Moore’s Law may describe one of the most important drivers of tech over the last few decades – but for some time there has been a view that it is set to come to an end. A new technology advance may give Moore’s Law a new boost.
It’s not always just the big bold technology projects that deliver value to organisations. Readily available technology can simplify the working day significantly for your workforce and have an enormous impact on a business’ bottom line. There are several ways companies can utilise technology to increase their overall net earnings, reduce costs and improve staff […]
Posted on 7th October 2016 in Technology.
The technology industry is still failing to tackle its diversity crisis, according to new research by Tech London Advocates.
Google did an Apple yesterday, announcing new phones. It also announced a new speaker that could mark a pretty radical step for artificial intelligence.
Presentations play a key role in the success of global organisations, with the majority of employees believing that there is a wider impact of presenting well, including helping build a personal reputation and winning new business.
Many organisations consider cloud primarily as a means of removing cost from their business – which is certainly one of its potential benefits. However, moving applications to the cloud also provides an opportunity to improve productivity and increase business profitability.
Posted on 4th October 2016 in Technology.
The UK creative industries contribute £84.1 billion to the economy and are growing almost twice as quickly as the rest of the economy. For businesses in this market, there is an increased focus on productivity and efficiency — particularly as deadlines and budgets become tighter.
Starting a home-based business can be a daunting prospect for entrepreneurs. Many step away from a career in a different industry to pursue a passion, often without a clear indication of whether they can succeed in their new venture.
Posted on 3rd October 2016 in Technology.
Human Resources or HR as it’s commonly referred to, has always been of critical importance to organisations of all sizes. The HR department plays a key role in the company’s bottom line because HR doesn’t just issue contracts or the dreaded P45s; it actually has a pivotal role to play within the business.
Not many businesses or organisations can turn the sign on the door to ‘closed’, switch off the lights and forget about work until the following morning. In today’s world most business need to be ‘always on’, even when their business premises are locked up for the night.