Western markets are going through profound political change and Brexit offers an ideal opportunity for the UK to once again become a powerhouse of global technical innovation, according to George Freeman MP.
There is another threat to your business. A real threat; one you speak to every day and one that may not know they are actually a threat to your operations. In fact, virtually all of us who work are this threat – we are employees and if we are uninformed about our roles, we can be the most dangerous person in your office.
An e-nose used to detect cancer has been adapted for early detection of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH), a rare form of high blood pressure, by Université Paris-Saclay in partnership with the Technion Israel Institute of Technology.
The latest craze of Pokemon Go demonstrates how something nonexistent one day can take the world by storm the next, bringing gamification to the streets and enabling businesses to advertise in new ways, by sponsoring locations, for example.
Superfast broadband is now available to 92 per cent of homes and businesses after the Connected Counties programme met its target to improve internet access for Hertfordshire residents.
Cafcass (The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) will go live in August with Advanced's cloud-hosted budgeting and forecasting solution Collaborative Planning, to empower budget holders with real-time access to finance information from anywhere.
The Open University says businesses need to understand the importance of building cyber-security skills as well as IT infrastructures
With a 40% rise in cybercrime reported last year*, new research from financial and business advisers Grant Thornton worryingly reveals that over a third of local businesses still don't have a strategy in place to mitigate the risk of a digital attack.
Grant Thornton's survey of businesses across East Anglia found that 73% perceived cybercrime to be a realistic threat to their organisation while 38% had already been targeted by an attack.