Jonathan Hemus, managing director of Insignia, highlights the reputational impact that cyber attacks can have on an organisation, particularly in the light of GDPR.
Tech and Innovation
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is ploughing £5.5 million of funding into 11 university projects to improve equality and diversity in the sector.
SMEs should make cyber security part of every new employee’s onboarding process to fight the threat from ever sophisticated hackers.
At the Festival of Ideas earlier this year, a discussion around AI prompted several points of interest – what exactly do we mean by AI, what can we use it for…and are the robots taking over?
Millions of UK shoppers are becoming more tech savvy when it comes to the checkout increasingly preferring contactless payments to coins and notes.
At Foehn, we’re very proud of the cloud communications systems we develop. For a company of our size, some forty employees, we don’t mind saying we’re exceptional in being able to offer a total suite of services from our in-house team.
A tweet from a schoolboy has re-opened the debate about the quality of tech education in British schools.
Small businesses may have plenty of unique challenges – but one area where they certainly have an advantage is the ability to be on the frontline of tech. Here’s how.
As businesses scale up, new priorities will come and go – but one thing they must be sure not to leave by the wayside is also one of the most basic: communication.
Employees are increasingly asking what kind of jobs are likely to be replaced by robots and if robots can replace humans.
Having a culture of continual innovation is essential to staying relevant and increasing sales opportunities. However, it can quite easily become a distraction or a drain on valuable resources.
Tech giant Apple is about to make history, with it being just shy of the magic $1 trillion market valuation. And there’s more growth to come thanks to a focus on artificial intelligence.