Information commissioner Elizabeth Denham issues update acknowledging changes made by social network but stressing ‘it is too early to say whether they are sufficient under the law’
An online button directing people facing a housing crisis to the most appropriate service for them has won backing from Shelter Scotland for further development.
The Ministry of Justice has published a set of nine principles it will stick to as it updates outdated hardware that is making work difficult for employees.
The GOV.UK Notify system is to start sending messages to people applying for student finance and UK visas as part of the government’s invite-only public beta testing.
Council IT chiefs tell Sooraj Shah that, although the Internet of Things has huge potential for local government, it’s still early days for the technology.
At the end of last year, the charity doteveryone launched its heatmap of digital exclusion across the UK to help communities take control of the situation. But where is the project now, and have councils paid attention? Rebecca Hill reports.
Shropshire Council is set to approve a new digital transformation strategy aimed at saving £36m over five years.
The Department of Health is to add metrics on digital transformation, integrated health and care and seven-day services to its My NHS website.
South Ayrshire Council is making good progress towards satisfying auditors that it is providing addressing significant weaknesses identified 18 months ago.
Citizen portals are too often designed for business not user needs and need to be redesigned, FutureGov co-director Carrie Bishop has said.
The Better Connected survey has found that although 80% of council sites are now purposed for mobile use, just 46% passed disabled accessibility tests carried out on mobiles.
Brian Matthews, Milton Keynes Council’s transport innovation lead, tells Gill Hitchcock how wireless trials and links to an Open University data hub will prevent parking meltdown.
UK local authorities have markedly improved their websites’ accessibility for those with disabilities in the past year, but overall user experience has fallen slightly, a survey has found.
London Borough of Hackney’s education service is launching a mobile app to overcome language barriers to learning for pre-school children.
London Borough of Hackney has awarded a £600,000 contract to provide it with a mobile working solution.
The proportion of people using a tablet to complete government processes online has risen sharply over the past year, according to a survey by communications watchdog Ofcom.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is looking to spend £215m on two digital transformation projects which will enable more mobile working via cloud services.
Social services in 10 councils have signed up to use a new tablet app designed to help vulnerable children.
The European Commission has accused Google of using its Android mobile operating system to abuse its dominant position.
Microsoft offers its vision for organisations navigating a cloud-first, mobile-first world.
Cambridgeshire County Council is looking to migrate its councillors to paperless working in a bid to save more than £100,000 in document production over five years.
Proposals to equip the majority of police officers in Cheshire with a tablet computer could prompt a renaissance in on-street policing, the force’s police and crime commissioner has said.