Small companies need to be able to act like larger companies to compete in a highly competitive marketplace. Increasingly, companies are embracing technologies such as cloud computing, VOIP, Skype and video conferencing to improve their responsiveness, support their consultants working remotely and expand their businesses.
Communications, analysis of 55 major UK organisations across private and public sectors has found that 51 percent have failed to comply with the legislation and are still potentially breaching user privacy, risking heavy fines of up to £500,000.
Businesses must protect against cyber crime
Yahoo! promises not to 'screw Tumblr up'
With politicians looking to improve the number of women in boardrooms, the number of women entering male dominated sectors such as IT is falling.
Silicon Milkroundabout, the leading jobs fair for the tech startup scene, and job search engine Adzuna, have revealed new figures that show that there are more jobs than ever before in the UK’s tech startup scene.
Eugene Kaspersky, CEO and co-founder of Kaspersky Lab, is urging greater collaboration between the UK government and the private sector to address the very real and potentially devastating threat of cyberwarfare and the consequent risks posed to critical infrastructure.
Social media is often the first place we here of news in today's society, with Twitter being the hub of breaking news, both good and bad. The shocking and tragic news of the bombings at the Boston Marathon was no different.
Independent IT security service provider SecureData, has announced the launch of new independent research which looks at the impact of 4G technology on remote access and the future of the workforce.
On 8th April 2014 Microsoft will end 13 years of support for Windows XP, but are businesses prepared?