Why are half the UK’s tech professionals planning to change their jobs this year?
We’re still only in early 2020, signs already indicate that there’s a lot to be excited about, especially in the world of tech.
Customers love loyalty schemes, but can we innovate the sector even more Yes, through blockchain technology.
When people think of ‘digital transformation’ in business, they usually think of tech and lots of it. But achieving this doesn’t mean tech has to take over.
Fuelled by the rise in smartphone usage and ever-changing business needs, organisations are implementing more software applications than ever before.
Surveillance is a great way to enhance the security of your business. It not only lets you keep a watchful eye on your premises, but also acts as a visual deterrent to potential intruders. For small business owners, a burglary can have a substantial financial (as well as emotional) impact.
Technology has become ubiquitous; with digital marketing now simply marketing, and digital transformation now just business transformation. Young companies understand this and as such do it incredibly well.
Sick of hearing about the robot effect” No longer amused by the concerns surrounding the advent of automation and AI, and how it could replace workers” With employers now expecting candidates to demonstrate digital knowledge and keep pace with technological advances, it’s important that we all know about the skills that will put employees in a strong position to thrive in the future workplace.
Aidan Cramer’s recruitment community rips up the rulebook on how people are expected to apply for their first job. He explains how ‘running experiments’ got him to his winning business idea.
Breaking news: There are still gender parity problems in the UK tech sector. But what a new inclusion initiative, and it’s subsequent findings show, is that a unified rulebook can help firms stay true to their diversity objectives.
A growing tech company offers an online marketplace for independent retailers to sell their goods. Will businesses like this save them from extinction?
Andrew Roughan, Managing Director of Plexal, an innovative co-working hub, talks diversity in tech, and how Plexal’s collaboration with a new government initiative will push the agenda further.