As Richard Blanford increases his use of social media for business he’s learnt the benefits of a controversial post and perils of social engineering.
It can often feel like we are fighting a constant battle trying to fire messages back to empty our inboxes to reach the infamous “inbox zero”. A lot of the time it can seem like a futile mission, as emails beget more emails and so the cycle continues.
An online encounter between a blogger and a hotelier has gone global and it’s left people divided over who’s right and who’s wrong.
Staff are a precious asset, but they can also cause the biggest problems, which is the centre of the insider threat debate. Consider, however, that leaked data is not always the result of vindictive behaviour.
In his first Founders Diaries contribution, Mungo Park reveals why business teamwork has meant being able to go on holiday without constantly worrying.
It’s not a good year for tech bosses, with Dave McClure, founder of 500 Startups, and Binary Capital co-founder Justin Calbeck the latest to be accused of sexual harassment. And in trying to stem the resulting bad press, Calbeck’s corporate partner, Jonathan Teo, wrote an email he might regret.
The internet is ablaze with news about a cyber attack on Parliament, placing heavy emphasis on the need for secure emails and better passwords.
As research finds consumers welcome communications that play on their sense of curiosity, how can brands create campaigns that evoke a sense of exclusivity or confidentiality purely as an engagement tool?
You want to send a festive message to clients, customers and suppliers, but creating a memorable company Christmas card can be harder than you think.
Missed payments are not only frustrating, but can be fundamentally damaging to a company’s cash flow and future growth. We meet two companies which have implemented systems to avoid such trouble.
While we all love email as a communication tool, we hate it when we reach inbox overload. So how do we find a happy medium? Here are ten tips that could help.
Online travel platform Airbnb has been great for helping people make extra income, but it has been transformative for Nakul Sharma. He saw the way the travel sector was moving and developed hospitality service Hostmaker to help Airbnb hosts deliver comfortable stays, which has secured the firm’s place among our 30 Digital Champions.