techUK has published its manifesto where it urges politicians and policy-makers to recognise the critical significance of the global digital revolution. Here is our pick of its five most important recommendations. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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September 29, 2014
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techUK has published its manifesto where it urges politicians and policy-makers to recognise the critical significance of the global digital revolution. Here is our pick of its five most important recommendations.

5 things you need to know about the techUK manifesto
 
New Services

Vodafone UK has teamed up with the National Association of Local Councils and the Countryside Alliance to encourage more communities to apply to its Rural Open Sure Signal programme which will give 100 rural communities across the UK the opportunity to have 3G mobile coverage for the first time.

Vodafone wants rural communities to sign up to mobile coverage programme
 
New Product / Technology

The Government Digital Service has improved the GOV.UK search so that CMA’s cases are easier to find while the new links in the top section allow users to navigate through content by specialist area.

Competition and Markets Authority updates website
 

The National Archives is making 171 First World War diaries of the Indian Infantry units deployed to the Western Front available online to download via its First World War 100 portal and tag on Operation War Diary, the online crowdsourcing project.

New online files reveal experiences of Indian troops fighting in WWI
 
Policy

From October 1, all suppliers must be compliant with the new Cyber Essentials controls if bidding for government contracts which involve handling of sensitive and personal information and provision of certain technical products and services.

Government mandates new cyber security standard for suppliers
 
Insights

Data security and trust in cloud-based services are a rapidly growing concern for IT decision makers within large organisations, according to a new global study from BT.

Trust in cloud data security at an all-time low, says BT
 
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