The Cabinet Office’s Central Digital and Data Office has said that the standard will be piloted by several public sector organizations and be further developed.
The UK’s ambitions in AI keep butting up against political reality – or fantasy. This makes life for regulators unnecessarily complicated.
It was meant to be a debate about the UK seizing the digital future, but it turned out to be nursery school. Are you sitting comfortably? Probably not for long.
The latest EU eGovernment benchmark report shows that only parts of government fast-tracked their shift from offline to online - with businesses services benefiting the most.
COP26 - ServiceNow UK&I Chief says more regulation needed to penalize companies not doing enough on climate
Jordi Ferrer, ServiceNow’s UK & Ireland VP and General Manager, says that too many decisions are purely price-based, rather than taking into account broader value metrics.
The likes of Cisco, Microsoft, ServiceNow and Xerox debate how best to drive meaningful change, to reduce negative impacts on the environment, at COP26.
SAP research highlights challenges for firms wanting to go green.
What should CFOs be doing these days? Their plates are actually quite full, but change waits for no one. Here are the top five CFO priorities for those wanting to deliver great value to their shareholders.
Poor, poor us! Why is everyone painting a false picture of Facebook? Hmm...where to begin?
The UK’s data regulator - the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) - has said that government proposals could limit the ICO’s ability to hold the government to account.
Facebook vs Congress - smear the whistleblower's credibility, plead for more regulation and keep Zuck on a boat
Zuck's busy sailing while the whistles get blown in the US Congress. The playbook for fighting back looks familiar...
Data must flow in the digital economy, but the UN and Salesforce have issued separate warnings that there's a problem here...
The global digital economy needs data to flow freely across borders, but at a time of great need, G20 countries are leaning towards ever more restrictive data sovereignty regimes. Something's got to change...
US, EU tech policy is divided by more than the Atlantic. Can the new Trade and Technology Council realistically bridge the gap?
Can a new tech talking shop bridge the divide between the EU and US attitudes towards digital regulation? The views of US Secretary Raimondo and European Commissioner Breton are upbeat, but are they realistic?
Does Whitehall have the human intelligence, expertise, and skills to make the UK’s new National AI Strategy work?