I find myself thinking a lot about how technology is changing our lives and what that means for our courses and our students.
Rural police officers will benefit from a new £3.9 million computer network that will replace ageing IT systems.
Superfans arrived dressed as their favourite characters to celebrate the 50th anniversary of popular culture convention Comic-Con.
A couple of years ago I spent a day at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, shadowing a hospital colleague. It had been over 20 years since I had worked there as a senior house officer in the medical unit and I felt it was time to familiarise myself with the services as experienced by all the patients I had referred there over the years.
An Aberdeen IT firm is creating new jobs and aiming to double turnover as it parts ways with a Welsh partner.
Technology company Network DNA has entered its second decade in business by securing work worth more than £150,000 since the start of 2019.
A north-east charity that works to tackle poverty is benefiting from unwanted IT equipment.
Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University (RGU) has partnered with more businesses to expand its programme of graduate apprenticeships.
More than 40 million attempts to break into Aberdeen council’s computer systems have been fought off in the past year - but a dozen made it through the net.
The latest instalment in the Annabelle horror film franchise has been announced and will be released next year.
Aberdeen-based technology company Dynamic Edge has acquired an award-winning IT firm as part of plans to expand its business in the London area.
An IT worker who swindled Dundee City Council out of more than £1million to cover his gambling debts has been ordered to pay back £49,979.
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Moray Council has resolved IT problems which left traders paying over the odds on their business rates.
Highland Council has paid a temporary IT chief three times the going rate for the job, it emerged yesterday.
The company taking over Highland Council's IT contract from Fujitsu is confident of doing the job more cheaply with half the number of staff while retaining jobs in the region.
Some Highland Council IT and phone services are out of action due to a power cut at its Inverness headquarters. Anyone needing to make urgent contact with the council is being advised to call the service centre number – 01349 886606. Technicians are working the problem.
The Scottish Government has come under fire for spending more than £6million on staff overtime when building its troubled farm payments IT system.
Highland Council has slashed its IT bill by £11million by switching provider - but left a question mark over the future of more than 100 jobs.
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Wood Group is considering outsourcing its IT services function putting the future of 168 staff jobs in doubt.
A recycling group in Deeside has launched a new service collecting unwanted IT equipment from local homes and businesses.
Around 60 north-east students have benefited from an exclusive careers event hosted by the Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Charities face complex communications challenges in order to meet the needs of their service users, according to technology provider Dynamic Edge. The Aberdeen-based business specialises in assisting charities and third sector organisations manage their IT and communications requirements effectively – from software discounts to procedures for information security and disaster recovery.
Offering staff the opportunity to work from home can be highly beneficial to a business and boost staff morale.
Managing director at Aberdeen-based IT business Dynamic Edge, Stuart Winterburn, 37, shows that IT is the new rock ‘n roll