Home Tags Technology

Technology Related Content

E-rostering

NHS awarded £7.5 million to digitally schedule shifts

Government allocates £7.5 million to NHS hospitals, clinics and pharmacies across 38 trusts to implement digital shift planning.
arrest records, prit

UK Home Office loses 150,000 arrest records due to tech problem

According to The Times, 150,000 arrest records were accidentally erased - including fingerprint, DNA and arrest histories.
the luxury sector, fashion

The growing digital transformation of the luxury sector

It’s 2021, and today, almost every interaction happens through digital devices - what does this mean for the luxury sector? 
access control system, cyber

Chinese tech: Who really has the keys to your access control system?

Despina Stamatelos at Genetec discusses tensions between China and western liberal democracies, illustrating how this impacts cyber security - do you know who has the keys to your access control system?
consumer attitudes

Learning from consumer attitudes towards artificial intelligence

Rachel Roumeliotis, Vice President of Data and AI at O’Reilly, discusses how AI creators can analyse consumer attitudes towards artificial intelligence (AI) and implement them into how they develop new solutions in the future.
behaviour-based recruitment

Using behaviour-based recruitment to make hiring fair and efficient

Robert Newry, CEO, Arctic Shores, discusses how behaviour-based recruitment helps organisations make the hiring process fair and efficient.
data integration

Data integration is vital to companies operating remotely

Lindsay Lucas, Managing Director, Software Solved, discusses why an intelligent approach to digital transformation can provide companies with complete, accurate, and real-time data, vital during remote working.
neuron star collision, arecibo

Arecibo observatory finds potential evidence of neuron star collision

In Puerto Rico, the Arecibo observatory has found potential "first hints" of low-frequency gravitational waves - which signal the movement of massive entities, like black holes or neuron stars.
public sector organisations, geospatial commission

5,500 public sector organisations will gain access to local data

Over 5,500 public sector organisations now have access to Ordnance Survey information, as part of the Geospatial Commission’s Public Sector Geospatial Agreement.
managed data and response

Is it time to bolster your cybersecurity with managed data and response?

Tim Bandos, CISO at Digital Guardian, explores what managed data and response (MDR) entails and what the benefits are that it offers.
AV & IT

Improving the higher education learning experience through AV & IT

Karl Deady, Executive Director at Cinos, talks about the role of AV & IT across the higher education space and the steps that organisations can put in place to positively impact the learning experience for students.
public sector in 2021

Key trends for the public sector in 2021

Peter Ford, Public Sector Industry Principal at Pegasystems, explores some of the top trends for the public sector in 2021 which include chatbots, intelligent automation and citizen data scientists.
SaaS automation

How SaaS automation has helped companies work faster

Neil Kinson, Chief of Staff at Redwood Software, explores one of the advantages of Software as a Service (SaaS), particularly those it had in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic concerning its ability to scale.
pandemic procurement, COVID

Could tech help the UK Government solve pandemic procurement issues?

Garry Jones, CEO of Perfect Channel, discusses the UK's pandemic procurement issues and proposes that well-used tech would improve Government efficiency.
CV fraud

How blockchain can protect businesses against CV fraud

As the job market becomes more saturated during the pandemic, employers and recruiters will need to pay more attention to fraudulent applications. Here, René Seifert, co-head of TrueProfile.io, explores how blockchain technology can be deployed to combat CV fraud.
energy independence, energy

Are revolutionary inventions being suppressed because they provide energy independence?

Hydrogen is a known game-changer for the future of renewable, clean energy - but is the concept of energy independence part of the reason why some revolutionary inventions are being suppressed?
sleep disorders

Technology use and sleep disorders in the U.S.

Technology has always been condemned in multiple empirical studies highlighting blue light effects on overall sleep quality. However, with the rise of sleep tech in recent years, could this digital insurgence be the catalyst for a public’s change of heart?
computer simulations, CECAM

The development of science: A focus on computer simulations

Ignacio Pagonabarraga, Director of CECAM, lifts the lid on the field of computer simulations and the crucial role they have played in the development of science since the second half of the last century.
non-food biomass, food

Creating innovative value chains from non-food biomass feedstock

AFTER-BIOCHEM project aims at creating innovative and more sustainable value chains from renewable raw materials to multiple high added-value products at industrial scale.
3D printing

EnvisionTEC leverages 3D printing expertise during COVID-19 supply chain crisis

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an opportunity for 3D printing – EnvisionTEC identified several areas where their specific strengths in biocompatible materials could help to provide replenishment of stocks as well as new, alternative solutions.

Follow Open Access Government