What you need to know about 5G
Posted by Amber Clark on 15/03 at 10:00 AM Data networks, Internet connectivity, Mobiles,
What you need to know about 5G

With faster networks being rapidly rolled out, and more and more mobile phone manufacturers selling 5G-ready phones, it will not be long before everybody will be able to access 5G connections.But there are still plenty of doubts surrounding the quality of services and whether it...

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...

Wide area networks for schools - linking your MAT and federation
Posted by Rudi Weiss on 07/06 at 10:00 AM Data networks, Education,

With schools’ budgets being reduced year on year, finding cost and productivity savings and additional resources can be a time-consuming task. Business managers, bursars and IT teams don't always have the time to investigate the latest developments in IT and communications technology,...

Don’t leave remote workers out in the cold
Posted by Caroline Moore on 05/03 at 10:00 AM Data networks, Cloud hosted telephone systems, Internet connectivity, Microsoft 365, Security, Surface, Surfaas, Wi-Fi,
Don’t leave remote workers out in the cold

‘The workplace is no longer a location’ is a common phrase used in our industry to reflect the number of remote and mobile members of staff that contribute to the business landscape. The days of people working 9 to 5 in an office is still relevant for many, but technology has given...

Link your business sites using a software-defined wide area network
Posted by Simon Dunstan on 08/01 at 10:00 AM Data networks, Internet connectivity,
wide area networks across your offices

Phrases like ‘joined up communications’ and ‘seamless working’ have been bandied about our industry for the last decade as businesses have come to terms with the fact that a single office mentality is just not practical anymore. While these phrases may have been used by telephone...

Wi-Fi means more than access to the internet – unleash the power of your LAN
Posted by Colin Woods on 20/07 at 10:00 AM Wi-Fi, Data networks,

Many people just think of Wi-Fi as their wireless access to the internet but in fact businesses should regard it as the way and means of freeing their working environment. Your local area network (LAN) connects every device within your office to each other and to the internet via...

Does your local area network stand the test of time?
Posted by Yvonne Dennis on 23/02 at 10:00 AM Data networks, Internet connectivity, IT services, Security,
Engineer at LAN cabinet

The local area network (LAN) is generally a neglected part of any business’s IT infrastructure, which is bizarre when you consider its importance. Every time we send a document to a shared printer, we are using the LAN. This is a very simplistic viewpoint but the one most people...

When is the right time to upgrade my local area network?
Posted by Colin Woods on 26/05 at 10:00 AM SMEs, Data networks,
Right time to upgrade LAN image

When is the right time to upgrade my local area network? IT and network managers will tell you every three years; never more than five. These are the rules they live by. But why? Your local area network is the backbone of your business. All your staff connect to it so they can...

Why do IP networks need SD-WAN?
Posted by Matt Needs on 31/01 at 09:41 AM Data networks,
Data networks image

Arguably one of the biggest additions to the wide area network (WAN) in recent years is software defined wide area networking, referred to as SD-WAN or iWAN). SD-WAN is commonly mistaken for SDN (software defined networking). Both technologies closely resemble each other and...

Infographic: Is your hotel network optimised for a superior guest experience?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 18/11 at 10:00 AM Images and graphics, Hospitality, Data networks,
Hospitality infographic image

Guests expect to be able to use their mobile devices in the same way as they would at home and at work.They also expect to use quality in-room TV services.Meanwhile they expect your staff to be highly responsive to their needs.Your data network could hold the key to providing...

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