Upgrading the UK’s full fibre ultrafast broadband network is vital for businesses and the economy – now and in the future, according to Ben King, CEO of WarwickNet.
Given the digital economy’s positive impact on GDP, it’s unsurprising the government wants to invest in solid digital foundations and boost connectivity.
Gigaclear’s Matthew Hare demystifies the 15 confusing broadband terms out there, and what they mean for SMEs.
An increasing amount of people are working outside the office on a regular or permanent basis. Alex Tofts, from UK broadband comparison and advice site Broadband Genie, unveils tips for setting up your home office broadband connection.
Daren Oliver, managing director of Fitzrovia IT, takes a look at how WiFi enabled devices could compromise your business – and gives advice on keeping data safe.
Public WiFi lets you work outside the office and provides a cheap alternative to mobile broadband. But it is vulnerable to hackers, so if you’re conducting business (or using it for sensitive personal communications) then you need to take precautions.
Scotland’s digital transformation continues with a quick pace, giving it the right infrastructure to become a gigabit nation.
Home broadband has steadily been rising on our list of priorities as employers and staff embrace remote working. However, many have become wary of their chosen provider.
Research from the Advertising Standards Authority unveiled that consumers were being misled by broadband speed claims, so alongside the Committee of Advertising Practice it called for providers to demonstrate speeds referred to in marketing campaigns.
It stands to reason workers on the go must stay connected, but two-thirds feel anxious without WiFi, while others confess using devices at the most inappropriate times.
While chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget reiterated previous digital investments, he also committed additional funding to boost initiatives around artificial intelligence, 5G and full-fibre broadband.
While flexible working is increasingly being embraced by employers, home WiFi struggles are sending people back into the office. Research has made it clear, however, that there are five specific factors hampering your connection – all of which could be remedied without the help of your provider.