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New app will alert Scottish businesses to credible cyber threats 

A new app will help Scottish businesses stay safe on and offline by alerting them to threats to their operations – including cyber attacks. The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) has…

Highland Council showcases low carbon vehicles ahead of Cop26 
Insulating Scotland’s homes should be ‘national strategic priority’ 
GovTech
New partnership to transform Edinburgh into world-leading ‘smart city’ 

A global IT company has signed a five-year contract to support Edinburgh’s transformation into one of the world’s leading ‘smart cities’. The city council’s deal with Canada-headquartered CGI includes deployment…

Scottish vaccine passport must be ‘scrapped for good’ despite update 
Digital upskilling scheme open for applications 
GovTech
New app will alert Scottish businesses to credible cyber threats 

A new app will help Scottish businesses stay safe on and offline by alerting them to threats to their operations – including cyber attacks. The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) has…

Highland Council showcases low carbon vehicles ahead of Cop26 
Insulating Scotland’s homes should be ‘national strategic priority’ 
GovTech
New partnership to transform Edinburgh into world-leading ‘smart city’ 

A global IT company has signed a five-year contract to support Edinburgh’s transformation into one of the world’s leading ‘smart cities’. The city council’s deal with Canada-headquartered CGI includes deployment…

Scottish vaccine passport must be ‘scrapped for good’ despite update 
Digital upskilling scheme open for applications 
Business & Economy
Dundee esports league to spark gaming revolution in Scotland 

Dundee is set to further cement its place as Europe’s gaming capital by hosting a “groundbreaking” event which will offer a glimpse of a “new era” of sports entertainment.  Next…

Final push for points as Renfrewshire Beat the Street draws to a close 
Council to install GPS signage by riverside after death of teenage boy 
GovTech
New partnership to transform Edinburgh into world-leading ‘smart city’ 

A global IT company has signed a five-year contract to support Edinburgh’s transformation into one of the world’s leading ‘smart cities’. The city council’s deal with Canada-headquartered CGI includes deployment…

Young people to lead the way on cutting carbon in Aberdeenshire schools 
Glasgow launches data hub to ’empower’ citizens 
Business & Economy
Dundee esports league to spark gaming revolution in Scotland 

Dundee is set to further cement its place as Europe’s gaming capital by hosting a “groundbreaking” event which will offer a glimpse of a “new era” of sports entertainment.  Next…

Final push for points as Renfrewshire Beat the Street draws to a close 
Council to install GPS signage by riverside after death of teenage boy 
GovTech
New partnership to transform Edinburgh into world-leading ‘smart city’ 

A global IT company has signed a five-year contract to support Edinburgh’s transformation into one of the world’s leading ‘smart cities’. The city council’s deal with Canada-headquartered CGI includes deployment…

Young people to lead the way on cutting carbon in Aberdeenshire schools 
Glasgow launches data hub to ’empower’ citizens 

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How SEPA saw the light after attack from the dark web 

 ‘No one is safe” is unnerving to hear, of course. But for Terry A’Hearn, the chief executive of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), he is describing a plain, albeit…

Scottish cyber partnership welcomes new members to reach wider audience 
NHS Scotland to base specialist cyber operations centre at Abertay University 
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How Facebook took themselves off the internet… a lesson in resilience and a need to decentralise 

In a post-pandemic world, one thing that we are now sure of is that we are almost completely dependent on the internet for both our social and working lives. Over…

Industry supports plans for new cyber security innovation hub in Scotland 
Cyber
How SEPA saw the light after attack from the dark web 

 ‘No one is safe” is unnerving to hear, of course. But for Terry A’Hearn, the chief executive of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), he is describing a plain, albeit…

Scottish cyber partnership welcomes new members to reach wider audience 
NHS Scotland to base specialist cyber operations centre at Abertay University 
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How Facebook took themselves off the internet… a lesson in resilience and a need to decentralise 

In a post-pandemic world, one thing that we are now sure of is that we are almost completely dependent on the internet for both our social and working lives. Over…

Industry supports plans for new cyber security innovation hub in Scotland 

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Aberdeenshire leads the way in work-based learning 

There has long been debate about the distinction to be drawn between vocational and academic learning. However, in Aberdeenshire Council the focus is on what is best for our learners;…

5G connectivity can ’empower people to restore our planet’ 

Six years on from the Paris Climate Accords and the world is still getting warmer. We are now seeing first-hand the impact of climate change – the floods and fires…

Cracking the code to offline computational thinking 

In our digitally connected world, it can be argued that coding and especially computational thinking have become essential parts of a new ‘computing literacy’ to support traditional literacy. These computational…

Edinburgh rocket company encourages girls to reach for the stars 

Since Yuri Gagarin’s maiden trip into space 60 years ago, the aerospace industry has been largely dominated by men. Men are, on average, paid £11,000 more than women. The mean…

How to keep women in tech 

Discussions around the gender gap in technology tend to focus on the challenges women face when entering the sector – that is, the subjects they’re encouraged to study at school…

Putting the fun back into learning with edtech and edutainment 

Life is all about learning, no matter how young or old you are. If you close your eyes for a second and think back to your school years, it will…

How Facebook took themselves off the internet… a lesson in resilience and a need to decentralise 

In a post-pandemic world, one thing that we are now sure of is that we are almost completely dependent on the internet for both our social and working lives. Over…

Forget the elevator, it’s the second pitch that will help you scale new heights 

What you say to industry analysts makes the difference in growth The UK is one of the most vibrant places in the world for creating tech ventures. Yet, according to…

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Dundee esports league to spark gaming revolution in Scotland 

Dundee is set to further cement its place as Europe’s gaming capital by hosting a “groundbreaking” event which will offer a glimpse of a “new era” of sports entertainment.  Next…

Scottish AI startup offers new route to 5G network management 
Edinburgh life sciences firm appoints high-profile non-executive directors 
Business & Economy
Global client wins accelerate growth for Scottish sensor startup 

A Scottish remote sensor company has secured a series of global customer wins across the aerospace, oil and gas, and energy sectors.   The Glasgow-based startup’s new clients include major industry…

Banking on the future – the cluster effect propelling fintechs to success 
Scottish university launches blockchain lab with Chinese tech firm 
Business & Economy
Dundee esports league to spark gaming revolution in Scotland 

Dundee is set to further cement its place as Europe’s gaming capital by hosting a “groundbreaking” event which will offer a glimpse of a “new era” of sports entertainment.  Next…

Scottish AI startup offers new route to 5G network management 
Edinburgh life sciences firm appoints high-profile non-executive directors 
Business & Economy
Global client wins accelerate growth for Scottish sensor startup 

A Scottish remote sensor company has secured a series of global customer wins across the aerospace, oil and gas, and energy sectors.   The Glasgow-based startup’s new clients include major industry…

Banking on the future – the cluster effect propelling fintechs to success 
Scottish university launches blockchain lab with Chinese tech firm