Facing budget challenges, the West Midlands city’s turning to intense use of data to help both staff and residents. We speak to digital chief, Andy Hoare.
Donald Trump wants to build a physical wall across the U.S. border with Mexico. Congress doesn’t want to spend the money. Will the President shut down the government to get what he wants or go for a SMART Wall? Place your bets.
Why has a 179-year old charity decided to switch outsource partners and commit to cloud and service management?
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.
Start-up Parcelly explains how environmental goals have been embedded into its ‘click-and-collect’ parcel delivery-based business model from the outset.
We have one of the highest levels of online business here in the UK, but we are now among the slowest when it comes to broadband infrastructure.
Huddle shareholders get $100 apiece after private equity firm Turn/River makes an estimated $89 million buyout of UK-founded cloud collaboration startup
FutureGov founder and MD, Dominic Campbell, argues that SMEs have just as much, if not more, to offer the public sector than large corporates.
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.
A proposed Franco-German tax pact is aimed at making Europe more competitive. We can’t see how this works, in anyone’s wildest dreams.
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.
Microsoft has a five-year plan to deliver broadband internet access to rural America by deploying the internet over unused TV spectrum. Broadcasters are screaming foul.
The Global Digital Exemplar programme will see leading Trusts provide IT services to Trusts that are less digitally advanced.