Specific challenges identified include robotics, clean energy, biotechnology, satellites & space, and 5G mobile network technology
Our Head of Public Affairs, Tom Morrison-Bell, gives his initial views on the Industrial Strategy Green Paper
Every sector is a tech sector, says Antony Walker in response to the Government's Industrial Strategy Green Paper
Cloud solutions can result in significant savings amongst other business benefits, but they can also increase the total cost of operations if they aren’t well...
Paul Hide, techUK, reports back from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
Sir John Parker's report to inform the UK National Shipbuilding Strategy has some welcome linkages with the digital industries.
Andrew Burgess, strategic advisor at Celaton provides his take on Artificial Intelligence in a Q&A session
A Guest Blog from Gabrielle Giner, Head of Environmental Sustainability at BT, on the role ICT can play in the fight against climate change
An article by Ellen Temperton, Partner at Lewis Silkin LLP
A review of the HR Groups session in September 2016 by Sarah Milford, Capita HR Solutions
The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Prisons emphasizes to Committee the role tech can play in reforming prisons.
Guest blog by Andrew Secker, an employment law specialist and Principal Associate at national law firm Mills & Reeve LLP
An article by Neville Merritt, Director, Pure Potential Development Ltd
The key to effective proposal resourcing to help you produce a compelling document by good management and not good luck by Sarah Hinchliffe
techUK welcomes the consultation but re-states its call for clear leadership that will drive the important digital transformation agenda at the local level
A Guest Blog from Shane Leahy, Chairman of Engage Hub on the trade delegation to India with Prime Minister Theresa May.
Consumer Electronics. Is it time to re-evaluate the balance of sales focus between devices and services?
Steven McGinty, Research Officer, Idox describes the experience of Glasgow's smart city programme.
We want to hear from you what local Government events and engagement you would like to see in the year ahead by completing our quick survey
techUK Programme Manager Local Government responds to 2017 Autumn Statement
Rob Driver reflects on the key messages of techUK's SME Week
Guest blog post by Aingaran Pillai, CEO and co-founder at Zaizi as part of our #procuring4growth week
Guest blog post by Simon Gordon, Chairman of Facewatch as part of our #procuring4growth week
techUK’s call for a refreshed SME Panel taken forward by the Crown Commercial Service
Guest blog post by Zoe Cunningham, Managing Director, Softwire Technology as part of our #procuring4growth week
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