Despite congratulatory headlines of record investment into London startups, those involved in the nurture and scaleup of tech ventures share the view that the UK is becoming increasingly adept at shooting itself in the foot.
The best jobs in the UK for 2020 have been revealed, with the position of enterprise architect taking the top spot.
Digital transformation is an ongoing process for the average business that is likely to be a messy mix of legacy paper processes, in-person interactions, partially digitised systems, and wholly new online solutions to business problems.
As we step into the new year of 2020 and wave goodbye to what has been yet another year of technological evolution, we can only expect there to be even greater shifts in the way we work.
As a new decade dawns, many will be looking for a fresh start by exploring business ideas to set the world alight in 2020.
When I was growing up in Spain, while we were certainly encouraged to consider doing any number of things with our lives, we were never encouraged to become entrepreneurs.
No matter what industry they operate in, progressive companies around the world all have one thing in common: they constantly look for ways of bringing people and technology closer together.
The UK’s artificial intelligence (AI) industry is booming.
In 2019 digital technologies continued to transform enterprises.
As more and more organisations embrace cloud as part of their digital transformation efforts, it is becoming more popular for those organisations to adopt two or more clouds within their infrastructure.
The issue of data privacy has risen dramatically over the past few years, from a fringe concept to a major regulatory concern, particularly with the creation of GDPR.
The Golden Quarter is the most lucrative time of the year for retailers, but, requires a cohesive strategy in place to win wallet-share.
App and software developer Studio Graphene has become the latest company to Brexit-proof itself by launching a strategic office in mainland Europe.
Have you heard the phrase “data is the new oil”?
Freedom of Information requests have revealed that while 95% of English Councils have disabled employees, only 38% have official digital inclusion and IT accessibility strategies in place.
Last year, the Black Friday weekend brought in $6.2bin in online sales, and this is only predicted to be a bigger figure this year.
In the next few years, online returns in the UK will likely increase by 27.3% to reach a total of 5.6 billion pounds by 2023, according to data and analytics firm GlobalData.
UK businesses are steaming ahead to become cloud-only companies, but establishing who is responsible for cloud security in an organisation is struggling to keep pace.
Jobseekers looking for roles in the tech industry are increasingly looking in mainland Europe, while searches in the UK are declining, according to data published today by job site Indeed.
The role of digital workers within organisations is expected to increase by 50% over the next two years as companies wake up to their benefits.
Vodafone Business has announced that it has signed a seven-year agreement with Ryanair to provide communications technology solutions across the low-cost airline’s infrastructure.
Women in tech are being paid £3,000 per year less than men on average in the UK, according to research conducted by job marketplace Hired.
The way global businesses operate changes in the blink of an eye.
An Amazon Web Services (AWS) director has said that if the cloud provider had a “time machine” the company would take a different approach to the security of its most popular cloud product, AWS S3, to prevent customers from accidentally leaking data.
Software developer Magma Digital has warned that gender imbalance in the tech industry could continue to get worse in the future.
The cloud boom that has dominated enterprise technology for the past decade is far from over, with Gartner predicting a dramatic climb in revenue from public cloud services next year.
The responsibility for keeping business data safe has become more spread out among C-level roles, according to research by Big Data LDN.
The world of software has undergone a drastic transformation in recent years.
As technology rapidly changes the way we live and work, the UK can’t afford to take its foot off the pedal.
Today is STEM Day, and according to STEM Learning, the current shortage of employees with STEM skills is costing UK businesses £1.5bn a year in recruitment.