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From cloud services, Big Data, drones and mobile apps, it’s impossible to deny that technology is putting strain on the traditional infrastructure of the construction industry.
China is now capable of 3D printing ten full-sized houses a day; there are cranes that have the technological capabilities to self-build and drones that are capable of weaving cord into bridges. Whether the construction industry is ready for it or not; technology is certainly pressing its dominance over the …Read more
A big step has been taken towards the introduction of driverless vehicles in the UK with Business Secretary Vince Cable announcing new measures to give them the green light to hit our roads from January 2015.
But are we really ready to introduce this new technology, and do we really want the responsibility and joy of driving taken out of our hands?
Following the new proposals UK cities can now bid for a share of a £10 million competition to host a driverless car trial and the government …Read more
With new statistics showing that UK men will make their million at 51 years-old and women by the time they hit 70, there is a pungent question hanging in British air – is pay inequality still a real issue?
The average worker in the UK will make their million at the age of 56; however when we segregate the data into genders it takes women 19 years longer than men according to a study by Prudential. Granted, the gap has closed by two years since 2012 but it is still gapingly large.
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Change is inevitable and nowhere is this more prevalent than in the world of business.
Many of us are beginning to accept that individuals and businesses will work more efficiently in flexible and innovative ways. It appears this train of thought could lead to the end of the classic nine-to-five office environment with a new study showing that only 14% of us want to work in this type of traditional office.
One in five people say they want to work in a ‘virtual’ place …Read more
Global access to the internet has revolutionised the way businesses do business. From digital marketing, emails and social media to web pages and content distribution, businesses have refined and reformed their strategies.
Attitudes to social media have changed over the past decade, with the use of personal and corporate profiles becoming ever more commonplace. Although the concept is relatively young, it has allowed, and encouraged, communities and cultures to promote themselves to a greater …Read more