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Tech and Innovation
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.
While blockchain is being embraced, with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies the picture is very different with deeply held, and often hotly expressed, opinions broadly in the same opposing camps as for the last internet revolution: the World Wide Web.
Chinese tech business Huawei has launched a £30,000 bursary to encourage creativity and entrepreneurship in the UK, helping people realise their ambitions.
Victor has secured an $18m investment, with which its founder will support the aviation industry with the creation of a focused ecosystem called the Alyssum Group.
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.
A recent report revealed the UK has retained its place in the global innovation rankings. This, one particular expert suggests, is a surprise given the nation’s low R&D levels.
Peter Tuvey, co-founder of Fleximize, believes that business is about more than just the product, the technology or service – it’s about creating personal customer relationships. Here, he discusses whether automation is a threat or an opportunity.
Mike Richardson, managing director EMEA at Maximizer CRM, outlines some key dos and don’ts to help bosses navigate their way to successful data management.
Subject Access Requests aren’t anything new under the GDPR and, in fact, individuals have been able to request all the personal information you hold on them under the Data Protection Act, but the GDPR makes some notable changes to the process.
Ahead of revealing this year’s inspiring crop of Future 50 companies, we take a look at the business growth stories of some amazing previous winners.