Government officials are concerned that the app's adoption rate could be as low as 10 per cent
The government wants to open up the British cloud services market to more suppliers to provide best value for public sector departments
NHS workers said they were unable to log into the new website
And there is 'no absolute right' for people to delete their personal data after the pandemic has passed
Emma Wright, Partner at technology and digital specialist law firm Kemp Little, discusses the various thorny issues around the NHSX contact tracing app, including its effectiveness, the privacy issues surrounding the technology, and possible discriminatory...
Message telling people that they may be infected links to a malicious website which asks for personal details
AI is different. Contractual mistakes now could have critical and expensive consequences, both in terms of human health and business viability
Unlike Germany, Switzerland and Estonia, the UK has opted for a server-managed system for tracking Covid-19 infections
The app will warn users who come in close contact with someone suspected of being infected with the virus
As authorities seek technological solutions to the pandemic, experts fear the consequences for civil liberties
Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronavirus, say campaigners
Boris Johnson called on 30 UK tech firms to volunteer their resources to help UK response to COVID-19
Bad news if your Windows XP migration programme is running behind schedule...
The government hopes the move will help reduce pressure on NHS GPs and pharmacists
More than 20 per cent of NHS Trusts have no plans to migrate away from Windows 7, support for which ends in January
Consultants unable to see patients as Sunrise-EPR patient records system goes down for a second time in recent months
Blockchain will render the City of London irrelevant, taking with it the personal and corporate taxes that effectively fund the NHS, warns Business 5.0 expert John Straw
AI lab will connect researchers with tech companies to solve medical and other challenges faced by the NHS
Will Smart discusses the refreshed NHS cyber strategy which will apply across the organisation, as ransomware refuses to disappear
NHS CIO Will Smart tells Computing that the organisation is in the midst of creating NHS-wide procurement frameworks for IT services
The rollout will begin next month and provide over 100,000 NHS Wales staff with access to modern workplace tools.
'It's a story of a story of collaboration and support rather than one of diktat' says head of BI Graham Beales
Department of Health to send letter to trusts ordering them not to sign 'naive' and 'unsophisticated' patient data deals