“How do you determine whether your selected broadband provider is really the one for you?” a business leader recently queried. Here, our broadband doctor offers some advice.
Full fibre is deemed the gold standard for broadband – and one of the reasons it is seen as such is that it removes the speed drop over distance that existing DSL products suffer from. But there may be a slight issue with Openreach’s roll-out announcement.
If your connection speed is already slow, you may want to rethink allowing staff to use their smart devices for download purposes at work.
Broadband doctor Andrew Ferguson elaborates on the difference between mobile, wireless and satellite broadband – and why the latter isn’t often used.
Do business sector broadband packages differ when it comes to provider or contract length? It’s a question Andrew Ferguson set out to answer.
When your ethernet decides to have “limited connection,” your IP connection could be to blame, business broadband guru Andrew Ferguson has said.
The Broadband Doctor reveals some insightful information: A faulty telephone line could be the cause of your slow broadband connection.
The compensation likely offered for a network outage is never going to make up for lost custom or trust of your customers, but there’s a trick to ensure you don’t loose all internet during that time.
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.
In our latest broadband doctor instalment, guru Andrew Ferguson tackles a question relating to slow internet speeds and the possibility of switching router.
Our broadband doctor, Andrew Ferguson, delivers his first piece of advice on FTTC connection issues – a question posed to Real Business from a UK employer.