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September 5, 2013

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A new report commissioned by O2 has revealed that the skills gap currently taking place in the digital marketing industry could end up costing the UK up to £2bn a year.

Britain will need 750,000 skilled digital workers by 2017: report
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Camden Council is reportedly the first local authority to offer computer programming clubs at its 41 primary schools.

Camden Council to provide coding clubs at primary schools

Some NHS hospitals are already using this technology, such as the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham where patients can use an online portal to update their own records.

Jeremy Hunt announces controversial push towards NHS database

The government has signed contracts with the Post Office, Verizon, Experian, Digidentity and Mydex for the supply of the first live identity assurance services to drive secure online government transactions.

Government signs first identity assurance contracts for online transactions

According to the report, the government could save as much as £70 billion by 2020 if it adopted plans to eliminate paper and digitise its activities, work smarter with fewer staff in Whitehall, shop around for the best procurement deals, and accelerate the use of data and analytics.

Govt can save £70bn by digitising all activities, says Policy Exchange report
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This weekend saw telecom giant BT shut down its dial-up internet access, as more and more people seek out faster ways of getting online via broadband connections.

UK demands faster internet access as BT bids adieu to dial-up service
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