As it's revealed that an astonishing 30% of people say they have never backed up their data! We remind you of the importance of protecting your critical data.
We look at how generative AI could change work and jobs going forwards, plus how it could help businesses adopt new work trends such as a 4-day week.
Conversational chatbot ChatGPT’s creators OpenAI have announced that ChatGPT will now be able to use plugins to improve its capabilities and outputs.
Designed to help users save time and increase productivity. Can Microsoft Copilot be the next game-changing step in the AI chatbot revolution?
In this insight, we look at what GPL is, how it relates to the right to repair, and how businesses can be affected if other businesses don’t fulfil their obligation under GPL.
The UK government Department of Health (DOH) is facing criticism over a report that says it spent more on new Apple iPhones than it did on defibrillators last year.
There was some relief from UK businesses hoping for government help following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) after HSBC rescued the UK arm of the bank by buying it for £1.
Popular streaming service Netflix is facing a user backlash after it accidentally posted what appears to be some unpopular plans to tackle password sharing on its platform.
In this article, we look at how slimming-down and optimising websites is yet another way that businesses are helping to cut their carbon emissions.
With TikTok announcing new features for teens and families, including a 60-minute daily screen time limit, we look at the issue of social media addiction and ideas for tackling it.
Our tech-insight offers a non-technical understanding view of the benefits of OLED displays take a brief look at the other types of LED displays available.
With eco-friendly packaging being considered as part of the green product decision-making process of today’s customers, here we look at food packaging that could save on plastic waste because it is edible!
Following the banning of Chinese short video sharing app TikTok from EU and US government devices, plus more trouble
on the way in Canada, we look at some
of the reasons why.
With OpenReach now “throttling” broadband speeds and limiting phone calls as measures designed to gently “nudge” customers to upgrade as the “Big Switchoff” approaches, we look at exactly what’s happening, why...
Meta has announced it’s launching its own version of Twitter’s Blue Tick called ‘Meta Verified’ for Facebook and Instagram where users pay a monthly subscription to be verified on the platforms.
Twitter-owner Elon Musk’s latest decision to turn off SMS 2FA after 20th March unless you pay for Blue Tick has caused another storm of criticism.
In this insight, we look at the popular email authentication protocols SPF, DKIM, and DMARC, how they work, why they’re important, and what happens if they’re not set up properly.
Green distributed computer network heating company Heata is offering to provide up to 4.8kWh of free hot water per day in exchange for installing a business cloud server in your home.
$100 billion/£82.7bn is reported to have been wiped off the value shares in Google’s parent company Alphabet following a rather public error made by Bard, Google’s new answer to ChatGPT.
Kaspersky research has shown that hackers are now being recruited with dark web job ads offering huge salaries and benefits!
iHelios has developed a system of using temperature controlled, energy-efficient electric infrared ‘wallpaper’ to heat homes and businesses which may have the potential to replace...
Following news that hackers have stolen encrypted backups from the parent company of popular password manager LastPass, we look at what password managers are, plus the implications of the attack for businesses.
Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichia, has announced that Google will be launching its rival to OpenAI’s ChatGPT called ‘Bard’ “in the coming weeks” following its final testing stage.
Engineers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) say they have modified a conventional diesel engine to run (mostly) on hydrogen which could lead to CO2 emissions being cut by up to 85%.
Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites may soon face lawsuits alleging that the way their algorithms work may be a factor in causing mental illness in some users.
In this article, we look at how significant job cuts and other factors are evidence of a tech recession, what the causes are, plus what tech businesses can do to survive and move forward.
With OpenAI’s ChatGPT making the headlines and quickly becoming a useful tool for many businesses, here we look at some of the more novel ways to use this innovative technology.
Reports have seen a 40% fall in their earnings as more people have refused to pay the ransom following...
Here we look at the trend of ‘job boomeranging’, the reasons why the trend occurred, and why businesses may choose to re-hire boomerangers.
22 passengers experienced the UK’s first full-size autonomous bus for the first time as part of a testing process by Stagecoach, the UK’s largest bus and coach operator.
Following the case where a remote worker was fined for ‘time theft’, we look at what it is, the legal and ethical aspects, and how it relates to employee monitoring software.
This second part of ‘Why Use Outsourced IT Support?’ focuses on what kind of questions to ask when looking for your ideal outsourced IT support company.
Consumer champion Which? says that high-end smart products may lose features and functionality, or become a hacking risk, after as little as two years because...
In this feature, we look at some of the most prominent tech trends for 2023 and how businesses could benefit from them.
Looking at this question in two parts, here we’ll be firstly looking at the pros and cons of opting for outsourced IT support.
...but it does appear online banking fraud and other forms of digital crime are now replacing the traditional ‘hold-up’!
Microsoft has retained the No.1 spot in Drucker Institute’s annual Management Top 250 ranking for the best-run companies in the U.S. for the third year in a row, while rankings for some other tech companies have slipped.
In this article, we look at what ChatGPT is, what it can do, and what type of businesses could get the most out of it.
FlyZero’s and UK Aerospace Technology Institute’s (ATI) study has concluded that green liquid hydrogen powered aircraft could deliver the net-zero 2050 target for aviation.