This year, not every business has been awarded an A* in cyber security. Be it an accidental data leak, an employee falling foul of phishing, or vulnerabilities that are yet to be patched, most companies have plenty of room for improvement.
If your connection speed is already slow, you may want to rethink allowing staff to use their smart devices for download purposes at work.
With business leaders needing to know what technological innovation is on the horizon to take advantage of, Tony Stiff, CEO Flowgroup, provides some guidance on the most exciting advancements in transport, the home and fitness.
With billions of dollars at his disposal and the latest technology at his fingertips, it’s surprising that Bruce Wayne, aka Batman, lives in a mansion devoid of smart home automation. But this may soon change with the expansion of UK app Alfred – named after the superhero’s butler.
The Internet of Things – it’s a nice catchphrase but what does it really mean and how can businesses harness its capabilities? Gary Smith of Prism Solutions finds out.
Mobile devices are quickly becoming the first choice for purchasing online, as consumers shift towards the convenience, ease and variety of online transactions. Consider the following to discover why mobile marketing could work for you.
The predictions of a fully connected world where all of our gadgets are connected are now coming to fruition, with everything from our home kitchen appliances to heating systems and televisions all able to communicate with each other. But what about the level of connectivity in the workplace and the potential damage that can be caused to your firm when your connected devices go awry?
Shipments of wearable technology devices will reach 64m in 2017.