Organisations may be getting excited about the potential strategic value of big data, yet the reality for most business users is that data explosion equals data frustration. For all but the most disturbingly organised individuals, essential document resources are not easy to locate; files are dragged and dropped into the wrong folder and email is typically highly disorganised.
A former City Analyst, Adam is the CEO and co-founder of PetShopBowl.co.uk
Small businesses and mega-corporations alike are finding loyal customers through a medium that, just ten years ago, few people thought of as a useful channel for online marketing.
The UK trade deficit for goods – the gap between imports and exports – grew to its highest level in almost a year in September, sparking claims that not enough is being done to shift the economy towards more exports.
The economy may be doing better, but small firms are still seeing their costs rise, holding their own recovery back.
As the opening bell rings on Twitter’s much anticipated IPO and all eyes looking at how it can appeal to advertisers without alienating users, Jon Myers comments on the monetisation challenge that Twitter now faces.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt could receive a £17m windfall from the sale of the education listings company he founded.
With the property market picking up steam, customers are at a high point for the entire UK furniture industry.
The debate over migration becomes ever more heated, but it’s business as usual for employers who recruit migrants to get the expertise and talent they cannot source from within the UK.
Former TV Dragon Doug Richard says that membership of a reformed EU is vital for British businesses.
Open-air swimming pool. Gigantic climbing wall. Indoor football pitch. Sound like the facilities at an Olympic training centre? It’s actually a (very brief) description of Google’s new one million square foot London office.