Office space may be reduced by Britain’s big banks
Banks may be keen to relocate from the centre of London.
Cloud computing proves helpful for call centres
Contact centres could reap the benefits of clouds computing.
Businesses urged to be careful with social networking posts
Data protection laws could be broken if companies let their staff write whatever they like on social media.
Huge cancer database ‘will revolutionise care’
Sharing information on all kinds of cancers could lead to breakthroughs in treatment.
Fears about adopting cloud computing could be unfounded, poll shows
Cloud computing can offer benefits to small firms in the very areas they are worried it might threaten.
Police forces to make some public transactions paperless
Starting with firearms licensing, police forces across the UK are to make some public payments completely digital to reduce paperwork.
Poll finds human error is still a big issue for data protection
People are still not being careful enough with data, it has been suggested.
Could SMEs need to change their ways on disaster recovery?
A haphazard approach to disaster recovery could cost smaller firms dearly.
Data loss incident highlights importance of good security measures
Data protection has been highlighted again after a company had a laptop with sensitive information stolen.