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Bradley wants to make Britain the safest place in the world to be online
By Matteo Natalucci
DCMS’s new proposals aims to tackle growing online dangers, while continuing to embrace the benefits and opportunities the Internet has brought for British citizens
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Ofsted seeks Deputy Director for Data and Insight to beef up its data analysis capability
By Matteo Natalucci
£88k role will lead and manage the work of the Ofsted Data and Insight team and ensure quality data and information has been properly analysed
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LGfL and Microsoft cloud plan pushes learning boundary for London schools
By David Bicknell
‘Cloud Champions Programme’ for innovative schools and academy chains was due to be launched at yesterday’s Microsoft E2 event for education technology leaders
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Brexit leak stokes fears UK Higher Education could lose its 'premier destination' status
By Robert Stoneman
Universities are bracing themselves for stormy waters ahead as the first hints of a post-Brexit education policy start to emerge
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Tackling youth unemployment – is it time to dig deeper?
There are challenges to overcome in keeping youth unemployment figures falling. Graham Kavanagh, chief product officer at Capita One, examines the issues and talks about how local authorities are tackling them
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GDS makes pitch for public sector secure WiFi service users
By David Bicknell
Designed to replace “user and guest WiFi”, GovWiFi wants to be standard way to access WiFi across all government and public sector locations; another WiFi service, Govroam, was launched by Jisc in July
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Top universities to deliver NHS Digital Academy
By Matteo Natalucci
Imperial, Edinburgh, and Harvard will host new academy to train digital healthcare leaders of the future
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Public sector employees get Wi-Fi boost with 'govroam'
By David Bicknell
Wi-Fi service which evolved from eduroam likely to see major use in health and social care; NHS is fastest growing adopter
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Government to fund new cyber security innovation centre for London
By Matteo Natalucci
Whitehall to allocate £14.5m backing competition for new centre in London
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UCL suffers ransomware attack
By David Bicknell
University says infection had impacted a number of users’ personal and shared drives; UCLH NHS trust said it was unaffected by attack
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