Don?t rely solely on broadband connectivity: 4G should take centre stage

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.

Mobile market unrecognisable 30 years after first call

With 1 January 2015 marking 30 years since Michael Harrison made the world’s first mobile phone call, it’s fair to say that he and the 1980s’ world population would scarcely have believed how dependent we would become on the communication tool.

Mobile Britannia: How 4G and tablets are reshaping Britains online shopping habits

Technology and e-commerce already play a major role in shaping British shopping habits, but next year the impact is set to be even greater. The UK is slowly moving out of recession and the signs of recovery are everywhere. From August through September, online sales surged 13 per cent in the highest growth rate ever recorded for this period, supported by a 20 per cent year-on-year increase.

Oh gee, 4G has arrived

EE launched the UK’s first 4G mobile network in October last year. Vodafone and O2 joined the fray last month. Here’s what super-fast mobile internet speeds can do for your business.