2017’s technology trends to help you with eCommerce sales

We might be halfway through 2017, but there’s no better time than the present to look at what technological trends the year has produced so far. If you’re planning on working out a winning sales strategy for 2018, the trends that have developed or grown this year will give you a good indication of what

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Five ways to make your business more sustainable in 2017

If you are sat at work clock-watching, now may be the moment for your business venture to join the green revolution and transform that waste of time into a wasteland of opportunity. The modern business landscape continues to evolve and disposing of any rubbish habits will have a positive impact on your company and help

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What is the SFO process and how can you defend accusations

With a history of high-profile failures and years of opposition from PM Theresa May, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) had recently started to pick itself up, reporting modest growth and 12 new criminal investigations taking place, investigating the most serious and complex allegations of fraud, business crime, bribery and corruption. To help business owners understand

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How to rescue a failed software project

A successful software development project can translate into groundbreaking improvements and financial rewards. But if the project fails – or doesn’t deliver what’s been promised – it can turn into a digital nightmare. Sometimes the project has stalled, perhaps due to technical or organisational issues, and sometimes the development team has simply not been able

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Robots must understand human behaviour to reduce mistakes

With the use of robotics and automation in working environments on the rise, new research shows that almost three quarters (74 per cent) of professionals believe that an improvement in design to enable robots to better understand and interact with human behaviour is the only way to reduce the risk of workplace mistakes and accidents as a

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