Consumer demands and behaviors often emerge and change rapidly, especially in the tech sector. This is especially true in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which has affected the way customers and businesses alike experience and
The BBC's weekly The Boss series profiles different business leaders from around the world. This week we speak to Howie Liu, the founder and chief executive of the fast-growing spreadsheet start-up AirTable. Silicon Valley boss Howard Liu
IT services are outsourced by organizations for many reasons, from operational flexibility, through the need for new, specific skills to cost saving. However, trends on the market are changing. According to the report prepared by GSA
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos laid out his vision for the future of humanity’s presence in space. The richest man on the planet (on paper, at least) spent about an hour talking about how and why he
In 2008—back when Netflix was delivering DVDs by mail—I decided to join Google’s latest acquisition, a video platform called YouTube. It’s hard to imagine now, but back then a lot of people were skeptical of YouTube.
Google made a flurry of announcements at CES this week, many of them coming rapid fire this morning. Don’t have time to dig through it all? That’s OK. Here’s the condensed version: 1. Google says that Assistant,
Hi-Tech nation Forum took place on 20-21 April in Minsk. Technologies are rapidly developing. They open up new opportunities for some businesses and ruin others. On which side is your business? Among the speakers were the world famous