It has been a year since the launch of G-Cloud programme under which the CloudStore was set up.
HMRC will be offering a week-long Twitter Q&A session to help SMEs with tax advice, starting Feb 25th.
Lambeth Council will soon be launching http://lambeth.coop, which will replace its current website, using the Drupal Commons module.
An online tool allowing citizens to report concerns and give information regarding items such as alcohol, tobacco and knives being sold to children has been created.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, seeing a rise in online child abuse, has announced a new app in partnership with Microsoft.
A smartphone app for Apple and Android devices lets patients submit feedback that is dealt with by hospital staff in real-time.
City of Edinburgh Council has launched a website and free app for iPhone and Android called Edinburgh Outdoors.
The Innovation in Giving Fund will be giving grants to five programmes, two of them being technology related: Tyze and Apps for Good.
A survey of over 1,000 public sector workers has revealed that 78 % of people do not know about the government’s agenda to improve public services by opening access to public sector data.
Dave Penman has said that his members are keen to embrace digital by default – however, they are frustrated by the pace of change.
Stephen Kelly talks about the speed at which digital change is taking place across the government.
Diane Downey, acting head of ICT at Sunderland City Council, writes about how Sunderland is working towards becoming one of the world’s most IT intelligent cities.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has published the UK Broadband Impact Study
West Midlands Police has said that the 24-hour Tweetathon held by it at the beginning of the month has been a success