London continues to be a major draw for international technology workers, ahead of Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris and Barcelona, according to new research.
Over half of employees (53%) are prepared to use technology like wearables to boost their own productivity at work. However, three quarters (74%) said no to wearables being used by employers to monitor performance.
Almost half (46 percent) of British consumers believe Augmented Reality (AR) will positively impact retail, with Virtual Reality (VR) close behind (22 percent), yet only 50 percent of retailers have a digital strategy to implement these technologies according to new research.
With GDPR fast approaching, a new survey from the IDM highlights that a surprising 59% of marketers have yet to receive any GDPR-related training and half of organisations still have yet to appoint a Data Protection Officer.
The number of jobs advertised in the technology sector grew by 12 per cent last year as hiring managers continue to increase spending on new recruits and fight to secure the best talent, according to new data from Reed Technology.
A third of workers spend more than half their working day away from their desk, but most still think they do their best work in the office, according to new research.
Remote working debacle: The complex relationship between productivity, technology and working anywhere
A new report produced by Lancaster University’s Work Foundation and commissioned by Citrix, highlights the complex and often strained relationship between productivity, technology and work.
2017 has been a year full of technology advancements from the rise of the virtual assistant to the growing use of smart devices leaving many workplaces in the midst of a transformation that will only keep gaining momentum over the next year.
Brands need to become an ‘experience business’ in 2018, according to a new study that outlines 5 key issues facing brands looking to win over customer loyalty into next year and beyond.
Nearly three quarters (72%) of tech startups change their market within three years, highlighting the importance of an “Agile Focus” for long-term success, rather than a narrowly targeted approach that is so often championed for start-ups, according to new research.
Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) at large brands in the UK have made drastic changes to their digital marketing in the last 12 months in response to growing concerns around brand safety, transparency and fraud, according to new research.
The majority of marketers (85%) are still unable to tie together online and offline customer data, a new report has found.
1 in 5 British workers see AI and automation as a threat to their job, while more men than women have a positive outlook on automation in the workplace, believing it will reduce errors, according to new research.
Organisations are failing to align business strategy and digital delivery, and that customer experiences are suffering as a direct result, according to new research.
UK marketing managers are already investing in new technologies such as VR, voice, live streaming and artificial intelligence as part of their 2018 strategies, according to a new survey.
Retail websites and apps are driving both consumer awareness and sales for retailers across all sectors in the UK, according to Criteo’s “The Shopper Story 2017” report.
In her appearance before the House of Lords Communications Committee, DMA Talent MD Kate Burnett calls for Government to do more to support the future success of the data-driven creative industries.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming one of the key drivers in changing the face of the workplace by 2025, and many of today’s working practices, productivity tools and physical environments will become obsolete over the next eight years, according to a new report.
Most British businesses are seemingly unprepared for the dramatic technology developments set to reshape the workplace in the next decade, according to the findings of a research report.
Ed Sheeran was the most acceptable artist to play in the workplace, with Eminem least suitable according to new research from LinkedIn and Spotify.