Progression towards electronic payments continues, but could we ever do without some cash?
Despite great strides forward, cardiovascular disease remains a killer, particularly among the less well off in society.
A distributed ledger, which promises global transparency in financial and other dealings, could become a tool of government in a new age of finance
In times of government spending cuts, public sector bodies face an uphill climb to digitise services, but the rewards can be worth the struggle
Despite having a central role to play in offering incentives to organisations to promote staff engagement, government has made cutbacks
The people have spoken. Again. Now, a hung parliament, a humiliated Tory leader and a resurgent Labour Party have to work out what the people meant. As the parties try to navigate this vastly altered political landscape, Will Green asks: what on earth happens now?
The government is backing full-fibre broadband rollout, promoting digital skills training and cyber-security measures, as well as internet safety for children
The UK’s digital economy is powering ahead as advances in broadband speeds, mobile connectivity, cloud computing and data analysis transform the business landscape