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October 28, 2013

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A new report titled ‘Local Digital Today’ from UKAuthority showed that 40% of councils still haven’t saved money from using digital tools and technologies despite potential efficiencies of up to £12 million each.

Local Digital Today report shows 40% of councils haven’t saved money from using digital tools
New Services

Learners were also shown the best ways to stay safe online as many of them had expressed concerns about online fraud.

Plymouth residents learn how to use the internet and shop online for the best deals
Conferences and Events

The conference will allow government officials to engage in a debate with leading experts and get a better understanding of how innovative and disruptive technology is transforming public services.

Intellect to host 'Digital Tech Transforming Public Services’ conference

Digital leadership, the role of ‘traditional’ IT in delivering public services and an increasingly digital public service infrastructure, will come under the spotlight at this year’s annual conference of the Society of IT Management.

Digital leadership and delivery to feature at Socitm 2013

Both public and private sector organisations are at risk of security breaches. To help address some of these issues, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, Information Security Specialist Group (ISSG) is holding a seminar to examine Protective Monitoring and Security Information & Event Management (SIEM).

BCS event to help public sector deal with cyber attacks

Superfast broadband is now available to almost three quarters of UK homes, and the number of people using the technology has more than doubled in the last year, Ofcom has revealed.

Superfast broadband available to three-in-four homes: Ofcom
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