Choosing an IT support services company for your business is a complicated but vital decision. Your support provider has the potential to help your business excel, to maintain a mediocre existence, or in the worst case, actually reduce productivity and profits.
Even in the hypercompetitive era of the ‘Price Comparison Website’, much insurance is the produce of relationships with customers going back several years. So it’s puzzling why most insurers only make one interaction with their customers every year – and in the prescribed regulatory form, an automatic letter at renewal time.
A topic receiving a lot of coverage in the media over the past year has been Big Data and all things data related, and yet we have not really seen the high levels of adoption that was expected. Gartner stated that 42 per cent of businesses will have invested in big data technology within the next year, but there does seem to be a delay in the uptake. Why is this?
It takes hard work creating a successful ecommerce site that customers love to buy from. The site should not only be designed and developed to meet the needs of the user, but the needs of the business too.
The results of a survey from OnePoll and Rexel reveals that 48 per cent of the British public would describe themselves as energy conscious at home, whereas only 20 per cent would say the same about their behavior in the workplace.
The UK economy is missing out on £30bn thanks to a lack of connectivity, according to research published by O2 and the Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR).
Businesses are increasingly showing a positive attitude to employing older workers, despite having to make more allowances for them, according to a new report.
Richard Martin of Central Union Partners can't help but feel FCA intervention should be welcomed.
Last night's Bafta awards showcased the remarkable strength of Britain's world-beating creative industries.
A new Business Support Scheme worth up to £10m is set to help fund SMEs in areas affected by the floods, the Prime Minister announced today.
Retail footfall in January was 1.6 per cent higher than in the same month last year, and shop vacancies have fallen slightly, according to figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
Some 82 per cent of small business employees use work time for personal matters, over a third of them for more than two hours a day.