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The human Cloud is the future of work.

Whenever we talk about 'The Cloud', we think technology and business services. We imagine this utopian place where useful stuff floats around in the ether - and we simply turn ‘it’ on and off, up and own, whenever we want.

Article by: | Published: 16 November 2015

The HRDirector Features

Staffing partnerships – helping to navigate the IT skills crisis

The lack of tech and IT skills is reaching crisis point for British businesses. The latest research from CompTIA found that 44 per cent of IT executives believe that a lack of digital skills is negatively affecting productivity while 27 per cent said that a lack of skilled technical staff is slowing speed to market.

Article by: | Published: 5 October 2015

The HRDirector Features

Workforce planning is about getting data right

Whilst the pressure may be on to collect as much data as possible, the paper advises stepping back to identify the important business problems and working backwards to decide what information HR needs to plan organisational resources.

Article by: | Published: 6 August 2015

The HRDirector Features

Big data revolution

Middle managers need to adapt to halt their decline. CEO of Achieve Breakthrough, Mike Straw discusses the threat that Big Data poses to middle management.

Article by: | Published: 5 May 2015

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If Obama’s can be hacked, nobody is safe

As news that the security of Obama's emails have been compromised, Itsik Mantin, security researcher, Imperva and Mark James, ESET security specialist explains why human error is still such an important factor when it comes to cyber security:

Article by: | Published: 27 April 2015

The HRDirector Features

Battle for IT talent goes national

Tech Cities Job Watch, a quarterly analysis of IT job vacancies across the country, is proof of the high levels of IT recruitment activity taking place across Britain. By Geoff Smith, Managing Director, Experis.

Article by: | Published: 30 March 2015