A majority of senior IT people in the public sector have seen an increase in the number of cyber security incidents over the past two years, according to a new survey.
NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) has begun work with BT on a digital solution to support its blood donor network.
The Green Party has this week published their Manifesto for the 2019 General Election and the Brexit Party doesn’t plan to do one, although in both cases we have at least been given a very rough indication of what to expect in terms of their internet connectivity and broadband policies.
Mobile operator O2 claims to be deploying the “fastest free stadium Wi-Fi in the UK” at the London Stadium, which forms part of a tie-up between their business division and networking giant Cisco. Unfortunately they haven’t provided any information on expected speeds or backhaul capacity to help backup their claims.
The Liberal Democrats have today joined other parties by publishing their manifesto for the 2019 General Election (12th December), which includes a number of broadband and mobile connectivity commitments and promises a “programme of installing hyper-fast, fibre-optic broadband across the UK” – with a focus on rural areas.
The West of England Combined Authority announced that Found, a Bristol-based tech start-up, will launch the UK’s first community-focused lost property app.