Wearable tech is about to take off

With forecasts of rocketing sales, wearable technology – particularly wristwear – is set to open up exciting prospects for businesses and consumers alike

Connecting trillions of smart things

Machines connected to each other – and people with implanted microchips – are revolutionising industry and enriching everyday lives

Mobile leads in UK business race

The outlook for mobile business in the UK is bright as smartphones, tablet computers and wearable technology are set to dominate the market, writes James Dean

Fraud is costing the UK billions

Cyber crime, bribery and corruption are on the rise as corporate UK seeks to raise its defences against the fraudsters, writes James Dean

No bribes please, we’re British

When a company expands into new territories, especially emerging markets, bribery and corruption is a significant risk of doing business through local third-party representatives, as James Dean reports

Add value with asset management

Effective asset management can add value to a company at a time when resources are under growing pressure, writes James Dean

Tomorrow’s law firm - today

Science fiction, depicting the seemingly unstoppable advance of technology, has a habit of becoming science fact – and no one is beyond its orbit, not even practitioners of the law, writes James Dean

Global staff engagement rates

How far does employee engagement vary from country to country, continent to continent – and why? James Dean finds out