Rafael Cortes, head of marketing at Foehn, acknowledges why some SMEs may still be cautious about heading entirely into the cloud and explains why more cloud offers smarter approaches to business.
Besides your office probably being in need of a little fun, humour has been found to be a key to success as work.
On 22 February Google finalised its roll-out of the permanent removal of all Right Hand Side Ads across the Search Engines Results Pages [SERPs] worldwide. How will this impact businesses?
Over half of consumers say they love their favourite stores due to its ambience – placing multi-sensory cues such as design, fragrance, lighting and music above good service from friendly staff.
Government plans to offer pregnant women budgets of at least to £3,000 to chose the care they receive must be backed up by change in “out-dated” attitudes of employers, according to a global recruitment firm.
Mobile giant T-Mobile recently announced its quarterly earnings and company executives had a little fun during the analyst call with the invention of a drinking game.
Entrepreneur Ian Baxter explains why, despite family pressure, he is an advocate of remaining part of the European Union on the back of David Cameron obtaining "special status" for the UK, and ahead of a June referendum when the public will ultimately decide.
The Insurance Act comes into force on 12 August 2016. While this may seem a long way off, it fundamentally changes the way business insurance will be underwritten, so you should ensure you don't breach any of your future duties.
What is needed, but is still often lacking, is a strategic approach to mitigating cyber crime risks. Finance professionals should thus play a leading role in defining certain key areas of such an approach.
Following the reveal of its new “A Patchwork” collection to over 1,000 VIP guests including Naomi Campbell and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as part of London Fashion Week, Burberry has provided customers the chance to purchase and personalise goods immediately.
Just when you finally let go of your BlackBerry for a buttonless, shinier alternative, it’s time to prepare for the incredibly noisy entrance of virtual reality in 2016 – so start skipping breakfast and prepare to be force-fed VR.
"A stitch in time saves nine"’ or so the saying goes and this is true more often than not. It refers to the probability that inaction or insufficient action early on in a situation may result in greater damage and consequently the challenge becoming greater.