The Payments Council has launched a research paper comparing mobile payments markets on an international basis.
A new report from politicians and management professionals warns that “myopic management” is a millstone around the neck of British business and is threatening its global competitiveness.
At a time when the government rushes a bill to provide them with greater surveillance powers, the emergence of one of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden's previously disclosed documents only casts more doubt on the issue.
As Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant, Berry Bros. & Rudd has pioneered many changes in its distinguished history, both at home and abroad. Here, chairman Simon Berry and managing director Hugh Sturges share the secrets of the company’s success in Asia.
The ubiquitous keyboard layout 'QWERTY' has become a standard for most of the globe, but more than once people have sought a better solution to typing. Word recognition and touch may bring us closer to it.
David Cameron is clearing out his cabinet to make way for more women. 81 per cent of the Synod voted for women bishops and resoundingly changed the face of the Church of England forever, says Jan Cavelle.
BT's new white paper, 'Public Services: Delivering the Next Generation of Change', asked almost 400 local government officials how technology, skills and collaboration can be used to power public services successfully.
Astus CEO Frances Dickens reveals four tips that could redefine your board and benefit your business.
I find that people generally fall into two categories; list makers and non list makers. My daughters and I fall into the first category, (like mother like daughter).
Shadow IT is often created by CIOs who lack the necessary IT budget or resources to participate in new business technology initiatives, according to Gartner. This presents a unique opportunity for IT asset managers to assist CIOs with digital business.
Britain's workers are more attracted to workplaces which offer the right culture and recognition than those offering big pay rises, a new survey suggests.