What’s the trick for making your business future-proof? Find out how to know which technologies are the ones to watch, and which are potentially costly distractions.
Tech and Innovation
In recent years, BYOD has emerged as an innovative strategy for improving productivity. Despite its numerous benefits, implementing and securing BYOD can be challenging.
In the new age of retail, technology is everything, explains Anil Gandharve, vice president and global head of retail, CPG and manufacturing at IT consultancy Mindtree.
Improved mobile connectivity, enabled by 5G, will take retailers and commercial businesses’ understanding of how customers shop to entirely new levels, a landmark new report from mobile operator O2 has concluded.
In his latest Blockchain Bytes column, Barry James looks at why Bank of England governor Mark Carney made headlines last week with his speech on the future of money – headlines which made very different reading from his published speech.
In the latest GDPR doctors article, expert Mark Weston of Hill Dickinson explains the importance of transparency and consumer consent.
Unlocking the “digital potential” of Britain’s rural businesses by increasing connectivity and removing constraints around ecommerce could add up to £26.4bn to the rural economy annually, a new study has found.
As Richard Blanford increases his use of social media for business he’s learnt the benefits of a controversial post and perils of social engineering.
Julian Saunders, CEO and founder of data management and GDPR compliance solution PORT.im, offers tips on how to get your data GDPR-ready.
Whatever your view on Brexit, we can all agree there are more important issues at stake – our ability to hire and retain quality talent for one – than securing uninterrupted access to cheap flights for stag weekends.
Most industries seem reluctant to fully embrace cryptocurrencies until they get some real momentum behind them but it’s only through being more widely accepted that this momentum will be generated.
This time, in his Blockchain Bytes column, Barry James explains why public Blockchain is like a freight-train in the clouds – and the reason why using such technology is often likened with “going down the rabbit hole.”