Canon UK, leader in imaging solutions, has identified a gap in communication and understanding between those making office IT purchasing decisions and the needs of end-users. The division, outlined in a new pan-European study into office technology trends, threatens to limit the value organisations are able to glean from long-term IT investments.
Gone are the days where the Lions tour was a group of leading amateur rugby players heading off to the Southern Hemisphere for three months with little more than a coaching team and kit man. Today's tours are as professional as they come and include technology partnerships.
While the Smartphone sales market has remained relatively stable to date this year as compared to last, increases in share of sales for iOS (up 2.3 percentage points) and Windows (an increase of 1.8 percentage points) have seen these platforms growing slightly faster than Android (up 1.4 percentage points), year on year, according to data released today by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
UK businesses are set to benefit from a £14.7 million investment to develop 3D printing projects, Business Secretary Vince Cable announced today (Thursday).
The Technology Strategy Board has launched a competition to find 20 of the UK’s most promising clean technology companies to take part in a mission to Brazil.
CIOs across the country are confident the work they’re doing behind the scenes to integrate IT systems will create a more agile workforce, deliver the benefits of flexible working practises and foster more engagement and collaboration between employees.
Independent research commissioned by TalkTalk Business reveals that small changes to a company’s digital identity – including email and web addresses or phone numbers – could result in significantly more business opportunities for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
According to a new forecast from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker, tablet shipments are expected to grow 58.7% year over year in 2013 reaching 229.3 million units, up from 144.5 million units last year.
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.