Apple’s $5bn glass office design causes employee injuries

Steve Jobs called it “a shot at the best office building in the world”. But it emerged this week that employees at Apple Park – Apple’s $5bn California HQ, a stunning glass building designed by Norman Foster – are reportedly accidentally walking into its all-glass walls and doors. At least...

10 bizarre festivals from around the world

Encouraging revellers to organize mass simultaneous pillow fights in cities around the world, annual International Pillow Fight Day takes place on 7th April 2018. Though feathers are flying in the name of good fun, massive pillow fights aren’t without their health and safety hazards. In 2015, 30 students were injured...

How likely is it that your job may be stolen by a computer?

The “Luddite Fallacy” refers to our insecurities around new processes and their superior, cheaply-run abilities which will lead to the redundancy of our own output. And with theories on how almost every area of industry can be improved upon thanks to data, automation, 3D printing and the like, there’s a...

April fools gone wrong…

We’re accustomed to greeting news, press releases and even friends with a hint of wariness on 1st April, in preparation for an onslaught of practical pranks, dishonest hoaxes and a generous dose of leg-pulling. But the popular tradition of trying to hoodwink each other on April Fool’s Day doesn’t always...

Directors and Officers tough at the top

Directors and Officers are today, facing a challenging environment. With tightening regulation and emerging technologies, executive liability is increasing, especially in the cyber arena. And despite an ever increasing series of cyber-attacks on businesses – a quarter are reporting a breach at least once a month – only 17% of...

What is Directors and Officers insurance?

It’s fair to say one of the most overlooked policies in the world of insurance would be Directors and Officers (D&0) insurance. It is also known as management insurance and is used to protect the people in the management structure of a business from any claims which may arise from...

Futuristic banking security could change the game for hackers

We’re used to our miniature card-readers and well-versed in keychain dongles which generate a unique passcode before we can log in to our online accounts. But these once new-fangled features are rather old hat when it comes to banking security. What’s next? From dynamic PIN numbers to iris scanners, there’s...

Understanding cyber insurance

The media go to phrase of the past decade when it comes to cyber insurance has undoubtedly been “Cyber Attack”. Which for you and I means a data breach leading to the theft of valuable data, we’ve seen numerous examples from the fifteen year old American who managed to hack...

Consent checklist: What your business MUST do to comply with GDPR

The way you currently contact your clients and prospects is changing, with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. Whether you’re sending marketing communications such as blog posts, deals and offers, or providing information about new services, your clients must now specifically agree to...

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