The dog may still eat your homework - but you can’t claim it ate your software homework reminder, sadly...
Cisco spends $3.5 million per year on maintaining a dedicated disaster relief team. Here's why.
In the first of a short series exploring how different types of technology are used for social good, Cath Everett talks to start-up what3words about its award winning international relief tech.
NHS PHP, the internal confidential support service for National Health Service medics feeling the strain, says a move to an app-based approach has been key to recent national expansion.
Something must be done about the balance between security and freedom on social platforms. What mustn't be done is sending another politician out onto the airwaves to demonstrate their technological ignorance.
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?
Overwhelming amounts of data can turn into overwhelming misinformation, says Peter Coffee of Salesforce – especially if there’s a confirmation bias in play, where too many of the people asking questions are all expecting (or even hoping for) the same result.
The North East Child Poverty Commission has used visualization software to publish a series of maps on its website, showing where the most urgent cases of child poverty can be found in the region.
The San Francisco-based charity has brought order and efficiency to the process of recruiting volunteers and allocating shifts in its mission to deliver “meals with love”
Box's new arrangement with the Government Digital Service is an interesting development.
Take 3 US CEOS, one European politician and the man who came up with the World Wide Web and you've got the makings of a significant discussion on trust in a digital age.