Partnership looks to bring procurement and payment for B2B organisations into a single solution.
Google is apparently working on virtual desktops for their Chrome OS operating system, and the community is hyped.
TunnelBear is an easy to use VPN that simplifies the setup process for new users and should be a great fit for all but the most demanding users.
Windscribe provides users with a 10GB data allowance, P2P support and unblocks Netflix which is more than most free VPNs.
IPVanish is a powerful VPN with lots of options but its mobile apps lose some of the features of their desktop counterparts.
CyberGhost VPN may be on the expensive side when it comes to monthly pricing but its two and three year plans make it much more affordable to sign up for this powerful VPN.
VPN Unlimited offers fast performance and apps for a wide variety of platforms but the Keep Solid’s logging policy may be a turn off for some.
Hotspot Shield sets itself apart from the competition by focusing on speed above all else though users looking for low prices and router support will be disappointed.
Here’s a look at the current situation in the UK and some of the ways in which businesses can benefit from going paperless in 2019.
With supply chain and logistics becoming more complicated in the age of industrial IoT, the need for AI-enabled chatbots is much higher in this field.
How do retailers embody this agile approach when engaging with their customers, in order to positively impact their bottom line this spring?
Dave Chaplin highlights that the legislation's ‘reasonable care’ requirement is a fundamental aspect of the legislation and why blanket assessments are so damaging and dangerous for the UK’s flexible economy.