Verify and Transforming Compliance Enforcement Programme red-flagged by Infrastructure Projects Authority
Trump could stop JEDI cloud contract over competition concerns as bidding comes down Microsoft versus Amazon
William Yao could face up to ten years in prison if convicted - if he returns from China
MPs slam government's faltering digital strategy
Launch of G-Cloud 11 comes as over £4bn has been spent on IT procurement by public sector bodies via the service
The rollout will begin next month and provide over 100,000 NHS Wales staff with access to modern workplace tools.
Politicians will explore the true extent of the UK's e-waste problem and how a circular economy can be created for electronic goods.
Total spending on quantum technology by the government surpasses £1bn
The increase in applications comes as uncertainty around Brexit continues
Kelkoo believes that not enough is being done in Europe to tackle Google's unfair promotional practices
The government needs to take a long-term approach to protecting against the risk of cyber-attacks, says Public Accounts Committee chair.
The cyber warfare centres will be up-and-running in the early 2020s
US Department of Commerce will consider a further extension beyond the current 90 days
Ocado CTO Paul Clarke among the experts who will work with government to accelerate the adoption of AI in the UK
Sam Meymand, immigration lawyer at Fletcher Day, explains the new immigration system which will apply to tech entrepreneurs, amongst others
James Kitching, Solicitor - Corporate, Coffin Mew, discusses the growing controversy around the use of algorithms and AI affecting privacy
Chris Denning, head of international and corporate taxation, MHA MacIntyre Hudson, points to widespread confusion around the new tax, and questions its ability to catch the firms it apparently has in its sights
Councils are not taking full advantage of the data they collect
The regulation should make it easier to switch cloud providers or recover data from them
President Brad Smith explained Microsoft's controversial decision in an open letter
Like Google, Microsoft workers have concerns about how the Department of Defense will use technology
Councils have budgets of millions of pounds to secure skilled IT staff
The search giant says that the Pentagon's work does not comply with its new ethical commitments around artificial intelligence
Initial trials 'very successful' says platform architect Richard Mander, but mind the policy gap