Police organisations are constantly updating the technology they use to better serve communities and tackle matters most important to them. From biometrics to body cameras, innovations are increasingly introduced and recognised for their merits. But, what about the tech you can’t see?
For many, the promise of 5G has them thinking about loading websites and videos faster on their devices, as well as wider mobile coverage, and better connectivity. In reality, however, the promise of 5G is cloud-based and services driven.
As one of the largest central government departments, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for processing over 190 billion benefit payments for over 29 million UK citizens every year - no mean feat. With 65 different benefit payment policies and 80,000 employees across the UK, it is reliant on technology to ensure its day-to-day work runs smoothly and efficiently.
Oracle works closely with the UK government to provide support and technical expertise to better service citizens across the country, this includes the UK Government Data Centre and cloud solutions for finance, planning, human resources and citizen experience.We are delighted to announce that Oracle has recently been awarded a place on three Crown Commercial Service’s frameworks: Software Design and Implementation Services (SDIS), Back Office Software (BOS) and Cloud Compute...
The pandemic has caused a sea change in higher education. The mass shift to online learning has transformed the argument for the ‘anytime, anywhere’ classroom approach and opened the doors for a total pivot in how students can learn.
In one of the most testing years in all of our lives, few have been under more pressure than accountants and finance professionals. At home, our financial anxieties have more than tripled since the pandemic began. At work, finance teams have been relied upon to keep the ship afloat and make tough decisions.
DLG knew it needed to move to the cloud, which would make it much easier to increase automation, improve efficiency and put the onus on the software provider to regularly update its software as a service (SaaS). The fact that its previous programmes needed to be replaced also allowed the company to put new, bolder plans into action.
A new survey by Oracle Food & Beverage showed just how much fans really missed their favorite sports last year. The survey of over 1,000 UK consumers looked at how people felt about missing their favorite sports this past year, and their plans to jump back into the fan fray as soon as stadiums reopen.