Major drivers of transformation, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), cloud computing, IoT, and automation, have re-moulded the technology sector considerably over the last decade - accelerated further by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Once seen primarily as a gaming platform, and occasionally as a marketing gimmick for big brands, has COVID-19 helped accelerate adoption of this ‘futuristic’ tech? Graham Lamb, Virtual Technologies Architect for Planet One Reality explores.
With remote working here to stay, it’s crucial that businesses of all sizes, in all industries, have the right technology to ensure effective remote working.
Long before COVID-19 took the world in its deadly grip, the idea of employees working remotely from the office had a global appeal. Now, remote working is for many a necessity.
One of the many issues employers have had to think about during the COVID-19 pandemic is its impact on employee productivity.
The term ‘gig economy’ was coined during the financial crash of the late noughties as the unemployed turned to part-time and freelance jobs to make ends meet.
Stephen O’Boyle, Global Head of Cybersecurity and Information Resilience Services at BSI explores how organizations can prepare for a cyber incident.
The Trump Administration’s continued threats to ban TikTok in the United States, due to the company’s Chinese origins, have received mixed reactions from social media and internet users in the United States and globally.
Calling 2020 a challenging year for businesses would be an understatement. In addition to the global COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a sharp incline in fraudulent activity and cyberattacks
New analysis reveals two sectors – energy and government – have become especially vulnerable to cyber threats.