Small firms in affected areas lost an average of £1,531 per business amounting to a total of £831m, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) announced.
Like any business relationship, your partnership with your IT provider should be based on trust. But when they insist on speaking some odd variant of Klingon you have a problem.
Ebsta launched on the AppExchange last month and it got off to a good start. It’s not, however, been a completely smooth ride and that has centered around Ebsta marketing the app as “free”.
Why is flexible workspace becoming an increasingly popular choice for UK businesses?
The increase in internet access from a tablet and smartphone has doubled within recent years, so it is essential that we meet the demand for mobile access. But are SMEs capitalising on that number?
With an ever increasing number of businesses recognising social media as a vital tool in their marketing armoury, Sally Rowland, Head of Digital Marketing at Moneypenny, outlines her top tips for success.
The UK service sector has continued to grow in February, supported by a marked increase in new businesses and job creation, according to new survey.
RTI was introduced by HMRC last year to revolutionise how payroll information is reported, and businesses were exempt from penalties in a ‘bedding in’ period throughout 2013. However, that's all about to change.
It’s not easy to second guess exactly why someone wants to invest in your company but you can usually take more than a fair stab at guessing
A brand is fundamentally a promise, both rational (quantitative) and emotional (qualitative). But a promise is only valid if delivered from a sound person, a solid individual. If a person keeps changing, or the promise keeps changing, then there is no value in either.
Forbes' latest breakdown of the world's wealthiest billionaires crowned Bill Gates as once again the world's richest person.
IT related threats are still the greatest concern for organisations, ranking above other threats such as natural disasters, security incidents and industrial disputes, according to new research.