Back in the world of technology for our final "I'm voting as…" feature, Andrew Yates is firmly against redistribution of wealth and believes more tax cuts are needed to encourage further entrepreneurial endeavour.
Business chiefs need to break a "culture of acceptance" amongst their employees to curb expenses fraud and save over £100m a year.
As a writer on software and entrepreneurs I’m in an incredibly privileged position. I get to go backstage and see what software some incredibly successful firms like ASOS.com, Ocado, Net-a-Porter and Crunch.co.uk are using. And I get about 20 emails a week from business owners and their PRs talking about the stuff they rely on.
The high-profile launch of new mobile handsets such as the iPhone 6, the BlackBerry Passport, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the HTC Desire EYE has got many businesses thinking about launching a mobile app.
It starts slowly, with that small feature enhancement taking longer than you thought it should.
Which open source software should you consider for your business? Here, Steve Nice from Reconnix reviews three of the leading providers.
Don’t you hate not being able to access your emails when you’re out of the office, or need that important email address but can’t access your contacts? Well, now you can do all this and much more with Microsoft Office 365 from Cobweb.
If you are looking to switch your accounting service to cloud accounting software, we have compiled a helpful list of what you will need from your supplier.
The European ruling on the re-sell of software licences was expected to cause a stir – but then very little happened. What’s going on now? Paul Sheehan gives his view…
Facebook, in its current form, is not the answer that e-commerce is hoping for. according to Philip Rooke. But Facebook may have just unveiled its secret weapon.
Although organisations are embracing cloud-based solutions to drive down costs, many of these essential aspects of the business are being constrained by investment in off-the-shelf tools that fail to deliver the scalability required to support business growth
Private sector businesses in the banking, retail and mobile sectors, are more likely to suffer software malfunctions than public sector organisations.