A survey of local authorities has found that they face challenges in the areas of data, compliance and mobility.
Trump met with the leaders of Apple, Amazon, Google, and many other US tech giants
UK and French governments agree new proposals to force social media networks to remove content more quickly
Stunner for Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer as Conservative Party manifesto author is ousted from Ipswich seat
European Commission considers emergency rules to enable EU law enforcement agencies to get direct access to cloud data from US tech companies
Despite Trump's withdrawal, tech giants join hundreds of US signatories in honouring global agreement
Important metadata could have been shared by US tech giant to help UK officers
Requirements to store data in China could make intellectual property and trade secrets more vulnerable, analysts say
But there are three times as many CDOs as there were in 2014
Government hasn't revealed number of SMBs that have signed up to G-Cloud 9
Accusations of cyber attacks have recent plagued elections worldwide. The UK's analogue system is more resilient - but the voters are not
Conservative manifesto plan for 'Twitter tax' levy to pay for state regulation of social media networks
State body funded by #TwitterTax will "support awareness" campaigns and "preventative activity to counter internet harms", claims manifesto
1.6 million NHS patient records shouldn't have been given to Google, according to data protection expert's leaked letter
NHS England claims 'Wanna Decryptor' ransomware the cause of nationwide attack on Health Service
Director of common technology services lasted just 18 months in his return to GDS
Director of digital will report to chief digital officer Peter Sinden
While access to pathology and imaging services have been restored, the issue still hasn't been fully fixed
UPDATED: Cabinet Office privacy advisor: lack of ministerial support on privacy has made role 'untenable'
Since Francis Maude stepped down, Cabinet Office and other ministers haven't shown an interest in privacy, claims Dr Jerry Fishenden
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan finally gets round to hiring a chief digital officer - almost a year after first promising to appoint one
Reports in June 2016 indicated that Khan would be hiring 'within weeks'
'Vetted computer specialists' from 'Five Eyes' nations invited to Hack the Air Force in new bug-bounty program
Government promises to up the current 10Mbps minimum via secondary legislation to get the Digital Economy Bill through before the election
Chronic lack of interoperability in ICT systems imperils public safety, warns chief inspector of constabulary
More than £90m will be spent on robotics and AI as part of a £1bn investment in 'cutting-edge' tech
HMRC: Revealing cost of Accenture's and Capgemini's Aspire contract extensions 'would prejudice HMRC's commercial interests'
HMRC refuses to respond to V3 Freedom of Information requests