Enclave Networks closes $1M funding round led by Berlin-based Next Big Thing

The investment comes as businesses continue to grapple with cybersecurity concerns around remote home working and managing multi-cloud environments Cybersecurity software firm, Enclave Networks, has closed a $1M funding round led by existing investors Next Big Thing together with new US-based cyber investors Gula Tech Adventures (GTA). Enclave Networks has developed proprietary technology to improve […]

One in six office staff would quit if denied flexible working

About one in six white-collar workers want to change jobs because their employer is forcing them to return to the office. According to a survey of 1,000 people by the messaging service Slack, those who work in IT, telecoms, sales, legal and marketing are the most determined to continue working from home and are considering […]

Autonomy boss Mike Lynch may be extradited to US soon to face fraud trial

A British software tycoon has failed to delay a ruling on whether he should be extradited to the US over claims that he masterminded an £8 billion fraud. The High Court decision means that the home secretary could send Mike Lynch, the founder of Autonomy — once arguably the UK’s most successful software company — […]

Bentley’s new electric car set to be made in the UK

Bentley has committed to keeping production of its new range of luxury electric cars at its home in Crewe and put a date of late 2025 for delivery of its first zero-emission vehicle at the plant. Apparently laying to rest fears that its parent, Volkswagen, could migrate — at least in part — production of […]

Benefit crackdown aims to get half a million people into work by summer

Ministers will today launch a new benefits crackdown designed to get half a million unemployed people back to work by the end of June. As Boris Johnson battles to get on the front foot amid the Partygate row, the Government will unveil new rules to force benefits claimants to take a job more quickly. Under […]

Benefit crackdown aims to get half a million people into work by summer

Ministers will today launch a new benefits crackdown designed to get half a million unemployed people back to work by the end of June. As Boris Johnson battles to get on the front foot amid the Partygate row, the Government will unveil new rules to force benefits claimants to take a job more quickly. Under […]

Smart devices will let us control gadgets with our minds

They already help play music, get the news and control appliances at home, and virtual voice assistants may soon also be able to detect if people are ill. Smart speakers such as Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant are expected within the decade to be able to spot oncoming colds and chronic health conditions before they […]

Shops and trains stick to masks as plan B ends

Supermarkets and train operators will carry on asking people to wear facemasks after the legal requirement for them comes to an end today. Plan B coronavirus measures in England have been dropped as Boris Johnson promises a route back to “complete normality”. Last night Sajid Javid, the health secretary, boasted of “restoring more freedoms to […]

5 Factors to Consider Before Investing in Mutual Funds

There are a lot of things you would be thinking about before you start investing in mutual funds. One of them is, “should I invest in mutual funds?” The answer to that is a huge yes. You have to invest. Investing is one step ahead of just saving. While you have worked for the money […]

Essex County Council set to rebrand tarnished county image

Essex is an area of a rich and diverse history. It is the place where Queen Boudica of the Iceni led the resistance against the Romans and where Clement Attlee decided to rebuild Britain after the Second World War. But over recent years it has perhaps become more synonymous with reality show The Only Way […]