All articles by GC Staff Writer

  1. DASA to participate in Security and Policing Home Office Event

    DASA will have two locations at the event, one within the Government Networking Zone and another within the Government Demonstration Zone.

    1 Mar
  2. Cifas urges firms to vet applicants, employees to tackle data breach

    Cifas said that companies may not realise that long-standing employees are one of the most overlooked root causes for data breaches.

    28 Feb
  3. Home Office plans natural language analysis platform to counter terrorism

    The move for an NLP analysis platform is part of Home Office efforts to use digital systems against the spread of online extremist propaganda.

    28 Feb
  4. Nine in 10 rail commuters face connectivity issues, says uSwitch research

    uSwitch has urged the telecoms industry to improve its infrastructure and connectivity nationwide, particularly along commuter belts.

    27 Feb
  5. Govt puts tech apprentice programme on hold for 2019

    Cabinet Office said that the Civil Service Fast Track Apprenticeship is being reviewed to make improvements to the scheme.

    27 Feb
  6. DWP seeks industry input on Intelligent Automation Resources

    DWP is keen on understanding which suppliers are offering services in developing robotic solutions using robotic processing automation, virtual assistants, machine learning, the services they offer and the costs.

    26 Feb
  7. Scottish digital graduates find it hard to get a job, says Be-IT survey

    Be-IT survey found that 32% of participating graduates had not secured a job in the industry or were not working in IT/computing at all, as they found it too hard to get a job.

    26 Feb
  8. GDS – Going Downhill Slowly?

    25 Feb
  9. Leeds University to equip PhD graduates with AI skills in healthcare

    The researchers will work with major national partners, including Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT), the NHS and industry.

    25 Feb
  10. DfE releases £300,000 funding for Future Digital Inclusion programme

    Funded by the DfE, the Future Digital Inclusion programme is delivered by national charity Good Things Foundation through the Online Centres Network.

    25 Feb
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