Ioan MacRae, head of mid-market for Avaya Europe, looks at what opportunities exist to improve communications in the cloud and the challenges that exist.
Europe's finest app entrepreneurs have been selected by investment firm Worth Capital and Facebook, as the £350,000 Big App Fund, which was crowdfunded on Seedrs, is divided between the top three winners.
Dubai and the United Arab Emirates are shaking a perception of being an oil-based economy, instead embracing technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. Real Business speaks to the man driving the whole initiative forward.
As an employer, there will be times when you have to make very difficult decisions. Ending the employment of one of your members of staff isn’t a pleasant task but if it has to be done, make sure you follow the correct procedure to protect yourself and your business from a potentially costly employment tribunal claim for unfair dismissal.
The UK has an internationally renowned reputation for higher education – many of our top universities are among the world’s finest. As well as continuing to offer our students an excellent education and embarking on pioneering research, our universities are increasingly focused on ensuring they are relevant to the communities and the economies in which they are located.
Vodafone's survey of 6,000 people aged 18-30 across six European countries shows the continent is divided when it comes to the prospect of becoming a digital entrepreneur or working for a startup.
We quiz Katherine Grover, CFO Semafone, on what it's like being in charge of the finances at a fast-growth startup.
From building company culture to boardroom decisions, some of the most famous companies have used some strange strategies to their benefit.
Despite unemployment dropping, Britain still has a problem when it comes to the productivity levels of the national workforce. We find out more.
A majority 75 per cent of UK shoppers expect ecommerce content from brands to be tailored to their needs, research commissioned by marketing service AgilOne shows.
A government-supported platform has been launched in the hope that it can provide a greater pool of digitally-skilled workers for the UK business community.
Graduates can expect to spend 313 hours a year doing the tea run, but it isn't putting them off their jobs.