Ofcom are seeking input into the impact of the BBC's activities ahead of becoming its regulator from April.
Digital Supported £1.2 billion of operational savings from Government
While the UK missed its chance to be a world leader with 4G, we have a real opportunity to be a world leader in 5G.
A brief overview of the main issues raised by techUK in our response to the Defence Industrial Policy Consultation.
The UK Spectrum Policy Forum has identified 6 Industry Priorities regarding plans for future use of the 5GHz band
Report can be downloaded below.
These guidelines are relating to the sale, supply, service and support of consumer electrical goods
Ofcom takes next step in its preparations to become the regulator of the BBC.
This is the seventh annual Digital Radio Report, which tracks the progress of digital radio in the UK.
SANS Institute Survey Report Provides Valuable Perspectives and Useful Recommendations
A report which looks at how business leaders can achieve this by ensuring their organisations are cyber resilient.
Ofcom make some sensible changes to the codes but do not go far enough in their support for HD content, says Paul Hide.
The Q3 RAJAR listening figures were released this week showing that 45.5% of all radio listening is now via digital delivery.
UK Spectrum Policy Forum Report Identifies Success Factors for Making the UK a 5G World Leader
techUK releases paper on the threats and opportunities Brexit presents to data centres.
Our response to the House of Commons Defence Committee inquiry "SDSR2015 and the Army".
Spectrum-access denial, or disruption, would be equivalent to a cyber denial-of-service attack and could prevent facilities, systems and networks from functioning.
techUK launches paper on ‘Understanding, Demystifying and Addressing the UK’s Big Data Skills Gap’.
UK Spectrum Policy Forum Report on the Implications of Brexit for Spectrum
techUK members have commented on the draft strategy document of the Payments Strategy Forum.
Karen Bradley, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport announced the release of the new BBC Charter this week. Paul Hide, techUK, Comments
techUK identifies 5 proposals to underpin targeted amendments to ensure the EU Commission’s DCD does not weaken innovation and damage economic growth.
Paul Hide, techUK, responds to the Ofcom Royal Mail consultation on behalf of our Postal Services members
RSPG should carefully consider the roadmap for higher frequencies with regard to technology availability
PwC predicts that the 2008 crisis, coupled with Brexit and new regulatory, societal and technology pressures, will bring a radically new look to banking in Europe.
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