Owning and operating a small business is no easy task. Just ask the almost 6 million small business owners in the UK.
UK logistics industry claim British businesses will see big changes as a result of COVID, largely resulting from the Government’s confused handling of the pandemic
The term digital transformation has been used for years. The Government’s firm stance on remote working as the pandemic continues into 2021 has only heightened the need for digital transformation.
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.
One of the many issues employers have had to think about during the COVID-19 pandemic is its impact on employee productivity.
The number of home-based workers is at an all-time high, as workplaces remain closed in-line with the government’s COVID restrictions, but the growing dependence on working online and fully-digital has triggered an alarming rise in employee stress
Most people would probably agree technological progress over recent years has been fairly spectacular. But which of those technologies have really changed the world?
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created problems for all businesses across the UK. Not only have we seen a complete shift in the way people work, but many businesses have had to completely change how they operate