The use of cloud computing has become a big feature of growing a business in recent months, but many are still unsure of the concept, and the benefit that cloud services can offer.
In the 1960s Dr Charles Kao pioneered the use of fibre optics technology in communication, and now financial services firm UBS has included him in its list of Brand Advertising Campaign luminaries.
Business cards come in all shapes, sizes and colours and have now been given a video makeover by Vidioh.
More and more businesses, as well as personal users, are turning to the cloud for their data storage needs.
There are no shortage of tablets on the market, with all manners of shape, size and power represented. But how can accessories boost performance?
Businesses place a lot of responsibility on technology to lessen the burden of administration and accounts keeping. Aad Dekkers, marketing director EMEA at EVault, considers the steps businesses must take when implementing a data backup and disaster recovery plan.
Zak Shah, CEO and founder of social competition site WishFree.com, looks at how social media gaming could be a cost-effective way to engage new and existing customers.
The ability to conduct a quick diagnosis is important in industries ranging from personal healthcare to agriculture, and new nanotechnology could be about to give them the power to do this.
In the aftermath of the earthquake and following tsunami in Japan, many people were left with no cash cards to access funds. Now, a Japanese bank is pioneering new technology which could prevent this from happening again.
Data could soon be transmitted using the power of light following recent development work by a University of Edinburgh spin-out business.
In the last of our video diaries looking at the stars of Tech City, GrowthBusiness speaks to Glenn Shoosmith, founder and CEO of BookingBug.
In the second of three video diaries looking at the stars of Tech City, GrowthBusiness speaks to Alex Halliday, CEO of SocialGO.
Celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal could soon be dishing up a burger with a difference – a £210,000 ‘test- tube’ burger.
In the first of three video diaries looking at the stars of Tech City, GrowthBusiness speaks to Alex Saint, CEO of Secret Escapes.
SMEs consider why they should sign up for business grade broadband rather than the standard residential broadband.
Scot Nielsen, product manager at business software company Micro Focus, looks at how firms can embrace modern mobile technology without breaking the bank.
Energy efficiency devices can generate real savings for your business.
A new device has been created which claims to improve the cleaning powers of water. Could this be the next big thing to implement at your business?
Picture the scene. You drag yourself out of bed after a late night and look in the bathroom mirror. Instead of just gazing at the bags under your eyes, you are presented with information on your heart rate, temperature and weight.
Given the rising popularity of laptops, smartphones and tablets, we explain some of the implications of bringing your own device schemes for staff.
Eco Market has added to its growing list of angel backers by securing the interest of ghd co-founder Martin Penny and former PayPal and eBay executive Elisabeth Ling.
Despite it taking until 2013 for the UK to have its first ‘official astronaut’, Britain’s space industry offers many opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs.
That a team of 13 could build a business worth $1 billion should be the inspiration that all entrepreneurs need.
New research from GrowthBusiness shows that the number of UK cash shells is climbing. We speak to new entrants to the market and those that have recently closed deals to find out what’s driving shells’ increasing popularity.