Cloud scalability helps UCAS manage the huge spike in load on A-Level results day and powers digital transformation with an API-led integration strategy
Richard Noble has been chasing land speed records for over 30 years. However, the Bloodhound Project now has a much bigger goal of inspiring students.
The announcement follows the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s commitment to invest £1.9 billion in cyber security over the next parliament.
"It’s been a way to remove all the 'mist' we used to have in the College – now we know what’s really going on."
The UK tech for good funder, Nominet Trust, is partnering with a number of local organisations to help improve digital skills amongst 15-24 year olds.
Job elimination is bubbling up as a worrying topic. The technology industry has a big part to play but to do so, it has to invest and reset. Here are some examples.
Unit4's analysts sessions at its Connect event were revealing of a company that is transitioning in its key markets but which needs to be more aggressive in its marketing.
The first fully social media native generation of kids is passing through school, but without assistance in learning the necessary online skills to keep them informed and safe. Would a digital tzar be the answer?
The UK’s higher education sector is now subject to market forces like never before. But could mobile, flexible and social learning provide the answer to helping universities succeed?
Declara CEO Ramona Pierson has an amazing survival story. But the most interesting chapter is how she's channeled those lessons into a push to re-invent education. We talked about the disconnect between education and digital careers, and how an AI-powered learning platform can help.
Circle the Schools offers $100,000 grants to improve IT education and tackle the STEM crisis.
Moving student records, donor management and now financials to the cloud is helping Camfed support a million girls in rural Africa through secondary school
University student information systems need innovative upgrades to meet the expectations of today's digital natives, writes Unit4's Jami Morshed