Private Sector Insight
The 800-year-old port of Rotterdam handles 140,000 vessels and 461 million tons of cargo annually, but when does size meet efficiency? How does Europe’s largest seaport become the smartest? IBM's...
BT argues that the Internet of Things (IoT), where homes, cars, people, even entire cities are connected to the internet, will let you do things you once dismissed as science fiction
Social media has given incredible freedom to millions of people worldwide. But with this freedom comes danger, especially for young and vulnerable people
BT, the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), and Facebook have launched the second annual competition for start-ups in telecom infrastructure to join the UK’s TIP Ecosystem Acceleration Centre (TEAC),...
The more people are involved in their government, the better served we all will be
Blockchain is fundamentally a technology of trust, but transformative possibilities to benefit society more broadly are emerging
This article was first published in Police Professional.
Can we write policy without people? BT's Phil Baulch asks
Irritation, the mother of invention? Yes, according to IBM Master Inventor Steve Hobson
Independence. For people with disabilities and the aging population, it’s more than a word—it’s a catalyst for fulfillment and dignity.
The government must make use of emerging trends in technology to continue to deliver all its services in the future
At BT, we realise that digital technology is changing the way we all do business. Make smart decisions with intelligent connectivity.
The pace of technological change is increasing to the point that it feels like we’re entering a new era of digital.
Nearly two years after the introduction of the apprenticeship levy, public sector organisations must ensure they use the money they have contributed before it leaves their ringfenced accounts and...
This article was first published in Times Higher Education