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  • August 22, 2019 22 Aug'19

    NHSX aims for mental health services transformation

    Digital unit of the NHS has started a discovery process focused on children and young people

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  • August 22, 2019 22 Aug'19

    5G testbed brings Li-Fi broadband to Orkney

    A number of homes on the remote island of Graemsay in the Orkneys are testing so-called Li-Fi technology as a broadband delivery mechanism

  • August 22, 2019 22 Aug'19

    Girls now account for more than 20% of computing GCSE entries

    This year has seen an increase in female students choosing computing at both A-Level and GCSE - and they are outperforming boys

  • August 22, 2019 22 Aug'19

    Tech firms join forces to boost cloud security

    Top tech firms are to collaborate on open source technologies, tools, frameworks and standards that accelerate the adoption of confidential computing to boost security in cloud and edge computing

  • August 22, 2019 22 Aug'19

    Almost 40% of UK tech talent resides in London bubble

    Despite cities around the UK being home to a multitude of tech talent, the London bubble still prevails, with a majority of those with digital skills collecting in the capital

  • August 22, 2019 22 Aug'19

    Cyber attackers exploiting poor cloud security

    More than a third of organisations report a cyber attack on the cloud environment due to a lack of basic cloud security hygiene