The Digital Single Market is a priority for the European Commission, but national interests are taking precedence over pan-European idealism at the cost of e-government progress.
Circle the Schools offers $100,000 grants to improve IT education and tackle the STEM crisis.
As HMRC continues its transition away from the Aspire outsourcing contract, one Agile development firm talks through the DevOps role in shaping a digital tax regime.
New software is supporting streamlined processes across NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) that put the individual patient and their needs at the heart of all supply chain operations.
Akanksha Sharma, enterprise lead at the GSA, spoke at Dreamforce how the organisation is re-platforming for a customer-focused future.
A US digital health expert brought in to assess the state of British healthcare digital competence says he found some worrying gaps.
Today, the U.S. federal government released its standards for autonomous vehicles. Autonomous vehicles just got a big push – here’s the breakdown.
Size matters when it comes to data centers and the cloud. Microsoft’s EVP Cloud and Enterprise sets out the firm’s stall against AWS and Google with some bold claims.
UK legislators debate the Fourth Industrial Revolution – tomorrow’s world today with a Brexit background
Against a backdrop of Brexit and the need for a new industrial policy for the UK, British legislators have had a welcome debate about the potential and the pitfalls of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative has set itself the ambitious goal of getting governments around the world to share information that could be used to solve the problem of world hunger. But despite excellent progress to date, there are still a good number of obstacles in its path.