With technology seemingly having changed the retail banking industry for good, we took a look at five challenger banks which gained banking licences and focused on technology in an attempt to beat the larger competition.
George Osborne recently laid out his 10-point plan to boost productivity in rural areas. But without high-speed internet and reliable cloud services, there is not much hope.
Britain is home to steadily increasing tech startup scene. According to the recent Tech Nation report, technology is the most important industry in the UK. And with 50 per cent of digital companies in the UK having been founded since 2008, startups are making up a massive part of that industry.
Jason Cartwright, founder and CEO of Potato, explains which trends small business leaders should be looking at if they hope to cope with ever-changing pace of technology.
By 2020 there will be 25bn connections between people on social networks, and 75bn connections between smartphones, appliances, manufacturing equipment and wearable devices. This hyper-connectivity is breathing new life into the global economy, projected to have an economic value of at least $9tn, according to the World Economic Forum.
Growth in Fluidata has been self-funded from the reinvestment of cash flows, which makes it all the more exciting to see it dominate its industry.
From Warner Bros' Iron Giant and Bicentennial Man's Andrew to Wall-E and Gigolo Joe from Artificial Intelligence, the movie verse has often given robots personalities in order to advance plot lines and create drama. But this concept may no longer be the preserve of science fiction.
Use of cloud-based storage in the workplace is on the rise across Europe, as Skyhigh Networks discovered a 33 per cent increase to the number of firms adopting the solutions in 2014.
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.
As more companies adopt cloud services, here is how you can ensure your data stays safe.
The hack attack on iCloud – dubbed 'Celebgate', in which personal photographs were hacked from celebrity Apple accounts – has meant the security of cloud computing has been splashed all over the news.
Today there are many good reasons why IT should be pushing for cloud, not just for those super-innovative new business-led projects, but for existing, run-of-the-mill IT operations. However, the promise of cloud has traditionally touted less work for IT.