In this issue of In Touch you can read more about Cyber-crime and what BT is doing to help tackle it. And a new Institute of Coding to boost digital skills where BT is joining forces with universities, businesses and industry experts to tackle the UK’s digital skills gap.
There’s news about a new BT survey which has revealed the procurement process is lagging behind the NHS digital transformation plans. Also an independent report on Community Fibre Partnerships is highlighted.
And you can read about the latest BT Infinity Lab winner and how BT marked Safer Internet day at the BT Tower. BT is also proud to be supporting Sport Relief with volunteers at BT offices across the country – Swansea, Sandwell, Dundee, Blackburn and Barlborough, answering donation calls and colleagues fundraising across the business. And the Tech4Good awards are now open the details of which can be found in this issue if In Touch.
And there’s further good news on recruitment with Openreach announcing a major recruitment drive.
Also for rural locations a new 4G home antenna service from EE is bringing superfast to rural areas where fixed broadband is slow or not available. Don’t forget to visit the regional pages to find out more and see what else is happening in your area.
Brendan Dick, Managing Director, BT Regions