How to protect your business against the rising tide of DDoS attacks

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.

The Kid Calmer gets into business with schools

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.

How Caterham F1’s firesale crowdfunding plea could save 200 British jobs

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.

London SMEs leading the export charge

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.