A quarter of SMEs believe their companies will fold in the next five years – but with new technology advancements and use of AI, businesses can hope to solve the issue with late payments and increase productivity
After much anticipation and expectation, the next generation of mobile wireless technology, known as 5G is now available in the UK.
The robots are coming. Now there’s a phrase that gets the blood pumping. From The Terminator to I, Robot, it’s hardly surprising that this prospect is a daunting one.
If you’re like many travellers, you’ve logged onto free airport Wi-Fi using your phone or laptop while waiting for your flight.
As corporate buzzwords go, AI and automation have been gaining popularity at an increasing rate.
With cyber-attacks on the rise, smaller businesses need to stop hoping they’re not at risk and start assuming that they will be subject to a breach - it’s just a matter of time.
Cybersecurity experts have warned companies to migrate to newer operating systems or else face major security breaches in the event of a cyber attack
The way we produce goods has transformed in our digitalised world. So much so that manufacturing companies are calling it the fourth industrial revolution, also known as “Industry 4.0”.
Digital is the way forward. We are all connected by our smartphones 24/7 keeping up to date with vital information we need on a day-to-day basis.
Switching to a cloud phone system is one of the lesser-known cost savings a business can make, but it’s also one of the most effective.