Constant digital transformation is now the new norm

Spiral office staircase

The need for constant change to stay ahead in business means the term “digital transformation” may give way to “digital evolution”

Workplace success through robotic process automation

Toy robots in the office

The latest office recruit taking over routine tasks is not a sci-fi metal robot with menacing limbs, instead it’s a computer software program capable of machine-learning

Is your washing machine a security risk?

connected smart kitchen

Devices connected to the internet of things may present a security risk as hackers demonstrate the vulnerability of smart homes to cyber attacks

What hackers are REALLY like

Cover illustration for Cyber Security Special Report

In the wake of the Tesco Bank hack, which saw 9,000 customer accounts targeted, cyber security experts are warning of organised online crime gangs operating like a digital mafia

Brexit: What can we learn from the 2008 crash?


How Britain exiting the European Union will affect the economy is yet to be fully understood, but it is certain agile businesses that are fast to adapt will fare best

Online or bricks-and-mortar: shopping is getting the best of both worlds

Competition between online and high street retailers is blurred by e-tailers opening bricks-and-mortar stores and their rivals adopting e-commerce – now the destination is omnichannel

Using project management software to drive productivity

Project management software is increasingly sophisticated, but may benefit from improved integration to link systems on major contracts

High-tech living making our homes smarter

Smart homes: what’s next after controlling central heating with your smartphone and switching on the lights before you get home?