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Top 5 Ways to Keep Your Email Secure with Office 365

For most businesses these days, email is almost always the single point of communication and collaboration. And while email is a necessary tool for businesses, it can also make sensitive information and confidential data vulnerable to cybercriminals. Running your business means you’re operating around the clock, but unfortunately, cybercriminals are too. Internally, a small business […]

Six top big data solutions

The ability to aggregate, process and then act on big data is no longer not an option for big businesses. By ignoring this opportunity, companies fail to monetise and gain invaluable insights not only into customers but into operations. Many companies in the telco sector are becoming more and more aware of this need and […]

5 Overlooked Tech ETFs Crushing XLK

The technology sector has been the best-performing sector this year with the ultra-popular Select Sector SPDR Technology ETF XLK gaining 26.2% in the year-to-date time frame versus the gain of 15.7% for SPDR S&P 500 SPY . The outperformance came on the back of soaring FAANG stocks – Facebook FB , Amazon AMZN , Apple AAPL , Netflix NFLX, and Alphabet GOOGL . The emergence of cutting-edge technology […]

INTERLAW DIVERSITY FORUM

Phase IV of the Apollo Project (an initiative of the InterLaw Diversity Forum) is now underway and we are accepting nominations of individuals or organisations whose initiatives are furthering the advancement of inclusive cultures in the workplace to promote meritocracy. *Individual awards have been added this year in order to recognise individual change-makers as well as organisations. Please use the nomination forms on the […]

Google’s Biggest Acquisitions

As Google nears 200 M&A deals since its YouTube acquisition back in 2006, we visualize the tech giant’s top acquisitions. Eleven years ago, tech giant Google announced its largest acquisition since it incorporated in a Menlo Park garage, paying $1.7B for YouTube, a video platform that at the time had fewer than 100 employees. Since then, Google’s checkbook has opened […]

THE APOLLO PROJECT

The The Apollo Project is a global cross-sector initiative for businesses and organisations of all sizes, which provides the practical tools needed to better embed more inclusive workplace practices and cultures to promote meritocracy.  The Apollo Project seeks out and awards ground-breaking initiatives and examples of best practice backed up by evidence, and then offers […]

Digital Talent for London

As part of Skills for Londoners, the Mayor’s Digital Talent Programme is investing £7m to help young people get the right skills to fill a growing number of digital, creative and technology jobs. It will: inspire young people to join the tech workforce bring together educators with industry fund new courses in digital, tech and creative improve teaching and […]
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