Streaming videos straight to your Facebook news feed became a reality for social media users when Facebook Live video was launched in April 2016. It became an immediate hit and a popular fixture in the modern marketers’ toolkit.
It’s summertime! Which also means it’s a time for family, fun and travel. The chances are, you’ll be taking your laptop wherever you go, and of course, you’ll be taking your smartphone – do not forget to be cyber-safe.
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.
Easy access to fast broadband can mean a more flexible lifestyle for your employees, and can help drive customers. Here’s how.
Free WiFi gives your customers a reason to linger. Andrew Gibson, senior manager at Virgin Media Business explains this and other surprising benefits.
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.
In the last ten years, there is no doubt that WiFi is redefining the workplace; employees can remain connected to the internet all day, without being tied down to a hardware device such as a computer that can’t be moved from a desk.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, it calls to mind the qualities we look for in an enduring relationship; trust, security and integrity. Those same qualities will make us fall in love with WiFi.
WiFi is undoubtedly regarded as valuable, but you’d be shocked what people thought WiFi is more important than – and the influence it has on our decisions.
As a serial entrepreneur, and now the man at the helm of XLN, Christian Nellemann has a lot of experience to call upon for his Founders Diaries entries.
While it isn’t a solution to the UK’s broadband woes, the president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has set out plans that could at least make it easier to do business on the go.