With the advent of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union as well as the findings of firms such as Cambridge Analytics that even major companies are not protecting our data as they should, data security is at the forefront of many people’s minds.
Supply chain resilience has been sorely tested by Covid-19.
With the massive economic downturn brought on by the recent pandemic, many British business owners have their hands full securing new lines of investment and diversifying revenue streams as much as possible.
While the phrase ‘smart home’ evokes visions of futuristic devices with blue LED lights, much of our everyday technology was once considered ‘smart’.
Your smartphone is capable of much more than simply chatting with your loved ones or posting selfies on social media.
As a leading data analytics player in the global water market, Innovyze has built a reputation for creating best-in-class modelling software.
Ethereum: it sounds like a mineral in a sci-fi film.
NS Media Group’s inaugural Virtual CIO Symposium – by NS Tech, CBR and the New Statesman – will feature leading CIO speakers from BEIS, Sainsbury’s, the British Red Cross and SSE Energy Services discussing the impact technology is having on business, government and society on the afternoon of Thursday 23 April.
China is a country which has a vast population and has always been a big player in the technology industry.
Data privacy is one of the biggest issues facing Big Tech companies.
Incredible as it sounds in this digital age, for many industries print and postage is still the only way to get legally critical documents moved around.
PROMOTED RESEARCH: The costs and complexity of implementing blockchain technology will mean that the excitement surrounding it will recede this coming year, and many projects will either be put on hold or swapped out in favour of an operation which does not rely on the technology.
The motor industry is changing at an unprecedented rate.
Frustrated after nearly a year of legislative impotence and threatened with the imminent loss of campaign contributions if promised tax cuts were not delivered by the end of 2017, the final two months of 2017 saw Congress’ slender Republican majority hastily cobble together and then enact a ‘tax reform’ package.
It’s rare that humble US tax professionals can expect much attention outside our small circle of clients and colleagues, but in the aftermath of the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2017 (TCJA) in December, US tax remains a big issue.
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London property has always been a major source of government tax revenue contributing disproportionately to receipts of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), Capital gains Tax (CGT)) and Inheritance Tax (IHT) -- with it often being suggested that IHT especially has become a tax only payable by those living in London.
The so-called Big Six framework for future tax legislation was published on 27 September 2017 by a group of congressional Republican leaders and White House officials.
US president Donald Trump and the Republican Congress have managed to achieve what they promised.
Governments have adopted new tax and trade policies to try to restart economic growth.
Unilever CEO Paul Polman believes businesses must rethink their models and governments should use tax policies to underpin future growth.
There are clear economic benefits to our interconnected global economy.