Light has the power to captivate; be that gathering round a campfire, or the lights dimming on a stage and an expectant hush descending upon the audience. But imagine the impact if a building could have that effect of drawing people together and then entertaining or informing them; this is the reality of G-Smatt Europe’s architectural grade, smart, media glass.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for most of 2018, you’ve probably heard about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and how it’s created a huge amount of head-scratching, head-burying and headaching for many businesses.
Many years ago in my leaving speech from one of the big, global surveying firms, I said to my soon to be ex colleagues “Never forget, this firm is only as good as it is because it has you all working for it. It’s not the other way around.”
The war against cybercriminals has reached a critical point and businesses should ready themselves for an attack every 14 seconds, says Neill Lawson-Smith FBCS, MD of CIS Ltd
Oxfordshire-based Owen Mumford have been at the forefront of medical device innovation for over 65 years, creating solutions under the Owen Mumford brand that improve the delivery of healthcare and home health treatments for people around the world.
A new organisation called The Ideas Network 2030 was launched in Oxford recently to look at some of the trends that will emerge over the next decade. Here, Frank Nigriello, one of the founder members of IN2030, discusses the potential impact of digital technology on the business landscape of the future.
From the days of MSN Messenger, iTunes, Gmail and AOL. We have always been consuming Cloud Computing. However, over the last few years there is no doubt that Cloud Computing has revolutionised the business sector.
The Christmas season is approaching and can be a time of real stress and anxiety for couples who might already be talking about whether they are going to stay together.
Ever paid someone what you think is a compliment, only to find they take it as an insult? We tend to think others are just like us. Unsurprisingly, they’re not so it’s common to see misunderstandings arise in teams.