A Digital Ambassador and superfast broadband for all, but higher corporation tax and a clamp down on the 'gig economy' - digital commitments from Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party.
Uber headed up a discussion on how governments and regulators sometimes struggle to keep up with the pace of innovation
The UK's headed towards £1.945 trillion national debt pre-Brexit, but the British finance minister and his team are spending billions to beef up the country's digital infrastructure and attract outside tech investment.
Circle the Schools offers $100,000 grants to improve IT education and tackle the STEM crisis.
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.
Do we need Brexit to break up BT? CEO boasts EU law means UK regulator couldn't enforce Openreach separation
Last week BT hailed Ofcom's decision not to break up its relationship with Openreach and talked about increasing its independence. Over the weekend, BT CEO Gavin Patterson began the utterly predictable process of ensuring that what's been 'agreed' is far from a done deal.
Acumatica is the latest example of a company to use open training to fuel adoption, via Acumatica Open University. Here's my review of their partner marketing university and why training beats advertising.
Getting ahead of the curve is paying back for Accenture as digital accounts for a fifth of overall business at the firm.
While it’s pitched as a good poster child story for the G-Cloud initiative, there are one or two questions left hanging uneasily in the wake of the UK foreign ministry's decision to award a £6.3 million contract to Capgemini.