While the UK remains the third largest eCommerce market in the world – the biggest in Europe – its lagging broadband speed is blocking further growth.
Amazon has joined forces with Rural England and Scotland’s Rural College to gain a better understanding of the challenges faced by rural businesses throughout the UK.
That we’ll need better connectivity to compete online has been made clear by government statistics. Global internet traffic is forecast to be 95 times that of 2005 in 2020, with mobiles outnumbering mankind seven to one. But will our 5G ambitions be realised in time to capitalise on the change?
If your connection speed is already slow, you may want to rethink allowing staff to use their smart devices for download purposes at work.
Enabling workforce flexibility and ensuring cybersecurity are at the top of the agenda for every business in 2017. However, these objectives don’t always go hand in hand. In fact, companies often pursue the former at the detriment to the latter – and it seems the CEO is often the greatest mobile security risk.
Using data from January to March 2017, Which? was able to identify the cities that suffered most from slow broadband – and it doesn’t look good for Scotland.
At the Connected Britain conference in Grange St. Pauls, digital minister Matt Hancock recommitted to the already-established broadband and mobile networking policy.
In our always-on, always-connected world, businesses require a network solution which is fast, reliable, cost-effective and scales up on demand – and it seems such WiFi benefits have hooked SMEs.
Cable.co.uk has long been receiving complaints from people in new-build homes. Guess what? Their broadband is either too slow or not there at all.
If you’re trying to select a broadband package on a budget, then our broadband troubleshooter has some advice for you to take on board.
Our Broadband Doctor was recently asked what needs to be done in the way of broadband if you’re looking to rent office space for the first time. Here’s his answer.
While a day or two of internet downtime may not sound debilitating to a business, research from Beaming will make you think twice about it.