Data literacy is the ability to read, work with, analyse and argue with data, something that Qlik’s Jordan Morrow believes is becoming of growing importance.
Uber knew it was the victim of a data breach in October 2016, but made no move to notify the proper authorities. Those whose personal details, the likes of names and email addresses, were snatched, weren’t made aware either.
Staff are often the most vital assets any business can have, but they also have the astounding ability to bypass data protection, whether because of revenge or innocent mistake.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that spying on an employee’s Yahoo messenger account is a breach of human rights law which guarantees private communications. But what, exactly, is the significance of this decision?
What happens to a firm’s web analytics data when a potential customer decides to take a phone number from an ad and call? It’s a question answered by Carl Di Cicco, managing director of EMEA, IOVOX.
When it comes to lists about innovative tech locations, it’s perhaps unsurprising that London ranks high. However, it’s by no means the only UK city making waves.
As job site Glassdoor reveals the top 20 companies for work-life balance in the UK, Real Business asks three of them what strategies have been put in place to look after staff.
What some people don’t realise is that every football club operates as any business would: building teams, changing culture, working to a budget, driving revenue and fiercely managing talent.
It is neither unlawful nor unusual for employers to gather and hold information about their employee’s medical condition. However, once obtained, bosses must act responsibly and with caution.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub and A-Z of key business fleet terms, Real World Fuel Economy is our next key topic of consideration.
While GDPR will penalise companies for lengthy terms and conditions, it’s also up to the customer to read them. You may otherwise end up agreeing to clean portaloos.
Ofcom has recently set out its expectations of mobile network providers applying to its spectrum auction in 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz bands – a move it hopes will boost competition and get the world ready for an expected rise in data traffic.