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Online Safety Bill - proposed Ministerial influence over regulator could lead to ‘deals done in corridors’ This article is sponsored by:

The Online Safety Bill is the British Government’s attempt at using legislation to make the UK the ‘safest place in the world to be online’. But concerns are being raised about Ministerial reach.

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Technology is part of the answer to NHS woes, but we must resist viewing it as a silver bullet This article is sponsored by:

NHS waiting times are at record levels and industrial action is putting the system under further pressure. Whilst technology is part of the solution, we must resist the temptation to view it as the only answer.

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Three year research project explores possibilities to tackle the digital divide in Kent This article is sponsored by:

Aided by LatCo Cantium Business Solutions, the project saw how the use of tablets, Alexa and internet-enabled services could help tackle the digital divide in the ‘Garden of England’, Kent

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Davos FinTech - we lost trillions on crypto, but don’t worry it was unregulated! says WEF This article is sponsored by:

CONFERENCE SKETCH - a Davos panel on financial innovation finds an industry talking up ‘the poor’ while bickering about disaster.

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Let's not get ahead of ourselves! Balancing the bleeding edge with practical adoption remains a huge enterprise tech challenge This article is sponsored by:

AI, ChatGPT, the Metaverse - the future's bright...but is the enterprise tech buy side ready to adopt?

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British Government complacent about growth opportunity of creative industries and is ignoring digital impact This article is sponsored by:

Global exports of creative services exceeded $1 trillion in 2020. And yet the British Government seems worryingly quiet about fostering creative sectors in the UK. Not only this, but it seems ignorant to the changes occurring at the intersection of creative fields and digital technologies…

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Guide Dogs leads with data and flexible working This article is sponsored by:

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association CIO describes how the right approach to flexible working has helped the UK charity respond to the pandemic and the Vaccine Economy

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UK AI strategy - what did it achieve in its first full year? This article is sponsored by:

As 2023 brings fresh challenges, what achievements has the UK Government’s National Strategy for AI delivered to date?

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UCL - London’s ‘Global University’ - improves employee experience with user-led design and low-code This article is sponsored by:

Zensar subsidiary Foolproof helps end user frustration with a previously overly complex HR application access at UCL

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Francis Crick Institute builds its own ‘Trusted Research Environment’ toolkit with Snowflake This article is sponsored by:

Europe’s largest biomedical research center, Francis Crick Institute, says use of Snowflake can turn a two-year build into 30 minutes

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Social Security Scotland delivers ambitious tech program in just 22 months This article is sponsored by:

Launching a new public sector body and its technology services in under two years is possible; just ask Social Security Scotland.

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Using cloud tools and donated technology to aid people experiencing homelessness over Christmas This article is sponsored by:

The UK’s largest homeless charity aims to mount an even bigger Crisis at Christmas than ever, thanks to use of free provision of Office 365, Teams, secure endpoints, and refurbished devices

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Big Tech - does the UK really need a dedicated Digital Markets Unit? This article is sponsored by:

A high-level debate on digital market regulation considers if the suggested solution of a Digital Markets Unit to tackle ‘Big Tech’ is the right one

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