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School internet connections cannot dictate their telephone system choice
Posted by Joe Kavanagh on 13/11 at 10:00 AM Education,
school telephone and internet

With schools always on the lookout for money-saving opportunities to make their restricted budgets go further, many will have been tempted by the financial advantages of cloud-hosted telephony solutions to replace their outdated on-premise versions. However, they may be hampered by...

Surface v iPad
Posted by Matt Gifford on 09/11 at 10:00 AM Office 365,

In today’s digital society, we are surrounded by devices for work which allow us to stay connected. Selecting a type of device is all about personal preference, but when it comes to business, the focus should be more around the requirements of the work you need to achieve on...

Pay-as-you-go for seasonal internet access in the tourist industry
Posted by Colin Woods on 06/11 at 10:00 AM Internet connectivity,
woman camping with a laptop

Owning a seasonal business has challenges, not least of which is the need to ramp everything up for the season and then clamp down for the off-season. Staffing levels must flex, as do so many other things. Even utility bills reflect the seasonal usage: electricity, gas,...

The difference between home and business internet
Posted by Colin Woods on 02/11 at 10:00 AM Cyber security, Internet connectivity,

I am often asked: “What is the difference between the internet service I receive at home and the internet service that is suitable for business use?” When I am asked this, it is because they both do the same thing, but business services often cost more. This short video blog above...

Beware of getting hacked by the promise of free Wi-Fi in cafes
Posted by Elaine Bellamy on 30/10 at 10:00 AM Security, Wi-Fi,
Wi-fi in a cafe

While I blog about new technology and how it can help your business, I am also a parent who is wary of the security issues that technology can create. My previous blogs have been about web filtering and warnings about messaging apps used at school; this one concerns hacking. On a...

Webinar - Business benefits of Microsoft Surface
Posted by Matt Gifford on 26/10 at 10:00 AM Office 365,

We recently hosted a webinar which provided a deep dive into the world of Microsoft Surface and explored the key benefits of the device, the enhanced security with additional products such as InTune and improved productivity through Office 365. In the webinar we reviewed the...

Trend: Why law firms are turning to cloud-hosted telephone systems
Posted by Caroline Moore on 23/10 at 10:00 AM Cloud hosted telephone systems, Law firms,

As part of my PR and marketing role at swcomms, I am always on the lookout for sales trends to help shape our future content and to target our resources. One of the latest trends I have identified is the rise of the adoption of cloud-hosted telephony among law firms. A colleague...

Why a hosted telephony platform would suit GP surgeries?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 19/10 at 10:00 AM Healthcare,

When patients call their GP surgery, they want to know their call will be answered. It is simply inexcusable for a patient - who is usually in distress or feeling unwell - to be met by the engaged tone or for the phone to continually ring out without being answered. Meanwhile,...

Multi-net mobiles make sense when carriers experience issues
Posted by Charlotte Barlow on 16/10 at 10:00 AM Mobiles,
Woman annoyed at her mobile phone

Were you one of the O2 customers that struggled to make calls last week? Thousands of O2 customers have reported problems making and taking phone calls. O2 has said the initial problem has been fixed, but that customers may still have some "intermittent issues" when reconnecting...

Flexible bandwidth meets term time needs of schools
Posted by Colin Woods on 12/10 at 10:00 AM Education, Education, Internet connectivity,

Schools are commonly viewed as organisations that are only truly active for 40 weeks of the year. While there may be staff working on site during the holidays, life is a lot quieter when the students are not around! There is little or no use for many of the services that must be...

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