Alex is a technical writer for Firebrand Apprenticeships. Working at the forefront of the IT training industry, Alex uses his insider knowledge to write regularly on IT apprenticeships, education and certification.
For all businesses, both large and small, one of the first steps to trading, both online and offline, is to assign unique identification numbers to your products in the form of a Global Trade Item Number (or GTIN for short). GTINs allow you to unlock all relevant product information to your items, allowing you to successfully list and sell your product, barcode your stock, leverage search engines, manage inventory and even monitor customer satisfaction.
A previous article written by GS1 UK explained what a GTIN is, and the importance of GTINs for businesses.
Technology is taking over the world, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon - but is this good? Or are we potentially moving into dangerous territory, with technology replacing the need for human connection and employability?
Close to one in three small businesses don’t have a cybersecurity strategy in place. With remote working on the rise, this is the time to invest in keeping your teams safe from the crippling cost of dealing with an attack. A new Cybersecurity for SMEs report from Vodafone and Entrepreneurial Britain explains how.
The risk of hacking is higher than ever before as more people work from home. Cyber security training expert and behavioural science specialist, Mark Brown, believes our sloppy online behaviour leaves the door open to hackers.
Leading small and medium enterprise (SME) community network Entrepreneurial Britain has partnered with Vodafone to provide expert cybersecurity guidance to its SME members.
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