In a budget bearing remarkable similarities to that released a year ago by George Osborne, Hammond announces funding for 5G, driverless cars and robotics
Govt wants to ensure UK well-placed for digital future
Pillsbury Law experts provide breakdown on how law will affect your business
Ministry of Justice picks Automation Logic to bring DevOps to 80 IT services and "reduce hosting costs by 90 per cent"
"Automation Logic are collaborative, innovative and humble," says MoJ head of architecture
GDS head Kevin Cunnington: Government Transformation Strategy will 'be carried out at pace and scale'
Cunnington explains strategy for 'digitally enabled transformation of government'
Three-year plan from GDS aims to make better use of data, build re-usable business capabilities and to establish open standards
Total at risk still only accounts for about 2.5 per cent of all public sector jobs in the UK
Fallon calls for EU states to increase spending on defence and cyber security
Back to the 1960s? Theresa May's industrial strategy to focus on 'the white heat of technology'
"Weak systems" could cause issues, warns accounting software firm
Japanese-owned firm thinks it's all a fuss over nothing
"Trump stokes fear, hatred and violence," claims departing Oracle exec George Polisner
Key chunk of Investigatory Powers Act is illegal, declares European Court of Justice
Encouraging signs for SMEs in latest figures
GovWifi will allow users to login to Wi-Fi in government buildings automatically
With many tech bosses, including most in Silicon Valley, coming out against Trump during the campaign, most are now tempering their words, realising they're actually going to have to work with the president-elect
"Sheer volume and low quality of all the things" means bad service discoverability, says GDS
Will the change of power cause a domino effect with the new legislation? UKCloud CEO Simon Hansford offers his take
Kit Burden, partner and Global Co-Head of Technology Sector at DLA Piper, examines the impact of the chancellor's recent Autumn Statement
Peter Cochrane, ex-CTO of BT, thinks the government is barking up the wrong tree with 5G
Brenon Daly, research director, Financials at 451 Research, argues that foreign takeovers of US tech companies will be placed under greater scrutiny after Donald Trump takes the Oval Office
MogIA is now on a roll, having correctly predicted the results of the past four US elections
With the pound falling rapidly against the dollar, how does this affect UK firms consuming US-based cloud services? Take part in our poll to find out!
New figures seen by Computing show large number of telecommunications contracts will be up for grabs shortly, with a total value of £123m