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Small- to medium-sized companies around London's Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch are failing to achieve their full potential as tech giants are snapping up the best talent, according to a recent report.
Cash from the Department of Health has been awarded to hospitals in England as part of an effort to help the NHS go paperless by 2018.
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt has defended the US internet giant's tax arrangements after claims that it has unethically dodged paying vast amounts of British tax.
The tech giant faced criticism from angry UK politicians during a hearing to why it only paid 1.5 percent corporation tax in 2011.
The U.K.'s data protection authority is joining a global audit of website privacy policies in order to build a better picture of how U.K.-based websites are complying with the law.
The roll-out of smart meters across the UK has been delayed over fears that the technology required won't be up to standard in time.
The UK government is looking at ways it could speed up the rollout of 4G services in the country by relaxing the red tape required to deploy the high-speed mobile broadband service.
The government has introduced its Cloud First policy that will require all Whitehall departments to prioritise public cloud services when buying IT.
According to the latest research, around one quarter of all U.K. small-medium sized enterprises do not have the resources to fend off cyberattacks or hackers.
Forrester’s Stephen Mann shares his observations on today's ITIL/Capita announcement.
Another bump for London's Tech City, the enterprise big data company is setting up shop at the Silicon Roundabout, likely much to the pleasure of the U.K. coalition government.
Sales through the UK government's CloudStore portal reached a new peak in March as take-up of cloud services continues to climb, albeit from a very small base.
Indian outsourcing giant is the latest member of Queen's University Belfast's Centre for Secure Information Technologies, and will collaborate on research looking at combating malware, among others.
The British Library and the UK's other legal deposit libraries have started archiving around 5 million websites in the .uk domain, but the past 20 years may well remain a digital black hole
Critical IT issues relating to the UK's universal credit system could leave benefit fraudsters better off. All part of the "digital by default" strategy, of course.