From the CIA developed Logic Bomb to 15 year-old Michael Calce who earned the name of MafiaBoy, here are history's biggest attacks done with nothing more than a keyboard and the internet.
Every individual has their own unique qualities that they bring to the workplace. Whether they’re an introvert or an extrovert, the office environment wouldn’t be the same without them. As with any walk of life, however, there is always the opportunity for personal development, be it improving awareness and identity or enhancing talents and potential.
As your company grows it’s important to make sure you’re communicating effectively with your workforce. Not so easy when there’s 10, 20 or 30 of you, compared to the five you started with.
Most businesses are familiar with cloud computing. With its “on-demand pay-as-you-go” model, the cloud delivers agility, scalability, drives down costs and offers the convenience of anywhere access. However, there is a compelling case for organisations to venture further, utilising “Platform as a Service” (PaaS) to further accelerate innovation.
Last week, Business Secretary Vince Cable declared that the Government’s Funding for Lending Scheme was not working. He warned that the Treasury had to make considerable changes to the scheme to boost lending unless financing to credit-starved small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Britain shows imminent improvement. His call to action was underpinned by figures, also out last week, which revealed that mortgage levels had soared to a five year high, as consumer confidence returned.
Away days: a free day off work An opportunity to beat colleagues to a pulp in some pointless, macho game Or your worst social nightmare
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As the busy holiday season takes hold, many businesses will be hiring temporary workers. But how can you keep them motivated in their work
GrowthAccelerator, the government-backed scheme which coaches small going companies, has signed up its 10,000th client.
Businesses face disruption and costs to replace dissatisfied staff as economy improves.
SMEs will drive an expected boost in business confidence says the ICAEW, in support of UK’s first Small Business Saturday taking place this weekend.
As David Cameron tours China promoting UK businesses, it will come as welcome news for the Prime Minister that "Brand Britain" is more valuable than ever.