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We talk about disaster recovery a lot, but today I want to focus specifically on broadband. We know how crucial broadband is for your business. We know how frustrating it can be if your broadband goes down – or even if it’s just a bit slow. We also know that there’s a fairly simple solution that can put your mind at rest a little and make the situation less stressful for everyone. There’s no point shying away from the fact that it happens. Its technology and technology can go wrong. Your broadband will go down at some point. Whether that’s
Are you an iPhone user? Ever found certain things about your iPhone annoying? Well I did too so I went on the search for some hacks to improve my user experience. Here are a few of my favourites: No more waking up to your phone still playing music Did you know that if you like to fall asleep to music you can actually set a timer for it to go off so that you don’t wake up 3 hours later with it still playing? Go to clock > timer > when timer ends > stop playing Selfie anyone? Hands free
5G is is finally here and history shows us that every 10 years mobile telecommunications evolve to the next generation. 5G is the successor to 4G, the current standard broadband connection. 5G is able to send more information faster and able to respond quickly to commands, at a rate we’ve never seen before. So, with 5G you’ll be able to do all the things you can with 3G and 4G, like browse the web on your phone or share documents across your devices. But, with 5G, there will be transformational opportunities too. Hyper-connectivity between machines, smart devices and people means
Tip # 1 – Know your data Do you know how much data you have included in your tariff? Make sure you find out and keep this in mind when using your phone out and about. If you only have 1 GB data included in your tariff it’s probably not a good idea to watch a film or stream a lot of music when you’re not on Wi-Fi. Tip # 2 – Tariff Review Do you know how much data you tend to use on average? Ask your telecoms provider to do a tariff review of your last 3 months
If you know me, you’ll know I’m not a ‘geek’ or especially techy but in this industry it’s easy to fall into the trap of talking in technical jargon. But if I ever mention VoIP in conversation I STILL get a lot of blank looks! This got me thinking. I need to do so much more ‘educating’ on the benefits of VoIP to businesses. Maybe people just don’t know enough about it. What is VoIP and what does ‘in the cloud’ actually mean? VoIP is short for Voice over Internet Protocol. What’s Voice over Internet Protocol? Well basically all your
Don’t fall victim to the increasing amounts of Android Malware. The idea of installing antivirus software on your phone might seem like overkill and a little over the top, but there are plenty of good reasons to consider doing this. Anyone can submit apps to Google Play without preapproval, and apps can also be downloaded and installed from a wide range of other sources. This means Android users face a greater risk than those with iPhones or Windows Phones, who can install apps that have been properly pre-vetted for safety. Every user is potentially at risk from malware (software