New research has found that London is streets ahead of its global counterparts when it comes to capitalising on the potential of data to create a more ‘vital’ city that is economically and environmentally sustainable and offers residents easy access to employment, public services and leisure facilities.
A health trust that posted the private details of 6,574 members of staff on its website has been fined £185,000 by the ICO.
Matt Hancock, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, joined ministers from other countries at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) steering committee meeting to discuss their commitment to making governments more open, accountable, and responsive to citizens.
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.
The Internet of Things (IoT). We know it’s going to be huge but how will it really impact on our everyday lives?
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.
New research has revealed that a lack of trust in cloud technology is holding back its adoption.
Is cloud really being used by UK public sector to successfully deliver significant projects and support the digital transformation of public services? Can migration to cloud really reduce costs? A new video and case study detail how it’s being used by DVLA to do just that.