Trusteer compiles what the most dangerous malware trends for 2014 will be.
Unsurprisingly, the percentage of CEOs that come from sales significantly lags those with a finance, operations or even a marketing background.
A good affiliate programme can be the making of a retailer, but get it wrong and you risk damaging your relationship with the affiliates.
We rely on our professional advisers to add value and protect our businesses from risk. Sometimes, however, we are let down, and suffer financial loss or reputational damage and think our adviser is to blame. Individuals or businesses in this situation might be reluctant to look into the issues. There may be a feeling of embarrassment at having let the situation develop, or uncertainty as to whether the advice really was inadequate.
The big buzzword in IT at the moment is cloud computing. Why have all your data and programmes on one computer when they can be stored “up in the cloud” so that you can access them from any computer? For SMEs, many of whom do not have large, well resourced IT departments the cloud has other advantages.
I went to a Think Asia, Think Hong Kong event earlier this week. Towards the end of the session, one of the delegates stood up and asked how Hong Kong compares with Singapore. This is obviously a very relevant question for many SMEs looking to expand into Asia.
Some 27 per cent of Brits have had up to three work devices lost or stolen on the London Underground, with over half out drinking when it happened.
Garrett O'Hare on making Agribarn.com, the one-stop shop for outdoor lifestyle, the number one outdoor retailer online.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is about how companies conduct themselves. Not just big companies, all companies. It’s about how businesses align their values and behaviour with the expectations and needs of stakeholders, and gives voice to corporate culture.
Large public sector outsourcing companies aren’t meeting their obligations to subcontract a quarter of their business to SMEs.
At this time of year, ecommerce merchants are frantically working on sprucing up their web design and advertising campaigns ready for the big Christmas rush. This is all well and good, but if one of your servers goes down or your website crashes at a critical time, all the sweat and tears that has gone into optimising your site and making it easy to use will have been a complete waste.
High street Landlords are greedy, have it too good in the eyes of the law and are causing retailers unnecessary distress. With them it’s a one way street!