Office 365 Backup – MS SLA addresses availability, not recoverability!

Microsoft provides a wide array of powerful services within Office 365 to enable a dynamic, collaborative workplace for its customers. And despite the inclusion of some high quality security measures and attention to privacy, compliance, and accessibility to support the robust functionality of the application, research shows that data loss and protection are still major…

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Syscomm Rolling out Pioneering G.fast technology

Next-generation broadband arrives in the Midlands as Coventry-based Managed Network Solutions Provider upgrades their network to deliver Ultrafast internet speeds to transform business Internet access. Syscomm is continuing their network investment to support a brand-new type of ultrafast connectivity to firms across Coventry, Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Birmingham. As one of the first ISP’s to offer…

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Broadband for Cloud is a Complex Choice

Clearing the hype and the haze between you and the Cloud. With organisations racing towards the Cloud, having the right amount of Internet bandwidth available to deliver a plethora of Cloud services – and sustain these concurrently, and reliably day-after-day for all your users – is a business priority.  Internet really is the 4th utility….

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Gigging our way out of slow business Internet

The UK faces a Digital Productivity abyss. Accelerating FTTP is the only answer. Though the UK ranks as the world’s 5th largest economy, we are laggards in terms of global broadband Internet performance. The UK languishes in 26th position for average fixed-line broadband speeds – as measured by the speedtest.net website – sitting behind 13…

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Voices from the Cloud – Part 1

The challenge for Voice over the Internet Having been involved with the delivery of both Voice and Internet Connectivity services for well over a decade now, if there’s one lesson I’ve learnt along the way, it’s that customers will not tolerate even the slightest ripple of disruption to their Voice services! The sensitivity of customers…

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The rise of IoT: What it means for the demand on our networks

In recent years there has been a shift away from the typical linear expansion of networks in line with the number of users – one user once meant one PC or laptop, but with users becoming increasingly mobile, and increasingly connected, that same user today may also carry a tablet, smartphone or wearable technology –…

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Keeping up with the customer

IT modernisation in the face of changing behaviour The trend towards an ever more digitised world creates a gold-rush opportunity for disruptive organisations seeking to lead their sectors with new customer focussed technologies. These disruptors and early-adopters stand to reap the rewards of increased market share and build new customer revenues at the expense of…

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The rise of IoT: What it means for business

Only three years ago, the buzz surrounding the Internet of Things was confined only to the tongues of industry analysts and raised only in conversation amongst the most tech savvy IT engineers, but now the relevance and powerful capability of IoT is becoming increasingly well understood within the enterprise, with all corners of the IT…

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Legacy WAN’s scuppering Agile Cloud’s

With Gartner reporting that most enterprises now adopt a Hybrid Cloud strategy and that a majority of Virtual Machines will be IaaS hosted by 2020, it’s clear that the outlook is Cloudy for the enterprise, and especially when the Cloud transition is enacted over a legacy WAN infrastructure. With few organisations adopting a no-Cloud policy,…

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