Nearly one in two people say technology fails them once a week or more, a new study commissioned by CRITICAL Software has revealed.
What does a new reality mean to you? At H+K’s Creativity + New Reality on 26th September, speakers explored this question and provided insight into the changing landscapes of business and culture.
Online speeches by business leaders, global trainers, universities, and Internet broadcasters capture increased international audience using software for virtual, real-time, United Nations’ style professional interpretation.
In a time when the world can feel full of bad news all the time, the brains behind a new app are aiming to change the way that people view each other and the world around them.
A decade ago, the things we can do with our smartphones today seemed impossible, and with talk recently about Samsung’s foldable phone, the big question is: what comes next?
New research by Colliers International shows that 62% of companies in the TMT sector are looking to expand their headcount.
New online YouGov survey reveals a big majority (57%) of the British workforce would be open to monitoring their health with technology at work as long as their employer supplied a device to do so. The majority want to ‘get fit and keep fit’ with encouragement from their bosses. Only 5% of workers have already been provided with health tech by employers
Economic inequality, societal polarization and intensifying environmental dangers are the top three trends that will shape global developments over the next 10 years, the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2017 found. Collaborative action by world leaders will be urgently needed to avert further hardship and volatility in the coming decade.
IBM unveiled this week the annual “IBM 5 in 5” (#ibm5in5) – a list of ground-breaking scientific innovations with the potential to change the way people work, live, and interact during the next five years.
From artificial intelligence to the Internet of Things (IoT), far-reaching innovations are unfolding in virtually every technology sector around the globe, continuing to change the way consumers, businesses and machines interact while also spurring the next revolution in tech market growth, according to a new white paper from IHS Markit.
Modern offices are turning to headsets in increasing numbers to replace a traditional telephone-based setup or upgrade or improve on existing models. The most commonly requested benefits offer an intriguing glimpse into improvements to headset technology and the evolving demands of the modern workforce.
Biometric authentication is fast becoming more than just fingerprints, with other methods growing rapidly over the next 5 years.
Crispin Jessop at Allocate Software says it’s time to future-proof your organization with careful planning and a little help from technology.
Research uncovers insights for determining health of a company, helping people make smarter career, financial decisions.
Aspiring Solicitors, which helps people from under-represented groups into a career in law, has this week announced a partnership with Grad DNA – a unique recruitment app that uses psychometric tests to match candidates with employers.
Sennheiser introduces MB 660, an industry’s first wireless adaptive active noise cancellation (ANC) headset, for productive and comfortable open plan office working.
New TrackR Find My Phone skill for Amazon Alexa is the first and only “find my phone” skill on the platform. TrackR is an Alexa Fund recipient—The Alexa Fund is named for the cloud-based voice service that powers Amazon Echo, and provides up to $100 million in investments to fuel voice technology innovation from developers, manufacturers and start-ups of all sizes.