Why burns surgeons, anaesthetists and other NHS medical specialists are teaching themselves a complex programming language more commonly used by statisticians and data miners
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust creates analytics-powered ‘command centre’
Patients will soon also get the same eal-time access to data, the NHS Trust promises.
Irish agricultural sector research organisation says engaging elearning content only way to change user behaviour
How users at the Irish Cattle Breeding Federation have stopped hating security training
Storage space need drops by 50% and may win back 25% budget from reduced data storage costs, institution reports
Built around the Cisco Kinetic for Cities platform, new software claims to lay the groundwork for both cost-saving and quality of life improving systems inside 12 months
Dutch-Belgian shipping hub North Sea Port says cloud integration also key to success
PHE is using Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud technologies to support modern digital public health services in the UK.
Software to help more accurately and quickly mark work has won back three weeks’ teacher time per year
Object storage tech is preserving digital assets for future generations.
Devon school says a blended approach of classroom support and Machine Learning insight has improved performance at the Key Stage 3 level.
Durham University wanted to provide a truly mobile IT campus experience – independent of users’ device choice – and ensure that experience would be user-centric and follow them anywhere.
How Bracknell Forest Council improved its website accessibility to deliver public services for all citizens
Authority says it’s improved the accessibility of its website as part of a drive to deliver equal access for all visitors
A new approach to resident communication in the past five years has meant shrinking its old physical contact centre capability has provided opportunity - not issues