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Mariken van der Velden – Political Communication
Mariken van der Velden discusses her work as an Associate Professor of Political Communication in the Department of Communication Science.
Digital public services need to maximise their citizen user experience
The user experience is key to sufficient and operational digital public services, with the potential to reimagine communications and marketing opportunities.
Nokia Inks deal with AST SpaceMobile — What does this mean for mobile connectivity?
Mission impossible? Nokia and AST SpaceMobile are partnering to increase mobile connectivity around the world. In this article, we’ll explore how these companies plan to expand global coverage.
The evolution of your telecoms in the key to a successful future
Understanding where you are and knowing where you need to be are crucial in the evolution of your telecoms.
A focus on communication and language skills
Rachael Amin, Educational Copywriter at Pentagon Play, explains how to develop communication and language skills in the early years and beyond.
BT Wholesale – telecoms service provider
BT Wholesale is the largest deployer of street level small cells in the UK, working in partnership with MNOs and local authorities.
It’s time to get your ducks in a row: keeping track of telecoms assets
Most people are familiar with the saying “to have all your ducks in a row” - everything properly organised and under control. However, when it comes to telecoms, this is rarely the case.
The road to quantum-enabled cybersecurity
Dr Francis Gaffney, Senior Director – Mimecast Labs & Future Operations at Mimecast, charts the road to quantum-enabled cybersecurity.
How companies can support employees amidst political unrest
Worldwide and national crises and political unrest can threaten any organisation, no matter how healthy it is, here's how to deal with it in your company.
Redefining communication in local government and public sectors
There is a need for efficient communication in local governments and public sectors with staff, the public and other organisations. Here's how to attain this.
Whales can learn complex songs from whales in other regions
A cultural transmission: humpback whales can learn and memorise complex songs from whales from other regions.
Recognising the human side of data fabric
Mike Ellis, Managing Director of Finworks, explains what data fabric is and what are its benefits to public organisations and data professionals.
Simplicity: Making complicated messages resonate with your audience
Simplicity of messaging is one of the hardest things to achieve, but it’s essential if you want to cut through to make an impact.
“Transformative experiences” of festivals can help connect humanity
People attending festivals commonly report having transformative experiences – which researchers find to improve connection to humanity and willingness to help others.
Link between multilingualism and better GSCE grades
Students who are multilingual – regardless of whether they are fluent or beginners in another language – scored higher in GSCE results.
How do you build dialogue with the community?
Following COP26, it is clear that local governments have a huge role to play in policy change and combatting socio-ecological challenges. To work towards global promises, they must listen to their communities, and here, we learn about innovative tools enabling them to do so.
Achieving transformation by focusing on the digital ecosystem
Mike Ellis, Managing Director of Finworks, discusses the value of workflow and data management within digital ecosystems when transforming services.
Fibre optic cables fed through water pipes in UK broadband trial
Fibre optic cables will be fed through water pipes in a new UK Government broadband trial to connect more hard-to-reach homes.
Scientists discover new part of brain that remembers faces
Neuroscientists have discovered the closest thing to the infamous "grandmother neuron" - they have identified the cells responsible for how the brain remembers faces.
The Digital Services Act is tiptoeing towards regulatory failure
Konstantinos Komaitis, Senior Director, Policy Development at the Internet Society argues that upload filters should not be part of the proposed DSA legislation.