Two thirds of UK workers believe working from home will be more common after the Coronavirus crisis.
Over 41% of UK employees claim they miss office banter after working from home during the Covid-19 crisis, according to new research.
As the coronavirus crisis has intensified, most businesses have commendably followed government advice to enable their employees to work from home. NordVPN Teams has discovered this mass shift in work location has caused a huge surge in the use of business virtual private networks (VPN).
The UK’s B2B marketing community has revealed that it is experiencing a great deal of turbulence as a result of Covid-19.
The technology sector, including information tech, Internet, and software, is one of the best prepared industries to weather a mass home working strategy, according to new research.
Consumer messaging apps have overtaken email for work communication via mobile, which in turn is creating new privacy and security risks faced by employers and employees, according to a new report.
80% of employees hoped that tech-enabled remote working capabilities would give them better work-life balance. However the reality is far different, with almost half (42%) claiming that new smart working practices are negatively impacting their work-life balance, according to new research.
A report last year found that less than 5% of women hold CEO positions at companies around the world. The number of women in leadership roles is still vastly behind men who hold these job titles, but how does the tech industry perform for women in CEO roles?
The number of tech jobs advertised in the UK fell 52% from mid-2019 to the end of the year, according to new data.
Smart thermostats are the most popular IoT device that Brits want for their home, ahead of a smart doorbell, according to new research.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona has been cancelled after a growing number of firms pulled out over coronavirus fears.
While positive fan experiences with technology bring multiple new opportunities to sports organisations, athletes are increasingly using it for training, injury prevention and improving performance, according to new research.
Top 3 digital transformation tips for 2020: Improving customer experience, digital presence and sales and marketing effectiveness
As we enter 2020, what are the top priorities transformation for global companies? New research identifies the key areas to focus on.
Brain drain? Quarter of Britain’s creative industry prepared to leave the UK (and their job) due to Brexit
A quarter (25%) of marketing, media and design professionals are planning to seek employment outside the UK as a result of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, according to new research.
UK adspend rose 5.6% year-on-year to reach £5.97bn in Q3 2019, 0.8 percentage points ahead of forecast, according to new research Warc and the Ad Association.
Quantum computers are set to help us solve humanity’s most complex challenges – challenges that our existing computers can’t even scratch the surface of. With tech giants including Google, IBM, Microsoft and Intel racing to create the next generation of supercomputers, investment in quantum computing technologies are booming. But which companies are leading the way in quantum computing?
French start-up CodinGame officially published its annual report on the profession of developer after questioning over 20, 000 coding staff in 120 countries. For the third year running, the company profiled their developer community asking interviewees about their daily workload, their habits and other aspects of their profession. Discover the results of this large-scale study that analyses the profession of developer.
Media industry trends for 2020: Collaboration culture, remote working and voice assistants for everything
Andy Wilson, Head of Media, Dropbox, shares his insights about the state of the European media industry and how technology is fundamentally shifting the way professionals collaborate and communicate.
From multiverse exploration to anti-Instagram dining, a new report looks ahead to the defining trends in consumer behaviour and innovation for 2020.
Waiters, stock assistants and executive sales are the jobs most at risk from automation, while Dentists, doctors, teachers are safest, according to new research.