From Maradona’s “Hand of God”, to Graham Poll’s “three yellow cards” and Zidane’s infamous headbutt, the World Cup is never short of momentous events. But as memorable as these are, it’s the constant evolution of the game that keeps us hooked.
The Dixons Carphone data breach will go down as one of the biggest data breaches at a single firm in UK history – and is a stark reminder to all businesses that we live in a new era of cyber security.
The UK has produced some of the world’s most iconic retail brands, and none arguably more so than Marks and Spencer. Many were surprised when it made the decision to close 100 stores by 2022, accelerating a reorganisation that it says is “vital” for its future.
Where and how you choose to store your data have become matters of great importance, courtesy of GDPR.
Backed by its exclusive community of high-growth entrepreneurs, The Supper Club delves into the subject of garnering consent for the processing of personal data ahead of 25 May 2018.
Much research has been dedicated to the upheavals needed to be ready for the May 25 GDPR deadline, with a report revealing only 21% of UK SME bosses are “very confident” that they understand all the regulations that apply to them.
With little over a month until the deadline for GDPR compliance, a recent poll conducted by the Federation of Small Businesses found more than 90% of the UK’s small firms are still not ready for the new regulation.
Your business is GDPR compliant ahead of deadline, but the job’s not done until your staff are clued up. If they know next to nothing about it, all that hard work will be ineffective, says Nigel Davies, founder of digital workplace Claromentis.
The European General Data Protection Regulation, also referred to as GDPR, is one of the most pressing considerations facing any business today, with the deadline for compliance fast approaching.
It’s hard to remember an event as devastating to the reputation of social media as recent revelations around Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. But, social media shouldn’t be written off as evil just yet, writes Stream Time CEO Trevor Evans.
With ransomware attacks affecting more and more UK organisations, Richard Blanford asks why many owners remain too afraid to accept that their firm’s IT systems may not be up to scratch.
In today’s digital-first business landscape the role of a CRM system is growing in importance, providing leaders with real-time info to make decisions.