Hyper Island has released its findings from an international survey, which polled over 500 top leaders, revealing a surprising picture of the most desirable qualities in the leaders and workers of tomorrow.
For many businesses up and down the country, Windows XP has been an integral part of any office over the last 12 years. But technology has evolved significantly over this time and 8 April – when XP is ending – presents many business owners with a great opportunity to upgrade their technology as Britain becomes increasingly digital.
With economic confidence continuing to improve, there is a growing appetite within businesses to push forward change projects.
Are you an employer? Then this article is essential reading for you, because a considerable change is underway that will have a large impact on all businesses that employ workers in the UK.
Britain won seven out of ten track cycling gold medals in the London Olympics. British Cycling’s performance director, Dave Brailsford, appeared on BBC Breakfast on the last day of the Olympic track competition and gave the game away about how his team were winning so much – it was all about ‘marginal gains’.
Amendments to the terms and conditions governing registrations of .uk domain names such as .co.uk and .org.uk will be changed from 4 May, to formalise procedures for suspending domain names used to carry out online crime.
By 2015, more than one third of the world’s workforce will be mobile, according to the analyst firm IDC.
Kathleen Saxton is CEO and founder of The Lighthouse Company
UK universities now generate £73bn in output, up 24 per cent from 2009, according to new figures.
Face to face contact remains the preferred way for professionals to network, despite the increasing availability of online networking tools, according to new research.
Britain's small and medium businesses are putting their growth at risk because of a technology 'blind spot', new research has revealed.
The word “amazing” seems to be used pretty loosely these days to describe many things, most of which often turn out to be disappointingly mediocre, but in the case of your brain, there is no other word that comes close to describing it.