Founded in 2003 by Mark Flanagan, who remains managing director of the business, Shieldyourself has garnered itself a reputation for exceptional quality standards – something that was reflected in its attainment of a Commendation for Excellence in 2014. We quizzed Flanagan about how the use of software and apps has enabled the company to beat away the competition.
Tech & Innovation
Neil Kinson, VP EMEA, Redwood Software, discusses how the robotics revolution needn’t signal the end of a human workforce as we know it.
Over the past decade, organisations have stepped up their defences against criminal activity. With a commitment to protecting customers and their data, businesses are increasingly improving this line of defence as cyber attacks grow more sophisticated.
There is more pressure on market leaders to be innovative now than ever before. We are living through a period of seismic change and getting used to seeing highly disruptive and innovative new entrants destroy incumbent businesses and turn whole categories upside down.
South Korean mobile giant Samsung wants to restructure its internal operations in a bid to create a startup culture and, while it sounds like the corporate equivalent of a mid-life crisis, it actually makes sense.
It is most likely that an in-house team of experts carry out R&D perhaps with assistance from focus groups or market research but most of the time companies look inwards for inspiration. This can be restrictive and often leads to new products being evolutionary rather than revolutionary.
Access and identity management as a concept and solution set has gone from little known to a must-have throughout the past five years, and here’s how it’s set to change in the future.
The developers who built your favourite websites aren’t all just 24/7 coding maniacs; they know how to have a little fun, too! And with it being Easter, we've decided to unveil some of the most imaginative online hidden eggs.
We’ve taken a look at how gamification will make wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) a key part of every business.
Digital technologies can bring a whole host of advantages for businesses: transforming customer experience, offering new services, entering new markets and streamlining operations, to name a few.
Without data, management is done by gut – in the same way that Sunday League football managers use instinct when coaching, while Premier League managers rely on data, including TV replays and more. And it is data that will solve the UK’s skills gap problem.
Being a professional in a consumer-facing industry can feel like standing in the path of an avalanche – a constant stream of new products, services, campaigns and more pour into the marketplace every day. Meanwhile, the expectations of your customers cycle ever higher.