Industry Comment
Connectivity issues cost UK economy millions of pounds
Cradlepoint, experts in cloud-delivered LTE and 5G wireless network edge solutions, has published the findings from its State of Connectivity in Europe report in cooperation with Censuswide.
8/10 businesses not ready for Windows 11
Following the announcement that Microsoft is ending its support for the current version of Windows 10, on 14th October 2025, new data released by IT asset management platform provider Lansweeper has revealed that 8 out of 10 businesses are still operating on Windows 10.
Is it the end of traditional ‘builder’s brew?’
Ahead of International Tea Day (21st May), new data from retailer wilko shows glass coffee-style mugs, made popular by chains such as Starbucks, are outselling conventional tea mugs by 20 per cent, signalling the decline in popularity for the iconic builder’s brew.
80% of workers don’t believe AI will replace them
Despite all of the recent debate around the rapidly increasing abilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI), research by digital identity security specialists, ID Crypt Global, reveals that more than 80 per cent of people have no concern that the technology is going to replace them in the workplace.
Five green flags you need to see in your ideal IT partner
With digital transformation, the only certainty in the years to come is uncertainty. Rachel Thorne, Director of Operational Excellence at Espria, gives five key questions every business should ask to ensure they have the right IT partner for their needs.
Building the business case for satellite IoT
The Operational IoT market continues to expand as organisations across the world imagine an extraordinary range of opportunities to leverage sensor technology.
Get smarter buildings & facilities management with IoT
Inflation, energy costs, and the cost of living are increasingly causing challenges for businesses and consumers. This is resulting in higher operational costs for organisations to not only manage but run their facilities, placing pressure on facility managers’ shoulders to operate their sites more cost-effectively and productively.
Average office worker is a ‘sitting expert’
The typical office worker will sit at their desk for over 1,300 hours this year, 10,000 hours just eight years into their career, and 53,000 hours by the time they retire.

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