Some 84% of the IoD members questioned cited technology as driving their business forwards, with 74% stating productivity as the main reason for this investment.
Almost two-thirds use wireless technology and 25% have a wireless LAN (local area network).
‘Once they [SMEs] can see the bottom line business advantage, they are fleet of foot in grasping the opportunities offered by information communication technology – such as mobile working,’ according to Jim Norton, senior policy advisor to the IoD.
Almost two-thirds of respondents said that data security was a significant worry, and over half are concerned about their disaster recovery plans.
An accelerated entry route into CIMA for CIPFA members is launched
Grant Thornton will conduct the audit of Tern following the resignation of Jeffreys Henry
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have announced that Françoise Flores will join 1 January 2017
The ACCA has announced a partnership with UK research and development tax reclaim specialist RD Tax Solutions