Five steps to tackling data in order to ignite conversations with consumers.
While 78 per cent of UK employees and IT leaders identify voice as the most critical form of business communication, the performance of the technologies and networks that support this critical communication channel is far from perfect.
When employees have a grievance against their current or ex employer, business information can often end up in the crossfire, putting both business and employee at risk of fines, loss of reputation or even imprisonment.
The reality is that business life is a series of setbacks that need to be overcome and navigated and so your staff need to be brilliant at problem solving, according to CEO Lisa Hammond.
After a disappointing IPO, Facebook has clawed things back with a surge in mobile advertising revenue.
Jo Haigh shares her experience of the frustration of dealing with the minutiae of a critical deal.
There is certainly a chill for SMEs this Halloween, as many find themselves stuck between the living and the dead, zombie businesses who find themselves unable to generate funding and leading to stagnation, loss of key assets or even insolvency.
Gary Davie says that founders looking for an exit should consider an employee-owned model.
Guido Schulz says that those willing to transact in Chinese Renminbi can gain an edge when exporting.
A recent RBS report identified several overseas markets which UK companied could take greater advantage of.
In a world where a staggering 25 per cent of all internet usage is focused on social networks, businesses must learn how to utilise various social media channels in order to engage with their target audience.
The European ruling on the re-sell of software licences was expected to cause a stir – but then very little happened. What’s going on now? Paul Sheehan gives his view…