The UK’s small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) believe that the availability of better technology will be the most important contributor for business growth next year, according to according to research from Barclays Business.
Nearly half (46%) of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) online retailers have improved their mobile shopping experience prior to the festive season, according to Royal Mail.
If you’re looking at the calendar today and thinking it might be a good time to put up the Christmas decorations in the office, you may want to leave the fairy lights off the tree this year. Communications regulator Ofcom has warned that fairy lights could in fact slow your WiFi speeds.
The number of start-ups setting up in the Silicon Roundabout area has fallen by more than a third in the last year as companies are priced out of the area by rising rents, according to research by UHY Hacker Young, the national accountancy group.
The number of broadband connections in Africa will hit one billion by 2020, according to forecasts research firm Ovum.
“Fast broadband” will be a legal right for homes and businesses by 2020, the government has pledged. A “universal service obligation” will give the public and businesses a legal right to expect affordable broadband. The law will put fast broadband in the same bracket as utilities like water and electricity.
Posted on 9th November 2015 in Tech.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) risk being disqualified from bidding for new contracts because of the lack of importance they are placing on looking after their valuable client data, according to KPMG.
Posted on 2nd November 2015 in Tech.