Doteveryone has set itself some ambitious goals for the next decade. If we’re to be effective in our work and achieve these, we need to understand as much as possible about the issues we're tackling.
As well as producing original research, evaluation and new discoveries, we’re also collating the research that informs us across the different streams we tackle, so that you can understand the issues at play as well.
This report looks at the level of digital literacy across the UK and uses different demographic and technology ownership groups to highlight any differences. Go ON UK commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a study looking into who has these Basic Digital Skills and therefore the overall level of digital literacy in the UK.
This report shows the huge financial and social benefits of everyone in the UK having the digital skills they need to survive in our digital world.
Ofcom's twelfth annual Communications Market report containing statistics and analysis of the UK communications sector with analysis on broadcast television and radio, fixed and mobile telephony, and internet take-up and consumption.
Lloyds Banking Group's UK Business Digital Index looks into the digital maturity of small and medium-sized enterprises and charities in the UK, and the impact that their digital capability has upon their success.
The latest release of this data series includes predictions for UK population and demographics, key to understanding the needs of our future population.
Data highlighting the levels of disability in the UK across gender and age demographics.
This report, informed by research involving more than 20 case studies and interviews with a range of people developing, commissioning and using innovative products, identifies what the writers see as three key market failures that continue to inhibit innovation in the NHS.
This report sets out the possibilities to transform health care offered by digital technologies, with important insight about how to grasp those possibilities and benefits from those furthest on in their digital journey.
This paper sets out NHS England’s commitments to end of life care for adults and children, defining this as last year of life care.
This report brings together an evidence base for data and commentary on women in IT employment and education, highlighting the numbers of women in these roles, and the shining a light on gender imbalance.
This research aims to answer two questions: is the start-up sector in the UK as lacking in diversity as the tech-sector in the US? And, apart from the arguments based on fairness and social justice, is diversity worth pursuing for start-ups in order to increase their competitive advantage and potential?
The Women in Technology Project seeks to engage more girls and women into technology. This paper brings together data and insight into the proportion of women working in global tech companies, and explores some of the reasons behind the gender gap.
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