The rise of the Internet of Things driven consumer products are completely transforming branding and could erase advertising as we know it.
Daren Oliver, managing director of Fitzrovia IT, takes a look at how WiFi enabled devices could compromise your business – and gives advice on keeping data safe.
We look at the most likely business trends of 2018. There are many buzzwords and new technologies to consider, but the overwhelming theme is data, the gathering of data and the protection of any data you hold and process.
The public are seemingly reluctant to embrace emerging technology, which could put the breaks on for innovative scale ups.
If your company relies on video conferencing or posts its fare share of photos on social media, then chances are you’ve felt let down by your upload speed – and you’re not the only one.
Growing businesses are always getting to grips with new technology, but now Amazon Alexa is now providing a way for enterprising companies to access AI.
By 2020, Gartner predicts there will be 20.8 billion data-creating devices connected to the internet, compared to just over six billion in 2016.
Businesses globally, regardless of size and industry, rely on the internet for day-to-day activity – but IoT attacks (Internet of Things) present a real threat to SMEs as well as large firms.
The Tesco Bank hack has left the retail banking world reeling, searching for answers and more effective ways to secure networks against future attacks.
In part 3 of his series, James Passingham looks ahead to the innovative features of cloud communications that will be available to make life simpler for the system administrator and your employees in the year ahead.
What if field service engineers could anticipate service needs before they arise? What if every service visit resulted in a fixed issue the first time around?
While the sharing economy expands, how can we trust others with our belongings, services and time? Richard Laughton, CEO of easyCar Club, explores how the Internet of Things will help put people’s mind at ease and build an Internet of Trust.