In the modern business world working practices and the work environment have changed more rapidly in the last 10 years than at any time since the industrial revolution.
Positive outcomes make mobility a business want, but the way that work culture is shifting is making mobility a business need.
No matter the industry of the business concept, the cloud is versatile enough to fit the needs of any entrepreneur.
Cyber-attacks are a constant threat to organisations all over the world. Nick Hawkins, Managing Director of Everbridge EMEA, discusses how cloud-based communications platforms can help an organisation improve its critical communications and recover from the devastating effects of a cyber-attack.
These days, rather than spending precious budget on purchasing and maintaining data storage hardware, businesses can take advantage of the decreasing cost of data storage in the cloud.
Apple supplier Foxconn last month revealed it has replaced 60,000 factory workers in one of its plants near Shanghai in China with robots.
Now we’ve moved into August, we have left behind what was once a technological breakthrough that found its way into most of our living rooms. It was announced last month that the humble VCR was to be no longer as the last unit was built in Japan.
Over 12 years ago, I set up shop in London to provide IT consultancy to SMEs. Needless to say, the IT landscape was vastly different back in 2004. The most significant industry change since then has been the near-ubiquitous move towards cloud services in the SME space.
We are on the cusp of Industry 4.0, the fourth Industrial Revolution. Over the next decade, Industry 4.0 will emerge to meet demand for tailor made products at affordable prices – from mobile phones to cars and from household goods to sheet metal fabrication