It goes without saying that social media is now ubiquitous and ever-changing, but with the law ruling that employers can be held vicariously liable for the actions of employees, what can businesses do to protect themselves from legal threat?
We all have a shot at the greatest title in the world, just like Rocky Balboa. Here are six things that businesses can learn from the underdog who had the will and heart to win.
British business owners are largely indifferent to or oblivious of the government's Employment Allowance, which came into effect this week.
We’ve all been in meetings where someone has made us see red either by texting on their phone, not contributing or even not shutting up. Here are seven worst examples of ‘meeting sins’ and advice on how to avoid them.
Auriga Consulting Ltd has recently suggested the dependency created by software licensing models such as Windows XP could spur migration to the cloud.
According to Black Duck, up to 75 per cent of the code supporting a UK investment bank’s trading application is commonly based on free and open-source software.
UK educators have today announced their success in netting £850m worth of contracts in Saudi Arabia.
A large percentage of the 4bn videos streamed by YouTube are actually business videos and many of these are from small businesses. Your customers, even the business ones, are also consumers in their own right and are used to searching for ad viewing video content.
The Work Foundation research shows that even in the recovery the UK’s youth unemployment crisis continues to leave almost one in five young people unable to find a job.
A new book, "The Social Brand", suggests that each of us has a virtual "brand bank account" in our minds for each brand or business we deal with.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales (ICAEW) is calling for the next European parliament, which will be elected in May, to bring in a cap on the cost of regulation which it can impose.
Apprentice winner Yasmina Siadatan says the family business trend is going strong in the UK.