Britons are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of taking steps to stay safe online, Ofcom has said.
British businesses should brace themselves for a 'new wave' of internet attacks, it has been suggested. After an apparent decline over the last couple of years Infosecurity Europe has claimed battling the new attack could cost UK firms £10 billion. The comments follow the recent Infosecurity Europe conference in London, which its creators said enjoyed increased success due to a change in attitude among the UK firms.
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We tested people in Carmarthen to show off their mental arithmetic Secondary schools can learn lessons from primary schools in Wales in how to stop pupils from falling behind in numeracy skills, says a new report.
Private training companies are encouraging unemployed people to borrow thousands of pounds for fast-track plumbing courses which are of little use in the present jobs market.
The UK is falling behind its global competitors in terms of broadband internet connections.
14 May 2010 Last updated at 10:14 ET By Angela Harrison Education correspondent, BBC News Sarah Teather is Children's Minister The new government's education team is pushing ahead with plans for radical changes to schools in England, with legislation expected within weeks.
We are going to have a bumper year this Silver Surfers Day with more than 1,500 Silver Surfers’ Day events to help older people get online will be held this Friday, 21 May.
European Commission vice president Neelie Kroes today in Brussels formally launched the Digital Agenda for which she is responsible. The Agenda is a grand ICT plan for Europe intended to “maximise the potential of ICT to boost Europe's prosperity and the well-being of its citizens”. It has seven priority areas for action:
Students occupy Middlesex University in protest at the closure of the philosophy department.
By 2014, the market for GPS services will be worth $12.7bn worldwide Companies should be looking to exploit an upsurge in consumer demand for location-based search and information services, says a recently published independent report. Nearly 1.5 billion people will be using these services by 2014 and the market for them will be worth $12.7bn worldwide, according to a study by Juniper Research .
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