The opposition party in Australia this week had been putting pressure on the coalition government over its handling of digital projects in recent years.
One report suggests police officers are overwhelmingly supportive of body cameras, whilst another questions whether they actually help improve convictions.
In a new paper, the government has laid out two options for it's customs arrangement with the EU post-Brexit. One of which has never been tried before.
The Labor Party claims that the Coalition Government has doubled its digital spend to $10 billion, but is continuing to see failure after failure.
The online giant is a favourite of the UK government when it comes to cloud purchasing, but MPs are now calling for a boycott because of its tax affairs.
The Information Commissioner’s Office wants to assure businesses that only in extreme cases will businesses face fines of up to £17m or 4% of turnover.
Netflix’s share prices dived on the announcement that Disney will be taking a controlling stake in BAMTech to launch its own streaming service.
Martyn Atkinson will take up the newly created position from 4th September of this year and will join Metro Bank’s executive leadership team.
The government is considering how best to implement the EU’s Network and Information System’s directive, which aims to boost member states’ cyber defences.
The German sportswear brand is seeing a huge shift in demand for where its customers want to buy Adidas goods, with more moving online.
The new Data Protection Bill aims to give citizens more control over their data, as well as introduces stricter penalties for firms that don’t comply.
The global insurer is looking at processes where people can be removed from the equation and areas where it can get closer to the customer.
The Global Digital Exemplar programme will see leading Trusts provide IT services to Trusts that are less digitally advanced.