Accessing IT services and software applications via private and public clouds is becoming widely accepted by growing businesses. However, there isn’t much in the way of silver linings when things stop working, which they tend to do from time to time.
Engaged customers are usually better advocates of the brand and are more loyal and more profitable, according to Gartner.
Augmented reality and the use of smart glasses is set to become an essential tool for many businesses in the near future, according to a new report by the Chartered Institute for IT (BCS).
Sharron Gunn, executive director of ICAEW, discusses breaking the accountancy glass ceiling.
Lord Livingston will call for a speedy conclusion to an EU-Canada trade agreement benefitting British firms by £1.3bn a year, as he begins a three day visit to Canada today.
With Intellectual Property (IP) accounting for over eighty per cent of the value of world stock markets compared to just 20 per cent based on physical assets, IP is becoming a more valuable asset than ever.
Global investment in financial-technology has more than tripled from £561m in 2008 to almost £1.8bn in 2013.
Filling processes for employee share schemes and online self-certification are to be launched by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Budget day saw George Osborne announce backing for apprenticeship schemes – marking real recognition from the Government on the benefits of apprenticeships for employers and jobseekers alike.
The word attraction describes the condition of being drawn and so client attraction is about creating the conditions so that your clients are drawn to you naturally.
The future explosion in the number of intelligent devices will create a network rich with information that allows supply chains to assemble and communicate in new ways.
Professor Walter Van Dyck of Vlerick Business School says retail banks are some of the slowest innovators. He suggests there are three crucial steps these institutions need to take to keep ahead of the innovation curve.