This site requires Javascript to function correctly
UKAuthority.com requires the use of cookies. Continued use of this site indicates that you accept this policy. More information.

Cookies and your privacy

In accordance with the ICO's EU e-Privacy Directive and to help protect your privacy we are making you aware of the use of cookies on this site.

We use these to aid in improving and maintaining our website. Cookies are used for functionality and to track visitor behaviour on this site, primarily for Google Analytics.

Google Inc are members of the US Safe Harbor Scheme. This scheme allows the transfer of data from within the EEA to countries that are outside of the EEA without having to enter into a specific data transfer agreement. Companies that sign up to the scheme are deemed to provide adequate protection for personal data transmitted from Europe.

More information on the cookies set by Google Analytics.

This site also makes use of other essential Anonymous cookies, and the site won't work as expected without them. If you don't accept these anonymous cookies some features of the site may be unavailable.

UKAuthority.com's full privacy statement.

UKAuthority.com

Digital public sector news, research & engagement

Elsewhere on the Web:

£55m secured for Leeds city region growth

27 Jul 2015 LocalGov News www.localgov.co.uk

Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee launches big data inquiry

24 Jul 2015 ComputerWeekly editor@www.com (ComputerWeekly.com)

The Science and Technology Committee is to launch an inquiry into big data to discover whether the government is doing enough to promote its benefits to businesses

UK embraces legal online media services, but piracy remains a problem

24 Jul 2015 V3.co.uk Dave Neal

Government study finds persistent piracy despite rise in use of paid-for media content

Smartwatches littered with security flaws, warns HP

24 Jul 2015 V3.co.uk Jason Murdock

New devices lack sufficient security features

Met set to outsource three key back-office services to SSCL

23 Jul 2015 governmentcomputing.com GCN News

Decision to outsource finance, procurement and HR to Sopra Steria-Cabinet Office joint venture set to be runner-stamped at 29th July meeting

The NHS needs a transformation fund

23 Jul 2015 Health Service Journal hsj.co.uk

We need a new, comprehensive approach to supporting and implementing change

GCHQ launches student training schemes to uncover next generation of cyber experts

23 Jul 2015 V3.co.uk Jason Murdock

Agency has announced two placement schemes for university students starting next year

APMG opens door to military-grade cyber security assessments

23 Jul 2015 ComputerWeekly editor@www.com (ComputerWeekly.com)

Developed for the MoD, the CDCAT tool enables any business to assess and manage its cyber defence capabilities using continually updated multiple cyber security controls and inputs

Microsoft previews Exchange Server 2016, brings cloud improvements to on-premise

23 Jul 2015 V3.co.uk Daniel Robinson

Migration and data protection updates coming in next version of Microsoft's mail server

Thurrock Council and Serco call end to relationship

22 Jul 2015 governmentcomputing.com GCN News

15-year "strategic services partnership" falls victim to changed financial environment for local government

£75m spent on IT for NHS reforms

22 Jul 2015 governmentcomputing.com GCN News

Jeremy Hunt statement on NHS modernisation also reveals £323m costs of setting up CCGs and £395m on closing bodies such as PCTs

MoD to unveil new ICT strategy this year

21 Jul 2015 governmentcomputing.com GCN News

New approach, driven by assured, common ICT services and infrastructure, will support ministry's work at back office and operational level

ViaSat UK wins £3.8m contract for military vehicle encryption

21 Jul 2015 ComputerWeekly editor@www.com (ComputerWeekly.com)

ViaSat UK is to provide an encryption system for British Army armoured vehicles to ensure sensitive mission and intelligence stored on and gathered by Scout SVs will never be put at risk