At the start of 2019, there were 5.8 million small businesses registered in the UK, accounting for 99.9% of the business population, employing 16.6 million people and generating around half of private sector turnover. But these figures don't tell the whole story of what small businesses bring to the UK. more»
When a business experiences a security breach, it can be a chaotic and unsettling time. Apart from stirring up emotions that wouldn't be out of place in a Matrix movie, it also should remind business owners to think about long term implementations that can lessen the chances of it happening again. more»
Facing the anxiety-inducing effects of a systems hack is stressful for many SME owners. It's even worse for SME owners who don't operate in the tech or I.T industries, where many simply don't know where to start if their systems have been breached.
The rapid rise of digitally-driven business has forced brand guardians across sales, digital and marketing into digital transformation projects that are designed to protect their revenue streams and brand equity. […] more»
The bottomless beer taps and endless supply of caffeine that shared spaces such as WeWork offered set the barometer to which we now rate office space. Now employees have gotten picky about there work environment. So Disguising a kettle and store brand rich-tea biscuits as a "perk" will no longer entice an office team. As employees standards raise, you might feel the pressure to buckle and fold- impulsively signing a lease in a contemporary forth four lot, but before you rush in you must way out the pros and cons, because all that glimmers in these modern spaces is not gold. more»
In our technologically reliant age, where employers are facing both increasingly sophisticated cybercrime threats and the rising importance of workplace wellbeing, guarding a company’s privacy has never been more important. […] more»