Month: November 2019

Public sector focus: without a concrete GTM strategy, G-Cloud opportunity remains nebulous

As new statistics show, it’s not enough being on G-Cloud, you need to know how to make it work for you

Tokyo prepares for most technologically advanced Olympics in history

Games set to be a technological showcase as service providers brace for increased connectivity demands and an onslaught of cybersecurity attacks

Public sector focus: Manchester invests £14.3 million in tech innovation

NHS will trial shared data records and launch a data lab to look at re-use of anonymised data records

F-Secure rethinks AI, launching ‘inhuman’ project inspired by nature

Project Blackfin will leverage collective intelligence techniques such as swarm intelligence

UK focus: superconnected Nottinghamshire is open for business

Ask most people to point to Nottinghamshire on a map and they’ll probably scratch their heads. Others will mumble about Robin Hood but don’t know much about it beyond that. In fact the county ranges […]

Cyber security rises up the agenda for SMEs

A need for compliance plus an increasing threat profile means SME security is a great opportunity for B2B service providers

Arqiva Wins A+E Networks contract, sells masts and towers

Arqiva extends relationship with A+E Networks while making £2 billion from selling its masts and towers business to Cellnex

How would-be-king Corbyn’s plans affect B2B service providers

The UK Labour party puts full fibre at the heart of its strategy. But sees government not just driving the agenda, but controlling the rollout of digital infrastructure in the UK.