HR executives who use video at work today say they will prefer video collaboration over email as their top method of business communication within three years.
It’s Saturday night and you’re out to paint the town red, but at some point disaster strikes and you run out of cash. It’s safe to assume that the fun is probably over, and you end up calling it a night.
From ripped-apart Mars probers to almost causing World War III, here are eight of the biggest, and often disastrous, technology blunders.
Today we're pleased to announce the shortlists for the FDs' Excellence Awards for service providers.
The campaign to increase board room diversity needs to focus on the commercial advantage candidates bring to business, according to headhunters from executive search firms.
E-retail has recorded an 18 per cent annual increase, equating to an estimated £7.2bn spent online as a result of the severe wet weather that slowed down high street sales in February, according to new research.
If a US-style SBA organisation is established in the UK after the next election – a proposal which has certainly divided opinion, we should ensure it is not simply a replica of the much-criticised US system, says Shalini Khemka.
Recent research reveals that just one in ten people feel more positive about their job as a result of the improving economy. This sentiment has a significant impact on motivation levels within a business – an issue which many organisations should be planning to address.
Jon Milton, business development director of Comensura, says that small businesses should take advantage of what's on offer.
Four businesses have been awarded over £4m to spur on innovation in lowering costs of generating offshore wind energy, climate change minister Greg Barker announced today.
There are hundreds of books, guides and courses which should help the financially savvy and the tyro business alike.
As the internet celebrates its 25th birthday its social impacts are becoming clearer. The rapid increase of virtual working is one. Virtual relationships are transforming how we work, but will their long term impact give rise to as many problems as solutions?