• Technology has reshaped the way in which organisations run their business. Different technology has enabled organisations to streamline and improve various aspects of their operations and functions.


    Employees have also benefited massively, as they have been able to use technology to make processes within their job role easier and less time-consuming.


    Interested in modern work practices, training and qualification provider analysed the latest findings from business software and services firm ‘Advanced’, who surveyed over 1,000 UK employees in professional occupations to discover the technology they would most like to see in their daily working life

  • Wind energy is one of the fastest-growing energy sources in the world and is poised to play a key role in mitigating global climate change and future energy provision.Of the renewable energy technologies, wind energy ranks second only to hydroelectric power in terms of installed capacity, globally.

    The global wind power market has achieved exceptionally high growth rates over the past few years. The growth is driven by national governments’ push to improve energy security, and in particular, to reduce coal consumption due to growing concerns about climate change and air pollution.

  • Faced with Stronger Challenges Than Those Mounted by Fintechs, Banks Need to Emulate Digital Giants and Adopt Full-Scale Digital Transformation to Outpace Traditional Rivals and Ward Off Disruption, Says New BCG Report

    Although banking has seen a recovery since the 2008 financial crisis, the industry has entered an era of unprecedented change that will test banks’ adaptiveness for much of the next decade—forcing them to take bold actions that advance digital capabilities and defend their turf—according to a new report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The report, titled Banks Brace for a New Wave of Digital Disruption,