Every business has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, whether that’s for better or for worse. The IT sector is one area that hasn’t particularly thrived throughout 2020, with forecasts suggesting a significant decline compared to 2019.
More and more businesses are becoming totally reliant on the internet, and it’s not difficult to see why.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has sent the world into a frenzy. People stuck in quarantine, businesses moving to a work-from-home model, the entertainment industry stagnating: the world seems to have slowed down in the face of the pandemic.
If anything good comes from Covid-19, it may be the realisation that remote working is not just an alternative for times of crisis, but actually the best way to conduct business.
Love it or loathe it, technology continues to advance. And in terms of consumer behaviour, it would seem the general public love the convenience of technology. In 2020, it’s estimated that 20 billion apps will be downloaded in the UK alone*.
At the end of the year, it’s always easy to accept the problems that we face in our day to day work routine and say that we’ll be better at time and people management in the new year, when we attack January rested and fresh-faced.
As the owner of an original brand that you have franchised out, you need to make sure that you are able to offer top support to anyone who has decided to invest in your franchise scheme.
Technology has always been a huge part of our lives for decades now; from pagers to high speed internet, it’s been changing our lives and how we work.
The benefits of cloud computing are impossible to ignore. More than just a buzzword, the cloud is now a crucial part of any business stack.
From wiping tables as a teen, to developing a coding programme for adults, David Graham’s newest venture, Code Ninjas, is moving its way into the heart of Britain.