Is tech on any of the main parties' radar ahead of the General Election?

Tuned in: Is the election focusing on tech?

Tuned in: Is the election focusing on tech?

What are the manifesto pledges from each party in relation to technology and the part technology plays in the future of our digital economy? Have the parties even given it much thought? 

Data in the DNA: Growing a company with data at its core

Information age: Data is key when growing your business

You can have all the flair in the world and the best business instincts ever seen: but sometimes there's just no substitute for a great big cache of data...

Five steps to managing your startups password management

Passwords are the gateway to everything your business relies on, so why wouldn't you make them secure?

Using wireless to drive your business further

Wireless wonder: The technology can aid business agility

Smaller business thrive on their agility, so why do so many still not embrace the kind of wirseless technology that can provide it? Peter Hannah, regional director UK, Ireland & Nordics, NETGEAR explores

Establishing a pipeline of breakthrough innovation

Innovation is key not only for starting a business but also staying ahead on the pack: so what steps can you put in place to optimise yours?

It’s time for SMEs to combat the personal cloud

Time-pressured employees often don't have the opportunity to think about cloud-based security: so how can small businesses make sure everyone is working towards complete cyber safety?

Protect it yourself? The pros and cons of DIY network security

Network security is a critical consideration for any business. But should SMEs opt for a DIY approach, an in-house team or a third-party provider?

Five ways by which your POS system is saving you money

Getting the right POS system can help drive further sales through a business

Point of sale systems can deliver big benefits to a company bottom line.

The 21st century virtual data room: A how-to guide

In an era of fast deals and big money, Tom Horsman, head of technology at Imprima, explains how a virtual data room aids the process.

From the sharing economy to radical generosity: A shift from transacting to gifting

Newer entrants to the job market have a different perspective on what is required

As the baby boomers and millennials line up in the workplace, Watershed director Simon Middleton examines how the new concept of 'radical generosity' could lead to a generation of entrepreneurs paying it forward.

Sferiq leads the way in opening the art market to investment professionals

To coincide with the creation of a new award at this year’s Investor Allstars, GrowthBusiness finds out how investment firm Sferiq is facilitating new technologies and new investment to shake up the art market.

How employees can use tech to be productive while watching the summer of sport

Alan Ritchie, managing director at PC World Business, gives his tips on how to balance new flexible working requests with remaining productive.

More from Growing A Business

A fiver for your thoughts: Why education is a business matter

Human Resources

Education and business do not always have the easiest relationship: but taking just a little more notice of education can bring real benefits for the business world

Getting things done: Three action models to increase productivity

Leadership & Mentors

How can you build a model for effectively prioritising actions and making the most efficient use of your time? This exclusive extract from David Allen's book Getting Things Done should help

Vitesse Events

New Energy & Cleantech Awards 2015

Recognising those who play a pivotal role in the process and shaping of the future...  

M&A Awards 2015

The 2013 M&A awards celebrate deal-making excellence in the mid-market. Whether you're a lawyer, accountant...  

Business offers for growing companies

More from GrowthBusiness

News & Market Deals

Winners: The Duke of York with two of the young entrepeneurs

Finest Young Digital Entrepreneur winners announced

Inspiring Digital Enterprise Awards (IDEA) hosted by Duke of York

The Entrepreneur

Powering your sales with Creddy

This article, written in conjunction with Creddy, looks at the way the business can power sales

Comment & Analysis

Northern uproar: Will investing in the North lead to more jobs?

Invest in the North and the jobs will come

The economy of the UK as a whole is in a fragile state, with a North-South divide still present: but investment in the North can bring both equality and jobs

Research

'28% of organisations do not measure the cost of customer service'

Report exposes lack of ROI insight from customer service

The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds