Internet giant Google has rolled out a new feature on its web browser, which will automatically block the likes of pop-up ads. First announced in 2017, Chrome’s VP of product management, Rahul Roy-Chowdry, said it was time someone eradicated “annoying online adverts.”
January’s headlines were dominated by a food hygiene scandal at one of the UK’s most prominent meat suppliers. The revelations have driven food safety to the top of the agenda for European FMCG companies.
AI will disrupt the finance industry, there’s no doubt about it. But according to Andrew Paton-Smith, creator of www.Jazoodle.com, the accountancy and business advisory profession in particular will go through an evolutionary process.
SMEs need to get a better grip on productivity, Close Brothers Group suggests after analysing the thoughts of 1,400 UK, French and German decision makers.
Rafael Cortes, Head of Marketing at Foehn, discusses open source as the key to the future of innovation for unified communications
The need for a diverse and inclusive workplace is still a global topic of debate – with even the big technological giants Google and Uber being questioned over inclusiveness practices. As such, many are now looking towards technology to help solve this problem.
Chinese tech business Huawei has launched a £30,000 bursary to encourage creativity and entrepreneurship in the UK, helping people realise their ambitions.
With thousands of punters visiting Flight Club each week, and award wins raining in, Real Business stepped up to the oche to check out a truly unique growing company.
Blockchain is a word most people have heard used, whether in relation to cryptocurrencies or as part of wider discussions around new technology. But what is it? And how is it likely to impact SMEs?
While technology enabled the UK workplace to evolve, it has also allowed hackers to be more creative in the way of data breaches.
As 2018 gets underway, in-house legal departments are facing new resource challenges, with the potential for technology evolving and the regulatory burden increasing. In charge of this is the general counsel – the chief lawyer.
The business landscape is changing largely due to pending regulations such GDPR and MiFIDII. Already, fines have been dished out for breaching the former, which has seen companies seek expert advice. That’s where Lawson Conner comes in. It’s aim? To decrease the burdens weighing down on financial services companies.