A new report from rationalisation experts Camwood reveals that, in the wake of recent XP migrations, and with the accelerating pace of change in the IT department, IT directors and managers now see near constant change and migration projects as the new norm in the near future.
While impressive growth in engineering vacancies is indicative of the Government’s commitment to the UKs infrastructure network, APSCo data reveals that future projects – including HS2 and the expansion of Heathrow – risk being scuppered by a lack of available talent.
Social media and mobile use give us a treasure hoard of insights about our general habits as a community, so it’s only inevitable that we find numerous surveys about the two platforms based on one of the most popular categories: gender difference.
People have talked about the paperless office for years; yet with recent figures suggesting only one per cent have achieved this, it raises the question of why.
Britain's small and medium businesses are feeling confident and expect to increase job numbers and capital spending substantially over the next twelve months, according to research released today.
Consumers will be purchasing more devices in 2014, however, there is a greater substitution toward lower cost and more basic devices than seen in prior years.
Today marks the beginning of Export Week, a series of events aimed at encouraging businesses to get involved in international trade.
Two of the government's flagship export finance schemes have helped no businesses at all since being announced two years ago, Labour's shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has said.
Another positive sign that the economy is improving appeared at the end of last week from the UK’s high streets.
Commercial office spaces account for 11 per cent of the UK’s energy consumption. This figure may not seem excessive, but in the grand scheme of things, it’s causing a huge amount of damage to the environment.
More small businesses are showing more of an appetite to export than ever before, claims research released by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) today.