Expectation of technology efficiency has become engrained within the 21st century psyche. Software development has therefore become an essential investment for businesses, to ensure customer satisfaction and the smooth running of company processes. There are a number of essential factors that you need to know about software development in the continually evolving digital landscape. It […]
The buzzterm “digital transformation” has found itself in the sports industry as Manchester United became the latest customer signed by IT services company HCL Technologies.
A new month, a new data breach. This time the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), a major U.S. government agency, had to reveal that on top of an initial breach of 4.2 million personal records, an additional 15 million records may have been compromised, holding detailed background investigations information. The implications for both compromised employees and the wider government infrastructure are significant.
The features and functionality on offer within CRM may have changed beyond recognition over the past few decades but to what end? The truth is that user adoption – or lack of it – remains a huge, yet unspoken, problem. It is time to face up to the elephant in the room.
Although cloud computing is still in its first flush of youth, it’s continually evolving at a fast pace and has made a large impact on the modern business – as has its cousin, cloud-based software as a service (SaaS). Many organisations are actively considering adopting the cloud, with Gartner predicting cloud computing as one of the ten strategic technology trends for 2015.
Estimates on the economic cost of a Tube strike vary, but a recent estimate from London think tank Cebr suggests it could wipe £10 million from the city’s economy. Yet this cost doesn’t have to be passed onto your business. Thanks to the rise of the digital economy and associated technologies, remote working has never been easier.
Do what you love. Love what you do. And while you might be doing just that, accounting is probably not among the things you love. Dancing or baking might be your calling, but you’re likely to find yourself spending more time on bookkeeping, if you are like many business owners. It’s here that an easy-to-use accounting software can help you by doing most of the heavy lifting, so you can get back to your passion.
Payroll is often regarded as a cog within the wheel of business; a back-office process that should run like clockwork. Yet, like any business function, it’s rarely glitch-free. Payroll is complex and comes with a raft of challenges as well as legislative changes to adhere to.
Companies across the UK receive a daily influx of payments-related documents from business partners, suppliers and customers. Each day the data tide continues to rise, making it difficult for organisations to keep the massive amount of data under control. To effectively deal with growing numbers of invoices and other payments documents, companies must ensure information travels through the right channels and is processed as quickly as possible.
The recently announced release of the Windows 10 operating system (OS) in July this year could spell potential havoc for enterprise IT departments.
Cloud-based accounting is one of the most effective innovations for small and medium businesses. It helps them work smarter and faster, provides a better view of finances and improves team collaboration.