Go.On UK, a charity set up to promote digital skills, raises spectre of huge and on-going 'digital divide.'
The National Audit Office (NAO) executive leader of digital and innovation Sally Howes claims more skills are required for the UK government’s digital transformation.
UK digital skills charity Citizens Online has called upon the government to change the way it provides skills training and support for the 6.8m adults in the country not yet online.
The UK government has appointed Magnus Falk as deputy CTO to support CTO Liam Maxwell.
Time to switch specialisms? The average pay packet for big data professionals has reached £55,000 – 24% more than the average IT position, says SAS.
ITProPortal spoke to Justin Lyon, CEO of Simudyne ahead of his upcoming talk at the NextGen 2014 conference. Justin spoke about why the UK risks making itself irrelevant in the Twenty-first Century.
The UK government, along with industry, has backed a new set of qualifications aimed at supplying the demand for workers with skills required to perform in a digital job.
The UK government has launched its Do More Online campaign which includes a £2m investment for Local Enterprise Partnerships to help micro-businesses and sole traders increase their online presence.
According to an independent survey of UK entrepreneurs, so-called “digital poverty” was the main reasons why businesses fail.
All looking good - but Fiona Twycross AM, Chair of the London Assembly Economy Committee, says there are definitely issues that need to be addressed to maintain the capital's positive tech momentum.
Paul Hampton, Senior Director of Product Marketing at ECM specialist Alfresco, thinks collaboration could be the key.
Kevin Young, Vice President and General Manager, EMEA at e-skills leader Skillsoft, says the onus is on the employer to sort this out.
Hilary Stephenson, managing director at digital agency Sigma, discusses digital skills, connectivity, and accessibility, and the steps we need to be taking to ensure successful digital inclusion.
Most parents (60%) are either unaware or unsure of changes to the computing curriculum occurring this month, according to new research.
Kuato's director of learning and managing director, David Miller and Mark Horneff, explain how the UK can take full benefit of the technological job explosion.
Industry professionals share their thoughts and analysis of how the technology sector will be affected by last week's news from the Chancellor.