The average UK office worker wastes at least 21 days each year due to slow or inefficient technology, more than the average amount of annual leave.
The growing trend of ‘shadow IT’, fuelled by the purchasing of cloud services by staff, outside of corporate IT, is creating severe operational risks, by compromising cost, control and security throughout organisations. Darron Edwards, explains that to prevent this, companies should employ a strong hybrid IT model that enables them to explore the benefits of […]
It is an undeniable fact that in today’s digital world, we are all pretty much reliant on information technology and the Internet to run our businesses. It is also a fact that it is not ‘if’ – but ‘when’ will our IT Infrastructure and Business Applications be under attack?
How many times do you use your mobile phone to remind you of a birthday or the date of an important event? It’s probably quite a lot isn’t it? Well don’t worry, because you’re not alone, as 79% of European adults are more reliant on digital devices to access information than they were five years […]
On daily basis, we’re seeing new innovations being released that are transforming our businesses. Email took over from post, VOIP calls have taken over from the telephone, and instant messaging has replaced the water-cooler gossip (or spread it further!).
A supportive government, access to top talent and a robust technology infrastructure have all played a part in London’s historical position as a global powerhouse for financial services, and now its modern counterpart, fintech. In the current economic climate, increasingly countries across the world are trying to take advantage of this, and improve their own […]
It can be hard work running a business all on your own. It can often feel like you’re constantly juggling and it’s only a matter of time before you let a ball drop. But it doesn’t always have to feel like that. You could delegate tasks out to contractors, hire a new employee, or use […]
A lot can happen in two years. By 2018 we are expected to have witnessed the first human head transplant, Adobe Flash is predicted to be no more, the UK may or may not have left the EU and the flow of data into organisations will have increased by as much as five-fold, according […]
The EU is changing copyright rules so that publishers of news can demand fees from the likes of Google and Facebook for showing snippets of their original content.
Concerns about privacy online have exploded in the last couple of years. When services began moving online anxieties emerged around personal identity theft, which saw people forced to use more complex passwords on websites where they would be inputting personal information. Then security questions appeared to add an extra layer of protection, and now passwords […]
The launch of 4G networks in the UK was a major turning point for businesses and consumers. It dramatically improved reliability when employees worked remotely, allowed independent, small businesses to modernise with 4G-powered payment terminals and made online services faster and more accessible for consumers on the move. Last year, the proportion of 4G users […]