The two new options start off at just £4 per month and have been released after TalkTalk Business found that 59 per cent of firms have a problem with their service provider.
The new centre already has Monitise on board as its first customer and is able to provide disaster recovery at the drop of a hat with support at all hours of the day and week.
Widespace numbers show that just 9% of UK users decided to make the upgrade and that put it in third position among European countries behind Norway and Italy.
The drive to use Google Now, Cortana and Siri-style context awareness inside apps will push the adoption of that type of app to 7.5 billion by 2017.
Whilst the company still encourages users to sign up for Google+ it now has a "No thanks" button when offering the service during the sign up procedure for its products.
TechCrunch is bringing an entirely different party to London this October: TechCrunch Disrupt, which seems apt, considering London’s increasingly important role as a tech hub.
The Chinese company has continued its investment in IoT technology by forking out £15 million for UK-based firm Neul, which has developed a connectivity platform called 'Weightless'.
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Research by Ovum found that employees are more likely to trust a mobile operator with personal data on devices that are being used as part of a BYOD policy.
The new initiative aims to help developers of any background or skill level create devices and apps for the wearable gadget and IoT market by providing technical and business support.