New Steelcase research has revealed that when it comes to creating the ideal work space, the things office workers want most of all are pretty down to earth.
A study conducted by www.vouchercode.net has revealed over a quarter of respondents think a ‘gigabyte’ is an insect from South America, and two fifths thinking a ‘motherboard’ relates to the deck of a cruise ship.
As trading conditions continue to improve, businesses are increasingly looking to capitalise on opportunities to sell their products and services abroad, says David Richardson of Lloyds Bank.
Dan Wagner, CEO and founder of PowaTag, explains why the high street is slowly succumbing to the rise of technology in commerce. Is what’s responsible for its decline, its only hope for survival?
It’s the time of year when people start booking their summer holidays, and for employers it is vital that they ensure their BYOD policies are rigorous enough to protect their business against any potential data breach while their staff are away enjoying a fortnight in the sun.
If you don’t manage your energy suppliers properly, moving premises could be a costly business.
Nancy Vitug shares the lessons that she learnt when her small company was bought out by Microsoft.
A new report shows that encouraging employees to volunteer is a win-win situation for businesses.
Last week's tube strike was a sharp reminder of how industrial action can affect a business. Here's how to deal with it in the most effective way possible.
New research from Iron Mountain suggests that consumers doubt whether the widely-publicised ‘right to be forgotten’ will work in practice.
We live in an exceptionally fast moving world where the rules of the game are constantly changed by innovative entrepreneurs and new technologies that can put even the most established businesses under threat, says Charlie Mullins.
You don’t have to look too hard to find substantial information that supports the effectiveness of having a positive mental attitude, whether it relates to health and well-being or business objectives, says Jo Haigh.