The UK Government is reportedly exploring making changes to IPO listing rules in order to make the UK more attractive to startups.
Choosing where to base your business is no easy task—whether you’re a large multinational player or a startup of five people.
Innovative technologies are changing the nature of healthcare.
Networks may not have the same sex appeal as other areas of technology, but as the foundation of any business it is crucial that enterprises ensure that they remain fit for purpose.
From email to spreadsheets, there are many ways in which technology has made our working lives easier.
We know that when our staff feel truly part of something, great things happen.
The need for digital transformation has changed the mentality of decision makers who are now eager to benefit from the many advantages cloud services can bring to overall business operations.
Hitachi Vantara, a subsidiary of Japanese tech giant Hitachi, has unveiled a new data centre that it claims to be the “fastest NVMe [Non-Volatile Memory Express] array on the planet”.
Today is World Mental Health Day, a day promoting mental health education and awareness.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) means that future in-demand skills will be decreasingly technical and increasingly emotive, creating a “feeling economy”, according to research.
KFC UK & Ireland is rolling out upgraded kitchen management tech in a bid to better handle its growing range of digital platforms.
When it comes to starting or developing a career in information technology (IT), Manchester is the best place in the UK, according to a study into IT careers published today.
Cloud content management company Box has launched a new content security product to assist in preventing accidental data leakages and “help enterprises secure their most important information”.
The majority of UK businesses now consider an education in tech to be of greater importance than science and maths, with specialisms in the field now being seen as a vital factor in hiring decisions.
The uptake of artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to create 133 million new jobs globally and “drastically change” the UK job market in the coming years, according to a new report.
Huawei rotating chairman Guo Ping doesn’t give interviews often, so when a small group of journalists from UK publications, including Verdict, were given the chance to ask him questions at a media roundtable in Shenzhen, China, it was a rare and valuable opportunity to hear the thoughts of one of the Chinese tech giant’s most
As new internet of things devices appear to enter the market almost daily, it would appear that consumers’ appetite for new tech is healthy.
Apple has been ranked the best tech sector employer in the UK, according to data published by job site Indeed.
The current retail climate is dominated with headlines warning that the death of the high street could be imminent, and with 106,000 retail jobs lost between March 2016 and 2019, it is easy to see why.
Global fast food giant McDonald’s has announced that it will begin supporting voice-based job applications on Amazon Alexa.
The data centre has outlived its name.
Facebook has announced that it is expanding its startup accelerator programme to support businesses developing technologies that have a “positive impact on the world.” The third edition of Facebook’s London Accelerator programme will be open to startups across Europe, the Middle East and Africa for the first time.
The benefits of working in the cloud – from improved productivity to reduced costs – are well known by enterprises.
Workplace messaging platform Slack has today announced plans to introduce data residency settings to the platform, which will allow users to choose where in the world their data is stored and ensure they are meeting the demands of regulators.
Data scientists are concerned about the UK’s level of statistical literacy – the basic understanding of what statistics mean and how they relate to a given situation – and the impact it is having on how residents understand major news stories.
The Spring/Summer ‘20 leg of New York Fashion Week (NYFW) kicked off this week, with highly anticipated runway shows using a range of technology to bring a digital experience to the physical catwalk.
Hyundai Motor Group has developed an industrial exoskeleton that functions as a wearable robot to improve the comfort and safety of its factory workers.
The news that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend parliament has sent shockwaves around the UK political sphere, with the prospect of the longest suspension of parliament in 400 years looming.
The widespread adoption of a hybrid cloud model – using a mixture of on-premises and third-party clouds – is in full effect.
Natwest and RBS customers have been left without access to their online accounts after the two banks were hit by IT issues.