Paul Rosenthal, founder of Appstractor, takes a closer look at the security risk to businesses caused by employees side-stepping cyber protocols, failing to configure or install software correctly.
Numerous centuries-old, traditional sectors have been shaken-up due to at least one disruptor. From financial services to healthcare, new technology is inspiring ingenious solutions to old problems and attracting ambitious entrepreneurs with big ideas.
With Easter fast approaching, Real Business spoke to Jay Rawal, one half of the brother-and-sister team behind luxury British chocolate brand, The London Chocolate Company.
Many people feel that changes in recruitment have made the practice of sending a cover letter obsolete. However, good candidates still write them, explains Jan Cavelle.
Despite the importance of having open friendships with co-workers, here are five topics of conversation that should probably be saved for outside the workplace.
If you are setting up a family business, it is sensible to consider what could happen to it if your relationship breaks down.
An increasing amount of people are working outside the office on a regular or permanent basis. Alex Tofts, from UK broadband comparison and advice site Broadband Genie, unveils tips for setting up your home office broadband connection.
There’s much you can learn about workplace perceptions and expectations from analysing online searches. Using this method, Perkbox found out what impact millennials had at work.
Author of The Conscious Leader, Shelley Reciniello, specified that business involved far more than spreadsheets and meetings. Understanding psychology proved just as crucial.
Since the Grenfell Tower fire in London last year, fire safety in tower blocks has been brought to the forefront of UK workplace health and safety, writes Peninsula law health and safety director, Russell Corlett.
Britain’s sweet-toothed consumers are expected to spend £395m on Easter eggs and other confectionary in 2018, a 5.3 per cent increase from last year, recent data has found.
Leaders have a lot to gain from using a unified talent management system. Here’s why the CLO, CHRO, CFO and CIO should care.