How easy is your website to use on a mobile device?

The Better Connected Mobile survey will be published towards the end of April. In all probability half of the users that visit a council site are using a phone or a tablet. Jon Maskrey and Ryan Bromley of Zengenti offer a few tips on how to design a mobile friendly site....Read more

Mary O'Brien, VP of Development, IBM Security talks to Joe Tibbetts about QUAD 9 and the moral and commercial imperative for collaboration

QUAD 9, the result of a collaboration between IBM, Packet Clearing House & the Global Cyber Alliance, is free, easy to get and doesn’t reap your data for commercial gain....Read more

Stu Higgins - CISCO head of smart cities and IoT UK public sector - talking to Joe Tibbetts

We are at a tipping point. The revolution in public service delivery long promised by champions of IoT is gearing up. ...Read more

Climate-KIC "Climathon" rallies international movement to tackle climate change

EU’s largest public private partnership addressing climate change pulls-in representatives from 100+ cities for world’s largest climate action hackathon...Read more

Paul Maltby, chief digital officer at Department of Communities and Local Government talks to Joe Tibbetts at Socitm2017

A new role, common platforms, critical data, machine learning and Ai, public understanding, connecting communities and professions...Read more

Norway proposes "Tesla tax" on heavy electric cars

A controversial tax proposal has been put before the Norwegian Parliament by the minority government that would impose a tax on electric cars over two tonnes....Read more

£10m investment for HS2 facility

Sheffield City Region will receive £10m to improve transport infrastructure

Liverpool City Region hosts first Digital Summit

Digital Leadership - Socitm Conference 2017

The digitalisation of primary and urgent health services

Growing AI in the public sector

Copenhagen Lord Mayor's proposal to ban diesel vehicles by 2019

Universal Credit will lead to "hardship and misery" for those most in need