US security company Norse have built IPViking, a real-time intelligence data delivery platform.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has recently confirmed that, like any new technology, wearables will be subject to UK data protection laws.
Rules which come into force today grant all workers with more than six months' continuous service the right to request flexible working.
Today, in a parallel universe, we could have been basking in the glory of an England last-16 victory at the World Cup in Brazil over the weekend.
Over the last week, Facebook has had to field a storm of controversy after the publication of its study on users' moods. Sometimes: you shouldn't listen to criticism.
Nick Clegg has faced on-going questions surrounding his leadership abilities in light of the party’s worst European election results since 1994. But what can organisations learn from the well documented mistakes that the Liberal Democrats and Nick Clegg have made
Ed Balls today laid out a number of Labour Party proposals for business ahead of May's general election, including a cut in business rates funded by increased corporation tax, and incentives to boost equity funding.
Millions of workers now head to the ‘coffice’ every morning according to a new O2 Business study.
A total of 2,148 Notification of Liability (NOL) notices for a Civil Penalty were issued to employers of illegal workers in the UK this last year.
New regulations on flexible working come into force on 30 June, giving more employees the right to request it. John Spencer, UK CEO at Regus, explains the new regulations, and suggests they can benefit business owners.
The number of businesses applying for the Enterprise Investment Scheme, which gives investors a tax break from putting money into small companies grew by 16 per cent in the tax year 2013/14.