It stands to reason workers on the go must stay connected, but two-thirds feel anxious without WiFi, while others confess using devices at the most inappropriate times.
As the online world continues to change before our eyes, Google has offered insights on what we can expect from the future of retail.
What 2017 technology trends will take the business world by storm? There are five standout developments to prepare for.
The pressure on businesses to perform will increase in the coming years, as the launch of London Technology Week has resulted in Brits revealing the digital developments – some of which are rather outlandish – they feel are likely to be in place by the time 2036 rolls around.
How many times have you heard that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to be epic – with billions of connected devices generating trillions of dollars? And yet, the overwhelming reaction of tech consumers right now is essentially "meh".
As businesses become more nimble and the workforce seeks a flexible way of completing their jobs, it comes as no surprise that SME owners have started to ditch the traditional office.
The BAFTA-worthy grilling by the House of Commons speaker John Bercow of health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s refusal to put down his mobile device during a recent parliamentary session will go down in history.
Belief that driverless vehicles could soon accelerate off the pages of science fiction and into our every day lives has become a serious likelihood for 2016, so we’ve looked at what these means for the UK’s businesses.
In a campaign supported by business secretary Sajid Javid and transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin, the British government has committed a £20m investment to driverless car technologies to improve the country’s productivity and infrastructure.
The connected living market, which includes the sharing economy, smart meters and more, is set to be worth $1 trillion (£658bn) by 2020 and the UK is set to account for a five per cent share of the market, according to PwC.
The UK workforce is unproductive for 70 days a year due to office distractions, resulting in a loss of £250m each year, according to The Ahead of the Curve report from Samsung.
When you are building and maintaining a successful business, there is no destination – just a constant race to ensure that you stay ahead of the competition. It’s not called “running a business” for nothing: winning customers is a constant battle to stay ahead of the chasing pack.