Today’s teams are changing. Not only do we all have access to more technology and transformative tools than ever before, but we’re also working in a variety of different ways too.
Right now, many companies across the UK are running their businesses remotely, as they abide with social distancing ‘rules’ laid down by the Government in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
Innovation has long been met with resistance. Edison’s electric lightbulb was called unworthy of “the attention of practical or scientific men” when it arrived in Britain in 1878.
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.
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”.
Over the past few years, society has become much more digitally savvy, and customers today expect businesses to bring safety, ease and convenience to everyday life.
The UK music industry has undergone significant change, no thanks in part to innovative technologies that are changing how we consume music on a daily basis.
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.
As corporate buzzwords go, AI and automation have been gaining popularity at an increasing rate.