Read part 2 of our blog series on an innovation project that took us to SXSW – and we’re pretty proud of it.
Read this blog from our Innovation Team on an immersive experience created in 2019 to inspire young people about tech.
Whilst the road to digital maturity can start with on-premise Electronic Medical Records (EMR), forward-looking NHS IT managers are moving them to the cloud and looking for trusted partners to support EMR systems. To understand why cloud hosting with professional support is so important, we talked to IT managers to understand the challenges they faced….
In this new blog post, read about how CodeCamp was a learning experience for the mentors, students and the campers!
Find out about how flexible career paths can be at Kainos in a new blog post from Computer Science graduate turned Business Analyst Sophie.
Big news – we are now taking applications for Earn as you Learn 2019. Read the full story.
Read this new blog post from placement student Daniel on what he got out of the 7-week graduate programme, the Engineering Academy.
Watch Jack’s experience of being a placement student, from applying for the position, to finding his feet on projects in London and bringing new team members up to speed… and this is just the start. Want to join Kainos as a placement student? Click here to find out more.
New digital service is making it easier for people on low incomes to get help with paying for visits to family and friends in prison.
Kainos Group plc, has achieved top ten status in the prestigious eConsultancy’s 2018 Top 100 Digital Agencies report.
Read what Jake, former A.I.Camp attendee turned mentor has to say about taking this opportunity this year!
Read about Chloe’s experience mentoring students through Kainos A.I.Camp in Birmingham in 2018!
From identifying media bias through to keeping our streets clean and safe, A.I. contestants show how AI can be applied to everyday life.
Kainos has been shortlisted in three categories for the 2018 UK IT Industry Awards.
Read this new blog post from our innovation team on an experiment with GANs and Jetson.
How to stay stress-free in your first year as a software engineer!
We were left in no doubt that the future for young Northern Ireland coders looks very bright indeed.
Kainos Group plc, is pleased to announce that it has been developing a new NHS app in partnership with NHS Digital and NHS England.
And this year we are doing things a bit differently!
View highlights from 2017-18 in our latest results infographic.
Introducing the Kainos Business Analyst Academy – what’s it all about?
Find out what our brand new Business Analysis Academy is about, and apply to take part.
Russell Sloan, Director of Digital Services has published a blog post on setting up in our newest location, Birmingham.
In a ceremony held at St Anne’s Cathedral, Kainos picked up the accolade in the ‘Best Large Tech Company’ category.
Kainos has secured a nomination in a total of three categories, at the 2018 Digital DNA Awards.
The savings are a result of implementing the Kainos Evolve Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system.
Kainos welcomes ranking in the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work for for the sixth year in a row. Read the full story here.
Kainos launches its 2018 Earn as you Learn programme, with a pledge to invest £10 million in entry-level talent over the next five years.
Read how Kainos and HMPO are working together to make it quicker and easier for you to get your passport
Overcoming some of the Trust’s biggest challenges including stretched IT budgets and ongoing security risks.
We are championing and pioneering a process of building long-term customer capability. We call this process “digital enablement”.
Kainos MSc Cyber Security Students come top of the class.
170 students from North London schools will learn how to design, build and launch their own websites.
Businesses are born out of innovation, but today with disruptive technologies, the average lifespan of a company has dropped by 77%
200 students from all over NI come together to celebrate five fantastic years of Kainos CodeCamp.
Northern Ireland’s biggest summer coding event will see record attendance at Queen’s University Belfast for two-week programme.
The Earn as you Learn scheme sees its first ever graduate in 2017. Read the full story here.
Attendees will develop skills in machine learning, software development and data analysis.
The Kainos guide to graduating with a computing degree, with no student debt
Kainos demonstrated how its Tech Outreach programme has helped raise the aspirations and achievements of young people.
Kainos has been nominated for a Responsible Business Award in the Education Award category for its Tech Outreach programme.
Northern Ireland’s biggest summer coding event for teens returns to Queen’s University Belfast between 24th July and 4th August.
In the next of our Earn as you Learn blog series, Deaglan talks about his first steps at Kainos, and how he’s settled into the role.
In the next of our Earn as you Learn blog series, Deaglan talks about applying to the scheme, and his tips for the interview process!
In this blog post, one of our EAYL students gives us the lowdown on the last three and a half years, experiences and opportunities.
Kainos today announced a partnership with Queen’s University Belfast that explores new and innovative ways to deliver flexible education.
Two of our Tech Outreach programme volunteers tell us more about their experiences of running a Code Club.
Kainos is proud to partner with NRC as part of Tech Outreach to run Hour of Code sessions for hundreds of students across NI.
Corey Duffy explores how an open-source collaboration tool can be used as an effective and low-cost interactive whiteboard.
In December Kainos hosted a Code for Cardboard Hackathon. The goal was to get people working together and get their creativity flowing. The event was a great success and some amazing applications were developed as a result. Many people attending the workshop didn’t know very much about creating VR applications and were mainly there to…
Kainos is no stranger to SXSW (South by Southwest). For the past two years, Tom Gray, CTO at Kainos, has taken to the SXSWedu stage to present on and ignite conversation around the topic of coding in schools, and the importance of nurturing young people’s digital skills. In 2016, we’re hoping to expand our presence at…
Tom Gray describes how a new kind of public service was brought into local government with affordable technology to connect citizens to their neighbours. He argues that this initiative could provide vital clues to a way out of far too many years of bad system delivery for the public sector. The Code4Derry programme brought together…
The first Health Hack Northern Ireland event held last weekend was won by a group of clinicians and developers who created a mental health information app. Inspired by NHS Hack Day, Kainos chief technology officer Tom Gray created Health Hack NI and brought together around 40 doctors, developers and designers. The weekend event in Belfast…
The innovative software coding challenge, Health Hack NI, which is already over-subscribed, will bring together medical clinicians and technology innovators to pool ideas and – in the space of just 2days – create ready-to-use software Belfast and London – November 26th, 2012 – Thriving technology company Kainos continues to champion innovation in healthcare. A pioneering…
In yet another exciting programme to discover and foster the latest upcoming talent in IT, thriving technology company Kainos has announced the fruits of Code4Derry, a student programme run over the summer in Londonderry in Northern Ireland. The project, to create an online tool to help locals and visitors take advantage of the city’s Wireless…
London, UK – March 28th, 2012 – James Hughes, a technical architect from Kainos today presented at DevWeek, the UK’s biggest annual conference for software developers, database professionals and software architects. James educated the audience on BDD (behaviour driven development) and how it works in the .NET world. A full description of the session can…
A student from the University of Ulster’s Magee campus has won the coveted ‘2011 Awesome App’ award after the application (app) he developed while on the inaugural Kainos App Camp was downloaded over 10,500 times! Glenn Sayers, a Computer Science student from Ballymena, was one of eight high-flyers who took part in Ireland’s inaugural ‘App…