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Tech and Innovation
Foehn Head of Marketing, Rafael Cortes, identifies some key criteria for getting the right provider as well as the right cloud phone system.
Innovation within a company can come in many forms and, for Alton Towers, its 2018 business agenda includes bringing a wooden roller coaster called Wicker Man to life – in conjunction with fire.
Our yearly glance at the most disruptive companies Britain has to offer is in its seventh year. Who will join our Future 50 2018 class?
David Docherty, CEO of the National Centre for Universities and Businesses (NCUB) and Chairman of Placer, explains how work experience can be used to inspire SMEs and help recruit the talent needed to power innovation.
Contactless payment cards featuring finger-reading biometric sensors have now been introduced in what’s billed a “world’s first”, which could make shopping faster and more secure than ever.
While many businesses may look to software company SAP and think it’s only for blue-chip corporations, this is a myth the company is looking to shatter.
When looking to grow your company, it’s important to consider new opportunities that can be driven through evolving existing products or expanding it new markets.
Daren Oliver, cyber security expert and managing director of Fitzrovia IT, explores whether fraudulent emails are getting more difficult to identify.
It’s not all doom and gloom. This demand for robotics is in fact an enabler, and will assist people in the tasks that they are already carrying out – the UK needs to realise this.
We’re not equipping kids with the right knowledge and tools to take up a career in tech, according to Wirehive CEO Robert Belgrave. He believes something needs to change.
Rural companies want to harness digital technology for growth, but finding people with the correct skills is proving to be difficult.