Technology has changed the world as we know it.
31% of business leaders do not trust their own organisation to effectively comply with GDPR, according to research published today by Dell Technologies.
Despite fears that a no-deal Brexit could damage UK startup prospects, many of the UK’s cities are now emerging as hubs for tech and other cutting-edge areas of business.
“An airplane requires a specific authorisation to fly.
For most people, the holiday season meant enjoying time off with family and friends.
Whilst the battle for market share between Android and iOS remains as fierce as ever, the demand for the latest Apple handset seems to be slowing.
Some 80% of decision makers in technology and engineering businesses believe that there is a talent gap in the industry, pointing to the high percentage of job candidates for open positions that lack the skills required to perform the role.
Cloud content management company Box has launched a UK content storage zone to ensure organisations can meet data regulations post-Brexit.
In the year that the #MeToo movement highlighted the problem of harassment in the workplace, a renewed focus on the issue of diversity was a defining feature of 2018.
A Tinder-style app called The Crowd has launched that lets students, faculty and staff at universities pitch their business ideas to investors.
In the future, the success factors that will separate winners from losers in an increasingly competitive manufacturing landscape will extend far beyond the ability to manufacture products.
Leading ride hailing service Uber has announced a Clean Air Fee for its services in London that will see passengers pay 15p extra per mile.
The efficiency of the UK workforce is falling and the message to business is to embrace technology and retain the best employees.
Automating administrative and other manual tasks could save human resources (HR) professionals over a day every working week, according to a poll on HR automation.
Technological advancements are expected to reshape most industries, leading to a changing workforce, different management practices and streamlined workflow.
For the first time ever, online retail giant Amazon has become the largest publicly traded company, in terms of market cap.
Few companies have quite invested in the future like SoftBank, a Japanese telecommunications company turned global tech investor.
Having undergone a modern makeover and unleashed its advanced analytics platform Vantage in the past six months, database and analytics provider Teradata has successfully transformed itself from an outdated data warehouse appliance company into a leading business data analytics company.
In the UK we’re facing a productivity challenge both in our work and personal lives, and though we’re continually informed that technology is there to make our lives easier, are we using it to our best ability when it comes to increasing productivity?
A treasure trove of historic organisation data will boost productivity in 2019, as businesses wake up to the benefits of incorporating artificial intelligence and machine learning into their workforce management practices.
As the new year rolls around, many will now be going back to work after the festive period.
The new year is a time when many of us ponder a career change, but with automation and declining industries threatening many roles, how can you be sure you’re considering future-proof jobs?
Despite the uncertainty that Brexit has brought on the business world, advancements in a range of emerging technologies will offer exciting new opportunities for potential startups in 2019.
2018 has been an exciting year, with big development in how companies are using data and technology to transform customer experience.
You would be hard pressed to find a sector more dynamic and innovative than tech.
It is an age-old question: “Am I too old to change career?” According to The Recruit Venture Group over-45s are the most likely age group to think it is too late to change careers, but strangely 10% of 18 to 24-year-olds also believe it is too late to change.
As Brexit uncertainty continues, the cabinet has accelerated preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
Businesses are beginning to invest in technology, with 25% of European businesses planning to spend on emerging technologies by 2020.
With Artificial Intelligence (AI) expected to become increasingly central to business organisations over the next year, the landscape of the workplace is changing.
The rise of machine learning is due to impact almost every industry to some degree over the next few years, with the presence of artificial intelligence set to transform the workplace forever.