There’s a “privacy paradox” surrounding data collection for profit, where data needs to be used to enrich people’s experiences without betraying their trust, according to the annual report from digital guru Mary Meeker.
Entrepreneurial twins Adrien and Pierre Gaubert are re-inventing the way LGBT+ professionals find and secure jobs with myGwork, the LGBT+ business community.
We all had a dream job as a child, whether it was being a doctor, a lawyer, a firefighter, but a whole new catalogue of careers are soon to be introduced in the near future as technology becomes increasingly integrated into our lives. This infographic lists 15 jobs that could be commonplace in the not-to-distant future.
Organisations release new software updates three times an hour, but 64% of CIOs are forced to compromise between faster innovation and perfectly working software, according to new research.
Long, expensive and emotionally draining: Entrepreneurs reveal what it’s really like to launch a tech startup
New research conducted by Studio Graphene in partnership with City Road Communications has revealed how entrepreneurs’ expectations of launching a technology startup compare to the realities of running a company.
Well over half of the global workforce is having more meetings than 12 months ago, leading to a potential productivity crisis, according to new research.
Luxury advertising is rapidly shifting towards digital media, led by luxury hospitality brands. 50% of luxury hospitality advertising will be digital this year, up from 47% in 2017, according to new research.
UK leaders are significantly less confident that they have the corporate image and brand reputation to achieve their objectives, and are half as confident as US companies in their ability to protect their brand in a crisis according to new research.
Sixty-five percent of millennials believe the technologies they buy for personal use influences the technologies they purchase for their organisation, compared to 55 percent of Generation X and 57 percent of baby boomers.
The UK is in a strong position to be a world leader in the development of artificial intelligence (AI). This position, coupled with the wider adoption of AI, could deliver a major boost to the economy for years to come. The best way to do this is to put ethics at the centre of AI’s development and use concludes a report by the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence, AI in the UK: Ready, Willing and Able?, published today.
A new interactive tool based allows prospective entrepreneurs or shop-owners to find out how much they need to get started.
‘Millennials’ are shaking up the workplace according to our online searches, but US and UK youngsters think very differently, according to new research.
Portugal, The United States and Latvia offer the best opportunities for women in tech, with an industry gender pay gap around 6-7% less than the overall average wage gap in each country, according to new research.
Organisations ignore crucial sources of customer feedback, thus missing out on opportunities to meet customer expectations, according to new research.
The vast majority of firms (85%) plan to invest in digital transformation this year, according to a new study looking into the retail, banking, healthcare, insurance, telco, and media industries.
The UK’s artificial intelligence sector is growing faster than rivals in America, Canada and Australia – putting Britain on course to be the global leader in AI technology.
Data protection vacancies have increased by four times the UK average, with 25% of jobs advertised in 2018, according to new research.
Edinburgh ranks well above London as the best place for start-ups and freelancers, followed by Leeds and Manchester, according to new research.
Almost half of startups believe there is a gender bias problem, with 4 in 10 female founders frequently encountering discrimination while running their startup, according to new study.