With cybercrime a growing problem, large-scale investment in developing police skills and attracting cyber-aware officers is vital
Public Sector Technology 2019
Will print textbooks be obsolete by 2025? How is digital learning changing the skills required for future societies? The Public Sector Technology special report, published in The Times, covers how AI is changing classrooms, the biggest challenges organisations will face when implementing digital strategies, and the pros and cons of digital activism. It examines technological advancements in healthcare systems around the world and why old-fashioned processes are inhibiting innovations across the NHS. It also covers increasing investment in developing police skills to become cyber-aware officers to combat cyberthreats. Also featured is an infographic on how digital learning is transforming classrooms and why digital technologies are vital for enhancing learning outcomes and engagement.
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‘By working together we can solve the pressing challenges facing our public servants as they work in communities throughout the UK’
Traditionally competing players in the digital transformation market, managed service providers and boutique cloud consultancies are coming together to maximise value for the public sector
Brexit has presented a once-in-a-generation opportunity for the UK to reinvent its borders, with innovative solutions and collaboration the key to technological enablement
Ian Bell, chief executive of the Police ICT Company, outlines challenges and opportunities facing policing in the UK as it strives to embrace digital transformation in the years ahead