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DV Signage teams up with Scale Space to launch collaboration workspace brand Interaction.Works

DV Signage teams up with Scale Space to launch collaboration workspace brand Interaction.Works

The workspace company DV Signage has partnered with Scale Space, the UK’s community for scale-ups, to offer a new Collaboration-as-a-Service workspace to be branded Interaction.Works. The Interaction.Works concept responds directly to the emerging Hybrid Working trend as companies begin shaping the Future of Work as the UK emerges from lockdown.

Sinequa expands its e-learning program to better train customers and partners

Sinequa expands its e-learning program to better train customers and partners

Sinequa has announced the success of its Sinequa University programme, rolled out last year to support the onboarding of customers, employees, and educate partners on how to make optimal use of Sinequa’s platform.

Transforming nuclear power generation in the digital age

Transforming nuclear power generation in the digital age

The Science and Technology and Facilities Council (STFC) will help develop the new digital technology required for nuclear power plant components in the future.

Technical University of Denmark uses TigerGraph to help find more effective treatments for acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Technical University of Denmark uses TigerGraph to help find more effective treatments for acute lymphoblastic leukemia

TigerGraph has announced that the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), a leading university in the areas of technical and natural sciences, is using TigerGraph’s advanced graph analytics with machine learning and AI techniques to improve the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Free tablets to improve lives of thousands of people with learning disabilities

Free tablets to improve lives of thousands of people with learning disabilities

The government has set up a £2.5 million fund to provide devices, data and digital support to people with learning disabilities who can’t afford to get online.

Research reveals just 15% of academic staff in Computer Science faculities of the UK's top universities are women

Research reveals just 15% of academic staff in Computer Science faculities of the UK's top universities are women

On average, just 15% of academic staff in the Computer Science faculties of the UK’s leading universities are women, research by developer recruitment platform CodinGame reveals.

CodinGame looked at the top 25 ranked universities in the UK, according to Times Higher Education1. Its research highlights the lack of female academic role models to inspire young women interested in studying Computer Sciences at university.

UK digital training companies help address the £141 billion digital skills gap

UK digital training companies help address the £141 billion digital skills gap

We Are Digital, the digital and financial inclusion training business, has joined forces with digital marketing consultancy, Balanced Impact, to help upskill excluded communities and underrepresented groups across the UK.

Toshiba and Kew Computers deliver outstanding efficiencies for Redhill school

Toshiba and Kew Computers deliver outstanding efficiencies for Redhill school

Saint Bede's School is a mixed comprehensive secondary school located in Redhill, Surrey. The school has almost 1,800 pupils aged 11 to 18, with around 330 of these students in the sixth form. In its most recent Ofsted inspection, the school was graded as ‘outstanding’ in all areas.

University at Buffalo selects Panasas high-performance storage to support research at its Academic Supercomputing Centre

University at Buffalo selects Panasas high-performance storage to support research at its Academic Supercomputing Centre

The University at Buffalo (UB), a premier, research-intensive public university, has chosen Panasas’ ActiveStor Ultra high-performance computing (HPC) data storage to serve as the backbone for its Centre for Computational Research (CCR).

Government invests £10 million to help make future technologies more secure

Government invests £10 million to help make future technologies more secure

The government will provide £10 million over four years to develop cyber security technologies, Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden announced at London Tech Week Connects.

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