Technology giant Fujitsu has teamed up with a local learning centre to help residents in Bracknell get online as part of this year’s Spring Online campaign. 

Spring Online is Digital Unite’s award-winning digital inclusion campaign. For one week each year (20 – 26 April 2015), hundreds of free Spring Online events are held across the UK in a variety of locations to help people to take their first steps online.

Currently around 6.4 million people have never used the internet and of those 5.6 million are aged over 55 years. Many millions more lack basic digital skills meaning they can’t use a search engine or send an email.

On Tuesday 21 April Fujitsu will be sending along volunteers to help residents at the Bracknell Open Learning Centre get to grips with computers, tablets and the internet. Details of the event will be advertised locally nearer the time.

Mark Arnold, Head of Business Management at Fujitsu said: “In this technological age it’s so important to help people to be digitally confident. We were really pleased to be involved with Spring Online last year and to see the huge difference a little help can make. We’re looking forward to doing our bit again with this year’s campaign and to enable more people to make the internet part of their everyday lives.”

For more information and to register a Spring Online event visit

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