Information Commissioner’s Office is set to expand its powers in the UK, meaning companies have to be more careful than ever when handling consumer data. Roger Llewellyn, CEO of data analysis expert, Kognitio, looks at how firms can avoid treading on the toes of the ICO as it plans to reveal the results of its … [Read more…]
Temperatures expected to drop below -20 with severe weather warnings for the next two weeks issued by the Met Office. More and more companies are struggling to keep their offices open and it couldn’t come at a worse time as the UK economy gears up for Christmas.
Around seven million people in the UK are waiting until Christmas Day to buy friends and family presents this year, according to new research.
Poor preparation from UK e-retailers could result in lost sales on the UK’s biggest online shopping day, Mega Monday.
News Corporation is reportedly willing to sell Myspace, the former social media market leader it bought back in 2005.
Cable giant Virgin Media has launched its new broadband internet based “next-generation entertainment platform” and Set Top Box (STB), which uses Video-on-Demand (VoD) technology from TiVo.
The Daily Telegraph is considering going behind a paywall, just months after The Times began charging readers £1 a day for online access. Steve Elsham, head of media at business analytics company SAS looks at how newspapers can make the paywall pay.
Yammer has received $25m in third-round funding, as the US-based business-based social network looks to expand to Europe and Australia.
The WikiLeaks website yesterday said that it was under a forceful internet-based attack with the site inaccessible to users in U.S. and Europe.
For the US holiday season-to-date, $13.55 billion has been spent online, marking a 13% increase on the same period last year, according to new data.