Small guy is fighting back with big help online

Reports of the death of the high street have been greatly exaggerated. From big data to location targeting and social media, Hugo Cox discovers how virtual and actual smaller retailers are tracking down digital channels that work for them

Taking hold of the market by grasping mobile

The fast-moving mobile market is the smart direction to go, but getting to grips with business on the move can be challenging, writes Stephen Armstrong

How to keep pace with mobile and get ahead

The mobile business sector is notoriously difficult to predict, but mobile marketing experts from a wide range of organisations tell Jason Hesse how they are making mobile work for their business

2013 mobile business predictions

The mobile business sector is notoriously difficult to predict, but Nick Huber analyses market trends and tips the ones to watch

Technology is key to unlock healthcare cost savings

As the UK population ages and more people live with illness, provision of healthcare must adapt to meet the new challenge, writes Lilian Anekwe

Ensuring better connections suit patients’ needs

A model for healthcare delivery that leverages technology can maximise resources, and better engage clinicians and patients, as Corinne Swainger reports

Shape of technical things to come

Healthcare innovation can not only improve patients’ wellbeing and prolong life, it can also offer efficiency cost savings in an economic environment where cuts seem inevitable, as Dave Howell discovers

On the scent of a new market

How can perfume make its mark on the online market? Shrewd fragrance houses should take note of the latest technology to tap into scent-lovers’ personal tastes, writes Jo Fairley