Google has been granted access to approximately 1.6 million NHS patient records so that its artificial intelligence company can develop an app-based healthcare warning system. read more ..
A vehicle telematics agreement designed to help the public sector improve fleet safety and efficiency has been launched by the Crown Commercial Service read more ..
IBM has announced a new framework for securely operating blockchain networks, as well as new services on the IBM Cloud that are designed to meet existing regulatory and security requirements. read more ..
The minister for the Cabinet Office, Matt Hancock, has hailed the potential to rethink how we use addresses and the creation of a new generation address system, as a key part of the government’s open data agenda.
In the past year 63% of the British public visited local authority websites, but few actually used online services, which suggests local authorities are missing a trick or two
The government has launched a new framework on the Digital Marketplace that will transform how businesses sell services to government.
Next year’s City of Culture has come bottom of a league table revealing average broadband speeds in 42 major UK cities and towns, according to price comparison and switching service uSwitch.com.
East Hampshire District Council has signed a deal with CRM specialist Optevia that will see the introduction of a new customer relationship management system (CRM).
Leeds and Bradford have become the UK’s newest Gigabit Cities – offering nearly 200km of pure fibre optic infrastructure now available for use by businesses and the public sector.
A new online debt management tool has been rolled out that it’s hoped will assist those struggling with debts to get on top of their situation.
Agilisys has released the findings of its first UK Contact Centre Quality Monitoring Survey, a study into how organisations approach quality monitoring and the tools and technologies they use to measure customer experience.
Better use of flexible and predictive data modelling is to be introduced at The Greater London Authority (GLA) via a new predictive data modelling platform that is currently under construction.
The Environment Agency’s digital team has developed I want to fish, a new online service that allows anglers to buy fishing licences simply and easily online.
The rise and rise of mobile tech usage in the UK shows no sign of abating as more Brits are using mobile devices to watch television and surf the net instead of televisions and PCs.
Intelligent technology is having a significant impact on the way customers interact with the public sector. In this article the experts at Agilisys offer an opinion on the shape of citizen interactions to come.
The Internet of Things (IoT). We know it’s going to be huge but how will it really impact on our everyday lives?
New research has revealed that the UK is one of the biggest targets for DDoS criminals, as the number of attacks continues to soar.
The European Commission has presented its blueprint for cloud-based services and data infrastructure that it hopes will ensure science, business and public services reap benefits of big data revolution.