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05/09
2017
Schools can spend less to achieve digital innovation
Posted by James Hooker on 05/09 at 10:00 AM Education, Internet connectivity, Telephone systems, Web filtering, Wi-Fi,
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Schools in England are being promised an extra £1.3bn over the next two years after the Government bowed to pressure from campaigns around funding shortages. However, many schools and colleges will still be trying to balance the books with the current limited funding available while...

01/09
2017
Your guests do not want to pay for Wi-Fi…so how do you make it pay?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 01/09 at 10:00 AM Hospitality, Wi-Fi,
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Having just returned from a two-week camping holiday in France, I know at first hand that I will never pay for Wi-Fi.It did not matter how many pained looks my teenage daughter gave me as she fretted about her Snapchat streaks or Instagram updates, I was not going to fork out 20...

29/08
2017
How your business can avoid a BA-style blackout
Posted by Colin Woods on 29/08 at 10:00 AM Data centre,

As the peak of the summer holiday season draws to a close, our head of cloud and connectivity Colin Woods explains why a BA-style blackout is in excusable these days and is a very stark why businesses choose to rely on data centres to ensure they do not suffer any outages.The short...

25/08
2017
How will MiFID II impact your finance business?
Posted by Richard Walters on 25/08 at 10:00 AM Call recording, Professional services,
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The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, commonly known as MiFID II, is due to come into force in January 2018.First introduced by the EU in response to the 2008 financial crisis, MiFID is a set of sweeping reforms for the financial industry designed to prevent history from...

22/08
2017
Are file-less or non-malware attacks the next big threat to cyber security?
Posted by Ash Khagram on 22/08 at 10:00 AM Security,
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There are more cyber-attacks occurring across the globe than ever before. While estimates of a 15% to 20% increase year on year for cyber-crime might not seem vast, that number is global and affects millions of PC’s, devices, and endpoints eg routers, servers, etc. Now hackers have...

18/08
2017
The two filters you need to protect your business
Posted by Colin Woods on 18/08 at 05:01 PM Web filtering,

While businesses tend to have firewalling sorted to stop cyber threats penetrating their network, they often do not check what they staff are viewing.In this short video blog, our head of cloud & connectivity Colin Woods explains why web filtering is crucial to businesses in term of...

15/08
2017
Why the retail sector should be offering free Wi-Fi
Posted by Richard Walters on 15/08 at 10:00 AM Retail, Wi-Fi,
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Free Wi-Fi is seen as a necessity not a luxury these days and most people expect to be able to access the internet and their cloud-based apps whenever they visit hotels, restaurants, cafés etc. but also when they are shopping. So the simple answer to why the retail sector should be...

11/08
2017
Digital transformation needs resilience for success
Posted by Simon Dunstan on 11/08 at 10:00 AM Data centre, Data networks, Internet connectivity, Telephone systems,
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Digital transformation is the buzz phrase of the telecoms and IT industries but what does it actually mean and have businesses already gone through the transformation process?In simple terms, digital transformation is using digital technology to enhance human life.In business...

08/08
2017
GP surgeries should consider cloud-hosted telephony to find savings
Posted by James Hooker on 08/08 at 10:00 AM Cloud-hosted telephone systems, Healthcare, Telephone systems,
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04/08
2017
Ransomware – it affects all businesses
Posted by Colin Woods on 04/08 at 10:00 AM Security,

Ransomware attacks sees hackers kidnap business or organisational data or access to systems until you pay them for their release.Businesses cannot operate without data. The global attack that affected the UK’s NHS and subsequently closed a number of GP surgeries for a short time is...

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