The majority of companies are not seeing the results of implementing big data in business, a new survey has revealed.
A potential US ban on the sale of menthol cigarettes shows British American Tobacco must invest more in alternatives.
An EU negotiator has predicted “the EU will retain all the controls”, in a note leaked to The Times.
As Theresa May prepares to brief her cabinet on the Brexit withdrawal bill, agreed in principle between negotiators from the United Kingdom and European Union, there is still concern over the economic impact that Brexit may have.
UK startup Signoi has launched a platform that can analyse large amounts of unstructured data and turn it into human insight for businesses.
In a recent study on the impact of mental health in the workplace, a third of workers in the United Kingdom, equating to more than 10m people, described themselves as unhappy in their current role and believe that they are coasting it.
Diabetes remains among the world’s most serious and pervasive public health issues.
It’s World Diabetes Day, a day that was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) due to growing concerns about the increasing health threats posed by the disease.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has today launched an unprecedented smart city platform that provides a vast “operating system” for cities.
Hackers continued to target Twitter users today using a set of compromised verified Twitter accounts to promote a Bitcoin scam.
Brexit threatens London’s position as the data capital of Europe, according to a report unveiled at UK data conference Big Data LDN.
Flexible working offices are set to increase by 20% annually over the next five years.
Today, network security company RSA launched its Q3 Fraud Report, a comprehensive look at the current cyber fraud environment and the current threats facing individuals and organisations.
On Monday the pound dropped by almost 1% against the dollar to $1.286 and 0.2% against the euro to €1.142, reflecting the uncertainty of the pound’s future after Brexit.
Despite the UK banking on post-Brexit technology to keep the country’s economy buoyant, experts are sounding the alarm over inadequate education leading to a “brain drain”.
There is a growing awareness of consumers to the value and misuse of their personal data.
The UK tech sector continues to attract migrant workers despite Brexit uncertainty, according to figures released by leading recruitment site Indeed.
Fintech company Centtrip has found that one in five UK medium-sized businesses believe automation will help them compete with their larger rivals.
Customers who stay with their broadband provider could be worse off than those who choose to switch.
New research from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Local Data Company (LDC) revealed that 2,692 stores closed in the first half of 2018, averaging at 14 closures per day.
In the Brexit latest, ThyssenKrupp UK chief executive officer and Chairman Terry Sargeant has described Brexit as a “complete shambles”.
As part of its efforts to inform the public about best practice with antibiotics and the risks involved with their use, the World Health Organisation (WHO) designated one week in November as World Antibiotic Awareness Week.
IT departments are a source of constant change, and this is a serious source of stress, so how can culture hacks help to drive growth?
Research suggests that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day at our current pace of technology.
Most of us have received a scam email at some point in our lives.
An inexpensive way to make products incorporating nano-scale technology has been developed by researchers.
Centaurs used to be the stuff of legend, confined to lessons in classics and our TV screens.
The man behind the DerpTrolling distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on gaming companies including Sony Online Entertainment, Valve and EA has plead guilty in US federal court half a decade after the campaign began.
With a universal familiarity with technology through its seamless integration into their everyday lives, Gen Z has the potential to propel businesses further into the digital era.
Cybersecurity experts have reacted to the recent HSBC data breach, warning that consumer trust is “becoming more fragile”.