Robots replacing employees may seem like a far-fetched plotline from a sci-fi movie, but new research predicts that one in three UK jobs will be lost to computers and robots within 20 years.
Only 19 of the world's 100 largest companies in 2012 will still be on the same list in 2042, claims a new book.
Talk of “the Cloud” and even hosted desktops and IT as a service seems to be everywhere at the moment.
It seems that every business index is predicting rising confidence and job creation. But companies now face another challenge – where will the people driving their business forward come from?
From light speed starships and eco-bubble space stations to robots and computers thinking, there’s no doubt that everyone wants to know what will be possible for mankind in the future.
A survey of more than 1,000 UK 13-17 year olds points to a future workforce that is ‘digital first’ in everything it does, and whose digital talents could bring significant economic value to the UK.
Kaldor's Jon Marks explains why HTML is the future, but how we’re not there just yet.
From office culture to workplace construction, Faisal Butt deliberates on how and where the workforce of the future will work.
Lawyer, doctor? No, try vertical farmer and body part maker!
Consumer needs and expectations change all the time. Here are ten tips to help your business keep ahead.
Banks are not keeping up with alternative finance models, the sharing economy, or the flexible working trend. How long can they hold their power?
Since closing its under-performing US operation, Tesco has suffered a huge blow to its finances. But could getting rid of unnecessary ventures put the retail giant back on track?