Verdict Magazine Issue 3 is now out, and with the coronavirus redefining the world around us, it couldn’t be at a stranger time.
While the coronavirus has hit the bottom lines of many companies, it has also had an impact on some of those in the tech for good space, including London-based Food Drop.
Job vacancies in London dropped by 23% during the week ending 10 May.
The uncertain and fast-changing nature of the Covid-19 pandemic is an uncomfortable rollercoaster ride for business leaders.
Nine out of ten people want the option of working from home at least once a week after Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
As part of lockdown measures, schools in the UK have been shut since 20 March, with the exception of children of key workers and vulnerable children.
Software-defined networking in a wide area network, or SD-WAN, has become the new buzzword shaking up the industry as it promises optimised user experience and reduced cost.
The move toward greater corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been taking place for quite some time.
Recruitment for permanent technology roles has fallen by 57% in London during the coronavirus pandemic, according to recruitment firm talent.io.
Cybersecurity provider Bridgeway Security Solutions has launched a new initiative to provide hospital patients with access to phones to communicate with loved ones during the Covid-19 lockdown.
When Covid-19 forced businesses such as cinemas to close, it didn’t just impact those companies.
Video conferencing platform Zoom has partnered with speech-to-text transcription app Otter.ai to support live transcriptions of meetings.
It’s hard to overstate the impact the Covid-19 coronavirus has had on the fitness industry.
The current Covid-19 pandemic is heralding a seismic shift in the way businesses work.
When it comes to the future of work, the conversation over the past few years has been increasingly focused on a desire for greater flexibilty.
Layoffs in response to the economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus are either expected or have begun happening at 44% of companies, according to a survey conducted by Verdict.
The sudden shift to mass working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic has raised a host of issues for businesses, but one of the more intangible is the very real damage it can have to company culture.
So much has been written about UK productivity, and more often than not reports are negative.
Martin Rudd is the CTO of Telesoft, a UK-headquartered cybersecurity agency that specialises in protecting high volume traffic networks, such as those belonging to governments.
The coronavirus is affecting businesses right around the world.
Kingsley Hughes-Morgan is EMEA CTO of AppDynamics, an application performance monitoring company owned by Cisco.
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and ongoing lockdown measures that have been implemented in many countries have changed shopping habits.
The impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus on business operations is undoubtedly severe, but the true extent of it is still being realised.
Workplace instant messaging platform Slack has seen a surge in use as the coronavirus pandemic has forced around 20% of the world’s population into lockdown.
As the UK gets to grips with a lockdown to curb the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, delivery services are more important than ever, and insurtech startup Zego is playing a small but vital role.
Self isolating employees from the UK’s fintech sector have developed a tool to support self-employed workers during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
When it comes to industry fallout from the coronavirus, few are being hit harder than events, and for festival ticketing startup Festicket, it’s a very real challenge.
Among the top tech firms worldwide, Apple has seen the biggest drop in terms of its leadership within the consumer electronics sector as a result of the Covid-19 coronavirus, according to research by GlobalData published today.
Craig Stewart is the CTO of SnapLogic, a software company that provides Integration Platform as a Service tools for connecting cloud data sources, SaaS applications and on-premises business software applications.
The Covid-19 coronavirus has caused widespread upheaval for businesses in the UK, and among those is fintech startup TrueLayer.