Small and medium sized businesses are turning to data-driven business thinking as a critical part of their Covid recovery. As digital transformation has emerged as a “must have” for every business, companies are up-skilling their teams to work remotely.
Fiverr has launched “The Shift”, a new hub for Brits looking to take their business online for the first time, or optimize their existing online presence.
Employers have struggled to fill one-third of vacancies due to a lack of digital competency, according to new research.
When it comes to coding jobs, Python is the programming language Brits most intend to learn, followed by SQL, with Brits most interested in data analyst roles, according to new research.
Brits are making their home offices a more permanent fixture by purchasing their own office equipment, according to new research.
The majority of tech employees would move, either to a different country (71%) or a different region of the UK (8%) if they were able to work remotely and retain the same job and remuneration, according to a new survey.
More than half of office workers will continue to work from home for the rest of the summer despite the government’s efforts to get them to return, according to new research.
One of the world’s biggest tchnology conferencess CES will be online-only in 2021, the organisers have confirmed.
Surge in demand for tech courses and training as economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic continues to bite
Searches for tech courses and training are up by over 40% on average during lockdown, according to new research.
Biometric authentication technology iProov is providing its services free of charge to bloomd, a start-up supporting the coronavirus crisis.
Binging on Netflix (37%), sleeping on the job (25%) and household chores (24%) are what Brits working from home are actually doing instead of their day job, according to new research.
Commuters journeying into the UK capital spend nearly two and a half hours per day travelling door-to-door, an average of £10,020 worth of unpaid time, according to new research looking into the costs and savings of remote working.
Technology firm Fujitsu is to halve its office space in Japan as it adapts to the coronavirus pandemic, letting staff work flexible hours and working from home will be standard wherever possible.
As UK lockdown restrictions continue to be eased, new research from Citrix has revealed how British office workers foresee the working routines of tomorrow.
Brands including Spotify, Depop and Globe (Universal Music) have signed up to the new #BrandShareTheMic initiative, showcasing the spectrum of standout Black talent by magnifying their voices on brand’s Instagram accounts.
A new volunteer marketplace, Furloughed Life, has launched to assist workers on furlough gain more skills during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although over 82% of workers are keen to work remotely in future, they face a number of challenges in doing so – and the younger generation is particularly adversely affected, according to new research.
No programming required: Amazon Web Services launches ‘Honeycode’ to help businesses build apps and websites
Amazon Web Services has launched Amazon Honeycode, a fully managed service that allows customers to build mobile and web applications – with no programming required, with Slack and SmugMug among customers already planning to use the service.
Two fifths of managers believe their company would benefit from remote working in the future, and would consider encouraging their company to be fully remote beyond the pandemic, according to new research.
Poor processes, few face-to-face meetings, a lack of focus on how clients can improve and the dominance of ‘cost-only’ KPIs mean brands are missing a major chance to enhance their relationships with agency partners around the world and deliver smarter communications, according to new research.