Month: April 2018

Switzerland is a diverse and mature economy that offers opportunities in all sectors and bilateral trade with the UK is worth over 33.9 billion a year – a figure that is projected to rise to 29.4 billion by the end of the decade.

And it’s been named as the world’s most competitive economy in both the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index 2013 and 2014.

So while breaking into Switzerland might not be easy, it will be  well worth the effort if your business does.

There are about 80 flights per day between the UK and Switzerland, so getting there and back is no problem – even so, you’ll still need a cost-effective and reliable international conference call provider for those times you simply can’t get out there.

Here’s how to set one up in a few simple steps…

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You’re going to be hearing a lot about GDPR over the coming weeks, as the European Union’s new data protection legislation takes effect in just over a month’s time, on May 25.

And it looks like it;s going to be a timely piece of legislation, giving the ongoing controversy surrounding Facebook’s use of data, which has seen the social networks CEO answering some tricky questions in front of the US congress.

There’s one tech giant that seems unfazed by the new rules though…

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If you’re a business owner and you’ve not heard about GDPR, you seriously need to put that right – check out this quick guide to GDPR for small businesses for everything you need to know…

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If you’re a BT customer, there’s a good chance you’re not too happy with the the service you’re paying for – the telecoms giant has more complaints from it’s mobile and broadband customers than any other, according to figures from Ofcom, the telecoms regulator.

So, who are the UK’s best and worst broadband and mobile providers?

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Our homes are getting smarter – we control smart speakers all around the home with our voices, control our thermostats from anywhere with smart heating, and control the ambiance with smart lighting. There are even smart fridges that which are programmed to sense what kinds of products are stored inside it and keep a track of the stock through barcode or RFID scanning.

These gadgets all have one thing in common, they’re constantly online. And anything that’s always connected can be used in a cyber attack. And the older the connected tech, the easier it is to hack into.

So, is it time smart tech came with a ‘use by’ date?

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