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Unnecessary landline fees and slow broadband are a nightmare for SMEs

15 hours ago  by Tom Phelan
Unnecessary landline fees and slow broadband are a nightmare for SMEs
A report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) has revealed the tawdry state of broadband in London’s small businesses. New broadband provider Relish thinks it has the answer.

Why golf fans should brace themselves for the tech revolution

15 hours ago  by Shane Buckley
Why golf fans should brace themselves for the tech revolution
The evolution of home entertainment and sports broadcasting technology is bringing spectators closer to the action than ever before. Shane Buckley takes a closer look the developments.

University College London opens up Wi-Fi network to the general public

20 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
University College London opens up Wi-Fi network to the general public
A partnership with The Cloud will allow UCL to offer a wireless Internet connection to visitors as well as foreign students and it remains free until the start of the next term.

Vodafone the worst mobile network for the second year running: EE, Three and O2 take gold, silver and bronze medals

19 Aug 2014  by Zak Thomas
Vodafone the worst mobile network for the second year running: EE, Three and O2 take gold, silver and bronze medals
RootMetrics said all networks showed comparable signs of improvement this year, but Vodafone has come last again, topped by its fiercest rivals.

Is your organisation being paralysed by its legacy IT?

19 Aug 2014  by Ben Fry & David Rigler
Is your organisation being paralysed by its legacy IT?
In this guide we provide six steps to avoid being paralysed by an outdated IT system, and how to ensure that the update process is as cost effective as possible.

Hundreds of UK Police Officers investigated for embarrassing social media blunders

19 Aug 2014  by Zak Thomas
Hundreds of UK Police Officers investigated for embarrassing social media blunders
The Press Association made a freedom of information request, which found officers had tried to befriend crime victims on Facebook and made racist comments online.

Superfast fibre-optic broadband reaches 100 more areas in Wales

18 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Superfast fibre-optic broadband reaches 100 more areas in Wales
The rollout includes 100 telephone exchanges across the principality and it means that Superfast Cymru is well on the way to reaching its target of connecting 96 per cent of premises by 2016.

Can a lack of Wi-Fi really be good for business?

18 Aug 2014  by Jonathan Hallatt
Can a lack of Wi-Fi really be good for business?
Holidaymakers are taking more devices with them to exotic locations, and maintaining a decent connection on holiday is of the utmost importance, but is Wi-Fi really good for business?

EE provokes outrage for 50p customer queue jump charge

15 Aug 2014  by Alysia Judge
EE provokes outrage for 50p customer queue jump charge
Mobile phone operator EE has come under fire for its parsimonious solution to one of life’s greatest frustrations: waiting for hours to speak to an advisor in a call queue.

Software-defined networking on the edge

13 Aug 2014  by Ajay Malik
Software-defined networking on the edge
SDN can enable application performance, ease of management and simplicity of use for the unified wired and wireless access network but the true extent of this openness will be determined by vendors.

BYOD and the challenges of managing VDI and VDA

13 Aug 2014  by Jelle Wijndelts
BYOD and the challenges of managing VDI and VDA
Software licensing is a complex area, even in organisations with a relatively simple IT infrastructure. Once BYOD is added into the mix, this takes licensing complexity to a whole new level.