Whenever a new year begins, reflction on what has been” and what’s to come is inevitable. This issue is a prime example, as it includes our annual...

An independent review commissioned by the Prime Minister” has found that around 300,000 people are leaving their jobs each year due to mental illness,...

So, BA’s laughable (as long as you weren’t caught up in it) IT meltdown over the last bank holiday weekend wasn’t the fault of technology after all,...

As we go to press, Canada Life Group Insurance has released a new report suggesting a ‘link’ between where you work and your chances of getting cancer,...

Perhaps it’s the grey skies or because at this time of year one’s thoughts inevitably turn towards self-improvement, or because in a time of uncertainty...

After years of 80% and 90% satisfaction and renewal rates, the managed print services (MPS) industry appears to be going through something of a crisis,...

Who saw that coming? And I’m not just talking about the Iceland result. As the consequences of Cameron’s ill judged gamble become clear, the spectre...

Mainland UK is a divided kingdom – or at least that’s the way it sometimes seems; split between between North and South, haves and have-nots, in-ers...

As we go to press, a new Office of National Statistics Environmental Accounts report reveals that the amount of materials consumed in the UK (including...

Recent results from HP, Lexmark and Xerox (see page 24) highlight the challenges facing the printer industry as customers implement paper-saving digitisation...