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Communications regulator Ofcom faces multiple challenges in making the UK the ‘safest place in the world to be online’ This article is sponsored by:

According to MPs on the influential Public Accounts Committee Ofcom has a delicate balancing act ahead of it as it grapples with the practicalities of the Online Safety Act.

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Inadequate data and poor IT continue to hinder Britain’s cross-government working efforts This article is sponsored by:

For years now central government has had grand plans and argued the case for cross-government working to better deliver services. But it seems little progress has been made, as poor data and IT continue to be a thorn in the side of effective change.

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World leading art and design university - RCA - implements ServiceNow to improve staff and student experience This article is sponsored by:

Royal College of Art (RCA) takes a unique approach to postgraduate education, but it needed to overhaul its case management systems. Partnering with Bloomberg, it is rolling out ServiceNow to support its staff and students.

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Weapon of mass distraction - how much damage might AI have on democracy as 2024's election frenzy looms? This article is sponsored by:

During its Digital Ethics Summit, techUK – normally upbeat about every aspect of the technology – seemed deeply pessimistic about AI’s impact on elections worldwide. What are their concerns?


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