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After the Government announced plans it will make the National Living Wage (NLW) compulsory throughout the UK by 2020, the Government has since released its latest name-and-shame list of employers.
Dixons Carphone says there's "room for everyone to play" in the emerging market for smart/connected home products, saying that strong competition can help grow the sector.
Many companies within the IT and telecommunications sector are unaware that they could be fined up to £20,000 for not paying employees the national minimum wage (NMW), according to a ...
With the public purse being squeezed, some councils are having to come up with fresh ways to make sure their budget for IT doesn't disappear.
The Internet of Things (IoT) - the idea that most physical objects will be connected online - will be more disruptive to retailers than anything else seen to date, reports ...
Following a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron, Cisco has committed $1 billion (£649 million) to help accelerate the UK’s digital economic growth.
Forgive us for not sharing Iain Duncan Smith's level of enthusiasm around the announcement of a compulsory National Living Wage during yesterday's Budget.
How much money do you make from your customers' telephone and mobile calls?
With sponsorship deals between computer vendors and pro gaming teams reaching close to seven figures, PCR asks UK eSports organisation Team Dignitas’ manager Michael “ODEE” O’Dell about the exploding market, ...
Tech execs from Dixons, The Hut, Computacenter and Tech City have signed an open letter backing Tories, as Labour plans to change zero hours contracts.