Driving corporate sustainability

An ethical approach to business can not only be profitable, but is also often a requirement of discerning customers eager to safeguard the planet and protect workers

Is this the end of queueing at supermarket checkouts?

Outside an Amazon Go store in Seattle

New technology could soon make queueing at supermarket checkouts a thing of the past

How to prepare employees for the unexpected

Employees risk training

In a changing environment, only open communications, decision-making and protocols can steer organisations away from damaging events. But how do you ensure a high level of transparency across your business?

The true story of fake goods being sold online

Almost 90 per cent of Apple products sold on Amazon’s US site are reportedly fakes

Online marketplaces, such as Amazon and eBay, are fertile ground for fraudsters selling fake goods at knockdown prices to eager shoppers

What do Millennials want from work?

millenials at work

There are a lot of lazy stereotypes concerning Millennials, the segment of the workforce currently (roughly) aged between 18 and 35. The nastier of these generalisations paint them as flighty, entitled and even indolent

Cloud catapulting startups into the big league

rocket entering space illustration

The cloud is a small business’s best friend, with its power and reach developing all the time, offering a greater range of services

What businesses can learn from Netflix

The award-winning Netflix Original drama Stranger Things received much critical acclaim and has been renewed for a second season

In a fast-changing digital world, entertainment giant Netflix is a role model in how to transform your business and stay ahead of the curve

What makes criminal hackers want to hack?

Six motivations for hacking

Cyber criminals are driven by a diverse range of aims and ambitions – so what drives them to break into a computer and steal?