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July 14, 2014
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According to Councillor Roger Lawrence: “We have gone above and beyond what the Information Commissioner’s Office wanted us to do and hopefully that demonstrates how importantly the council takes the issue of data protection.”

Wolverhampton council staff get data protection training
New Services

Councillor David Stockdale said: “With the ever-increasing ownership of digital devices such as e-readers and smartphones, libraries have an important role to play in helping people to borrow digital titles”.

Huge increase in e-book loans at Newcastle Libraries

Shoothill GaugeMap takes the real-time data gathered by the Environment Agency river level monitoring stations and brings it to life in an accessible and user-friendly way via a website and Twitter accounts.

Shoothill provides EA's live river level data via Twitter

A new self-service portal developed by GOSS Interactive to help local authorities accelerate channel shift services will be launched July at the Socitm Building Perfect Council Websites 2014 event in Birmingham.

GOSS to expand public sector self-service solutions
New Product / Technology

The resource gives practical advice, including from leading clinicians, on how to put older patients first and use GMC guidance to handle their clinical, emotional and psychological needs.

GMC launch online tool to help doctors care for elderly
Conferences and Events

Run jointly by Broadband Genie and PC Advisor the awards, now in their sixth year, put mobile internet services beneath the microscope under rigorous real-world conditions.

Three crowned overall winner of Mobile Broadband Road Trip Awards
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