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A new report suggests book publishing will face yet more disruption while in the US authors and booksellers are taking on Amazon.

Posted 14 July 2015

The BBC is expected to cut 1000 jobs to help plug £150m gap in its licence fee income.

Posted 7 July 2015

What can neuroscience teach us about how people respond to content on mobile platforms?

Posted 3 July 2015

The EU is about to vote on proposed changes to Europe's copyright legislation.

Posted 2 July 2015

In Africa the demand for HE is growing, while library budgets struggle to keep pace.

Posted 1 July 2015

Many professionals and senior level executives are still ignoring the potential value of social media - at their peril.

Posted 20 June 2015

Four new national coalitions for digital jobs to be launched in Belgium, Cyprus, the Netherlands and the UK as the EU continues its drive to tackle Europe's digital skills deficit.

Posted 19 June 2015

Bank of England's plans leaked in autocomplete incident; Millennials and DNA passwords.

Posted 17 June 2015

New research suggests creative power of exposure to ideas and people.

Posted 4 June 2015

Sharing ideas and information across and between institutions will result in positive outcomes for institutions and individuals.

Posted 3 June 2015

Knowledge workers rarely do unique work. In fact they spend most of their time engaged in ‘re-work' due to the difficulty of re-using pre-existing knowledge.

Posted 19 May 2015

Key findings from an open dataset on makerspaces in the UK.

Posted 6 May 2015

Study suggests total move to OA is possible with no extra costs.

Posted 5 May 2015

The sharing economy will continue to disrupt the rental economy.

Posted 4 May 2015

Word of mouth is one of the most trusted forms of advertising.

Posted 24 April 2015

Organisations can improve performance by focusing on four key 'energy' needs of employees.

Posted 19 April 2015

Music continues to be a multi-format industry with global revenues divided equally between digital and physical.

Posted 15 April 2015

Apple has responded to criticisms by updating its iPhone emoji keyboard.

Posted 10 April 2015

Is Facebook making you depressed?

Posted 9 April 2015

The millennials' love of alternative messaging is driving social media growth.

Posted 8 April 2015

Internet seen as a positive influence on education - but less positive when it comes to morality.

Posted 26 March 2015

The average internet user spends two hours a day on social networks.

Posted 25 March 2015

New research suggests young US adults spend almost all their waking hours interacting with media.

Posted 23 March 2015

As the demand for offsite access continues to grow, are librarians providing seamless user journeys?

Posted 12 March 2015

New report explores the rise of the YouTube star.

Posted 9 March 2015

Results of FreePint Survey show that overall content budgets are stabilising - or even increasing.

Posted 3 March 2015

Google Glass may have been taken off the market but there are indications that the wearables market is becoming more mature.

Posted 25 February 2015

According to a survey conducted by YouGov author and librarian are dream jobs for many in the UK.

Posted 24 February 2015

As Generation Z prepares to enter the workforce, how should organisations plan for generational diversity?

Posted 23 February 2015

Are students receiving value for money? And what can be done to help them choose their courses wisely?

Posted 11 February 2015

Emojis have been discussed at the Silk Road trial.

Posted 10 February 2015

Fujitsu research paints a positive picture of attitudes and take-up of digital services.

Posted 9 February 2015

European Parliament publishes report on potential impact of key technologies.

Posted 29 January 2015

Report by Deloitte estimates $227 billion economic impact in 2014.

Posted 28 January 2015

The latest list of frequently used passwords shows people put themselves at risk by choosing weak, easily guessable passwords.

Posted 25 January 2015

Economic predictions suggest a slow-down in growth - employers need to invest in productivity.

Posted 16 January 2015

A round up of predictions for the year ahead.

Posted 14 January 2015

Words of the year reflect social, political and technological developments.

Posted 13 January 2015

Global internet use continues to grow - up 6.6% in 2014.

Posted 4 December 2014

In the UK there are calls for greater transparency in the collection of user data.

Posted 2 December 2014

Europe wants to see search engines unbundled from other commercial services.

Posted 1 December 2014

Research explores how people are sharing videos - and why.

Posted 19 November 2014

The Internet of Things is a powerful force for disruptive transformation.

Posted 18 November 2014

Digital technologies open up debate and foster democratic participation - and enable widespread surveillance and interception.

Posted 13 November 2014

Experts say lack of skills is a 'societal challenge'.

Posted 5 November 2014

Taylor and Francis White Paper explores current practices and future opportunities for social media in libraries.

Posted 4 November 2014

A round-up of stories featuring trolls, hackers, scammers and more.

Posted 27 October 2014

Several surveys highlight the gap between employee expectations and the reality resulting in them creating their own 'Shadow IT' services.

Posted 26 October 2014

In Australia a library service provides ambulance workers with rapid access to critical information.

Posted 23 October 2014

Ada Lovelace Day in October celebrates the achievements of women in science and technology.

Posted 9 October 2014

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