Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are firmly back in the news; it seems that barely a month goes by without media reports of a website or service being brought down by one. Most recently, the servers of games Destiny and Call of Duty: Ghosts were struck, kicking players across the world out of their games.
Satya Nadella took to the stage at London's Excel yesterday for day one of Future Decoded 2014, a conference that promises to discuss the social, economic and political changes businesses will face in the 21st century.
Getting familiar with a target country's language means that personalised and localised content can be created – helping an export push.
It sometimes takes a little bit of hardship to provide the necessary inspiration to start a business – and for entrepreneur Richard Curtis that came through taking a job in a school to make ends meet.
Formula 1 racing team Caterham have reached out to the public and professionals for their support in an attempt to speed its way out of administration, offering reward-based incentives to 'investors' rather than shares – so that employees get their wages and the team reaches the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
With SMEs hoping to see a rise in international orders this year, Christmas promotions are starting earlier. Research shows that for many online retailers, that means starting this week.
Retail sales were up during October, but the rate is slowing down, figures show. Will Christmas see a pick up
“UK workers have a spring in their step”, suggested ADP research, which found that 77 per cent of workers now feel optimistic about their next ten years at work.
Running an online business can be a veritable minefield, especially when it comes to protecting brands from unscrupulous cyber squatters, looking to make money.
The latest BDO research reveals that UK's mid-sized businesses are an exporting powerhouse, accounting for nearly £1 in every £4 of goods exported from the UK, despite making up less than one per cent of all UK firms. But City firms are leading the charge, having exported £147bn of goods and services to customers outside the UK over the last 12 months.
Lesley Stalker, tax partner at RJP, analyses what HMRC looks for in a claim when it comes to R&D tax relief.
Every company needs a place to start, and for each of these six it was the trusted confines of a family garage or garden shed.