UK businesses struggling with requests for personal information

Nearly a third of UK businesses in a new study are non-compliant when responding to GDPR personal information requests Crawley, UK, May 22, 2019 – A year after the GDPR came into ... Continue Reading →

OKI Europe Brings its Regional Businesses Together as One Entity

Egham, 20th December 2017 – To help further its vision of creating an agile, efficient and highly responsive operation, OKI Europe Ltd is bringing together its entire Europe, Middle ... Continue Reading →

UK Threat Report from Cybersecurity Firm Carbon Black Finds That 88% of UK Businesses Surveyed Have Been Breached During the Last 12 Months

Businesses report breaches are most likely to spawn from phishing attacks Reading, UK, 11th February 2019: Carbon Black (NASDAQ: CBLK), a leader in next-generation ... Continue Reading →

San Francisco businesses rank second most optimistic in the world about their city’s digital environment

8 November 2017 – The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released a global research project commissioned by Telstra, a leading telecommunications and technology company, ... Continue Reading →

London businesses among top 10 most optimistic in the world about their city’s environment to support their digital ambitions

8 November 2017 – The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released a global research project commissioned by Telstra, a leading telecommunications and technology company, ... Continue Reading →

Global Vodafone Survey Shows Strong Cyber Security Helps Businesses To Grow

A new cyber security report from Vodafone, Cyber Security: The Innovation Accelerator, highlights a strong link between how cyber security is used and business success, with 86 per ... Continue Reading →

New book “Winning Big” will help businesses leave competition out in the cold when it comes to bids

Author Anne McNamara: “Bidding isn’t an administrative burden but an engine for growth: Get good or get out. There are no medals for participation and sadly second place is a ... Continue Reading →

South Dakota Wants The Supreme Court To Let It Tax Out-Of-State Businesses

South Dakota has become what South Carolina once was — stubborn, pugnacious and wrong. In 1860, South Carolina became the first state to vote to secede. In 2016, South Dakota’s ... Continue Reading →