanced Business Solutions is set to launch a new information hub that will aim to provide a single resource for all areas of local government technology.
The annual transaction value of online, mobile and contactless payments may reach $4.7 trillion (£2.7 trillion) by 2019, claims new research.
Just 4.2% of senior public sector staff view their CIO and CTO as the drivers of change within their organisation, according to new research.
Retailer Argos has partnered up with digital skills charity Go ON UK to bring 10,000 free tablets and broadband workshops to the UK.
Ahead of George Osborne delivering the Autumn Statement on Wednesday (3rd December), Paul Bradbury, group business development director at Civica takes a looks at how some of the likely outcomes will affect local authorities.