As one of the biggest trade shows of the calendar, IFA packs a lot into a tight schedule. This guide is here to help you navigate the hectic schedule of the IFA week.
The East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) NHS Trust has lost a data cartridge containing 42,000 electronic copies of scanned handwritten Patient Report Forms.
Cupertino could hardly stay silent on this matter for long, and has now said it’s investigating the incident, with other details also emerging.
Data from Six Degrees Group gathered at Civil Service Live illustrates how little is known about the G-Cloud service in the civil service and the lack of awareness of its advantages.
Bristol City Council has spent £1.5m via the G-Cloud procurement framework on cloud migration services for its IT infrastructure, signing a contract with IT services provider Eduserv.
Socitm, the representative body for people in public sector IT, has proposed a “Local Government Digital Service” as an alternative to a LOCALGOV.UK site.
It may have been something of an unknown quantity for years now. Just why was a particular app denied entry to the App Store? Now Apple has finally laid its cards on the table.
The BBC is looking to create a new generation of code monkeys with a programming push in schools throughout England. The push includes plans for several programming-themed TV shows.
Cloud storage continues to increase in popularity, and as more and more demands are made of the various services that are available, users have criticised OneDrive for its 2GB sync limit.
It has revealed a range of sensors, an LED light bulb and a power solution that are all able to be controlled by a dedicated iPhone or iPad app.
A video taken by a drone shows the construction site in all its vastness and it is already beginning to resemble the widely distributed artist impressions of the location.