From communicating via email to storing important documents, an internet is a pivotal cog in any modern-day company ? but Real Business believes enterprises up and down the country deserve a better deal.
The bullsh*t meter is a subjective determination of what deserves attention in a world full of clickbait and limitless content, so we spoke with three experts on why businesses need one ? and the way consumers use it.
A survey conducted by EMC showed 60 per cent of UK businesses suffered IT downtime in 2015. This downtime is estimated to cost businesses around ?10.5bn per year ? so here’s how to prevent it.
Brands have been collecting our personal information ver websites for years, using it for marketing purposes so as to offer a better customer experience.
We need to shine a spotlight not only on the need to provide universal access to superfast broadband, but the harmful effect out-dated Internet could have on home businesses.
The nation?s broadband issues have transcended into the marketing space, with research suggesting two thirds of Brits are being misled by advertising ? and experts are now comparing it to the horse meat scandal.
With the reliance upon cloud based applications and the cost benefits of VoIP calls, continuous, fast connectivity has become an essential business requirement. Yet the divergence in cost, coverage and quality of service in different areas continues to challenge the evolution of a long term comms strategy.
Much still needs to be done before we can claim our broadband woes to be over, and Boosty CEO Paul Evans offers an opinion on how we could start making leeway.
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.
While it never truly had an issue with broadband speed, HA Hosting knows full well from the experiences of its clients what a slow connection go to do business. As such, we asked how the firm would like to see the landscape change.
BT has pulled its capabilities back to ?sub-Gigabit? levels to deliver competitive services over long distances. That?s innovative and ? some might say ? courageous. And it’s making operators across the globe think differently about FTTP.
As part of our broadband campaign, aiming to have the voices of SMEs struggling to do business online heard, we talked with Broadband Genie editor Matt Powell about his own aggravating Internet experiences.