Chip shortage means businesses need to take a long-term view on IT projects
Posted by Caroline Moore on 14/09 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Wi-Fi, Cloud-hosted telephone systems, Data networks, On-premise telephone systems, IT services,
Chip shortage blog

Shortages are causing issues across multiple industries with a lack of cement, bricks, cars, bottled water, chicken, milkshakes and beer grabbing the headlines. In our industry, it is the semiconductor chips used in electronic devices that are causing the biggest headaches.  As...

Reasons to change your IT support provider
Posted by Tony Robinson on 10/09 at 10:00 AM IT services,
Reasons to change your IT support provider blog

One of the hardest supplier decisions a business will ever have to make is if they should change their IT support company. After all, they often hold the keys to your business and can make it tricky to move on, even when you really should.In this blog, I go through just a few of...

Using your mobile as a walkie-talkie
Posted by Daniel Fuller-Smith on 07/09 at 10:00 AM Cloud hosted telephone systems, Microsoft Teams, Education, Microsoft 365, Mobiles,

Businesses or organisations with large sites have often used radios or walkie-talkies for site-wide communication with mobile members of staff, which means they have invested in both a phone system as well as a number of radio handsets.Microsoft has found a way of combining the two...

Does your ‘Google school’ enjoy integration with your phone system?
Posted by Daniel Fuller-Smith on 03/09 at 10:00 AM Education, Telephone systems, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, Unified communications,
Google school phone system

Since the pandemic began, conversations about communications and IT have changed. Our business development teams opening question is often: “Are you a Google or Microsoft school?” as this will influence the direction of the rest of the conversation with IT and school business...

Secure your remote workforce with Cisco Duo
Posted by Ian Temple-Edwards on 31/08 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Cloud services, Remote working, Security,
Cisco Duo MFA

With cyber-crime on the rise, along with identity theft and brute-force attacks, every business should be looking at multi-factor authentication methods. When businesses opened their core networks to allow for home working during the pandemic, the risk of remote security breaches...

Why is education the new playground for ransomware?
Posted by Daniel Fuller-Smith on 27/08 at 10:00 AM Education, Security, Web filtering,
Ransomware threat to education sector

The year 2020 saw the pandemic affect schools, colleges and universities in a way no one would have thought possible. As lockdown kicked in, students and teachers were sent home and told to set up for remote working. While teachers were trying to meet the curriculum needs,...

Follow this simple landline replacement recipe
Posted by Jake Cribb on 24/08 at 10:00 AM Cloud hosted telephone systems, Gamma Horizon, Telephone systems,
Follow this simple landline replacement recipe

The ISDN and PSTN switch-off date is set for 2025 when Openreach will withdraw the use of these traditional copper wires. Businesses are being encouraged to move to a cloud-hosted telephone system to future-proof their communications.Our infographic below provides you with the...

Are remote workers more vulnerable to cyber-attacks?
Posted by Ash Khagram on 20/08 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Security,
Home workers are vulnerable to security breaches

A cyber-crime group ran attacks after the Euro 2020 final* knowing people may not be in the office the following day. They had also sent out a spate of attacks during the May bank holidays assuming people would be enjoying the long weekend.  The businesses affected had to endure...

Video: What is SoGEA?
Posted by Elaine Bellamy on 17/08 at 10:00 AM Internet connectivity,

In a nutshell, SoGEA (Single Order Generic Ethernet Access) provides you with standard broadband but without the cost of a phone line and is an alternative for businesses preparing for Openreach’s PSTN, ISDN, ADSL and FTTC switch-off in 2025. Our short animated video provides a...

Microsoft Teams - a day in the life of a charity manager
Posted by Yvonne Dennis on 13/08 at 10:00 AM Charity, Cloud hosted telephone systems, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365,
Microsoft Teams - a day in the life of a charity manager

The pandemic caused major issues for charities across the UK as they tried to carry on delivering their services without the ability to work in their offices and shops due to lockdown. Many had to resort to a limited service.  We have seen a lot of charities move to Microsoft Teams...

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