While financial technology entrepreneurs have put the UK on the map of late, there is still for banking innovation to shake up dormant service offerings.
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The Amazon Academy event series is returning to help SME owners raise their digital skills game. If you’re looking into exporting and ecommerce, this free event is for you.
David de Min is on a mission to shake up the lucrative video industry, introducing a live video editing app that has secured the approval of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Amazon’s Graeme Smith explains why the innovation culture in Scotland makes Edinburgh one of the best cities in the world to target the digital economy.
Growing businesses are always getting to grips with new technology, but now Amazon Alexa is now providing a way for enterprising companies to access AI.
Following its recent partnership with the Business Growth Fund to support UK SMEs pioneering the hottest new technologies, Kx’s Kevin McGivern talks the importance of these young companies in underpinning UK productivity.
Virtual and augmented reality are hitting the headlines for their ability to propel users into new environments or add new elements to games. But one of the most promising areas to be revolutionised will be the workplace.
The IPSA breach saw private and confidential details regarding MPs – including salaries, working patterns and holiday entitlements – exposed to the public. But it wasn’t a criminal conspiracy. It was an accident.
Babylon, a British digital healthcare service, has raised a $60m investment that will go towards the integration of artificial intelligence (AI).
Customer behaviour has changed markedly over recent years and contact centres have responded with technology that matches the way customers want to interact with businesses.
By 2020, Gartner predicts there will be 20.8 billion data-creating devices connected to the internet, compared to just over six billion in 2016.
Tech Nation’s 2017 report was showcased through a UK tour beginning in Newcastle Upon Tyne. It was at this event Deb McGargle, tech influencer in the UK and US, claimed Boston leaders were coming to Britain to take note from systems and innovations, pegging the nation as an industry influencer.