Hannah Williams

Staff Writer

Hannah is a staff writer at Network World UK. After graduating from the University of Coventry with an English and Journalism degree in 2016, Hannah has since developed an interest in enterprise technology. She has a keen interest in digital transformation, enterprise IT, innovative and emerging tech, IoT and women in tech.

The barriers to 5G deployment in the UK

The barriers to 5G deployment in the UK

With the 5G rollout expanding across the UK, there are some potential barriers hindering a smooth deployment for network providers

Three UK launches 5G-ready cloud core network in time for 5G rollout

Three UK launches 5G-ready cloud core network in time for 5G rollout

The telco partnered with Nokia to launch its core network ahead of its expected 5G rollout

The Complete Guide to 5G in the UK

The Complete Guide to 5G in the UK

We run through what industry analysts and experts are predicting around 5G deployment and how organizations expect to leverage 5G in the future.

How the UK’s urban data project is being rolled out to improve living conditions

How the UK’s urban data project is being rolled out to improve living conditions

The new smart city initiative will see Kainos using Microsoft Azure as a way to monitor environmental data

How the UK's tech sector can tackle gender imbalance

How the UK's tech sector can tackle gender imbalance

To mark International Women's Day, we look at what the tech industry needs to do to improve the gender balance

UK tech sector urged to collaborate ahead of proposed national digital twin

UK tech sector urged to collaborate ahead of proposed national digital twin

The UK tech sector has been urged to collaborate and share data ahead of a planned development of a national 'digital twin'

Silicon Slopes' Pluralsight aims to boost digital skills with tech learning platform

The Utah-based company journeys to tackle digital skills gap with new learning platform

How BP drives automation at scale across supply and trading business

The oil and gas firm is looking to roll out automation right across its business

How the government can keep more startups in the UK

Brexit is starting to bite into tech startups' access to talent

How the University of Sheffield uses GPUs to supercharge simulations

A research software engineer at the University of Sheffield tells Computerworld UK how Nvidia GPUs are supercharging complex simulations

How Nvidia is pursuing the 'holy grail' of real time photorealistic VR

How Nvidia is pursuing the 'holy grail' of real time photorealistic VR

Nvidia continued to tout its credentials as the underlying technology for designing and deploying photorealistic virtual reality (VR) systems during its GTC Technology conference in Silicon Valley this week, including the announcement...

First-ever London CDO Theo Blackwell lays out smart city plans

We sat down with London's first chief digital officer, Theo Blackwell, to talk about the importance of data

Tech Talent Charter among UK initiatives to boost diversity in tech

The UK's Tech Talent Charter and skills and diversity council call for diversity skills in Tech industry.

AI in healthcare: Is the NHS data-ready for AI adoption?

Witnesses at AI Committee discuss the importance of NHS' data readiness before leveraging artificial intelligence in healthcare.

Can the UK rail industry truly innovate?

Hacktrain 4.0 conference aims to push innovation in rail transport

UK vs Nordics: How regions offer different services within the data centre market

Data centre operator CBRE shares how regions offer different services with the data centre market to embrace different businesses.

How Entrepreneur First sets its startups apart from the rest

Entrepreneur First uses its unique 'talent first' approach to set its cohorts apart from others

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