The benefits of video conferencing for remote working are well understood, but there are other business benefits too. For example, in a recent study, 71% of people felt that video conferencing strengthened customer relationships
The modern office is changing with few people connecting to networks physically anymore, every company needs the best Wi-Fi for the modern office it can have.
Internet downtime doesn’t have to be crippling, but staying productive offline does require some planning. Here’s how to stay online when your internet connection fails
With so many business functions now relying on the cloud, it’s essential that your network infrastructure supports you being able to work in the cloud
Aggregation is a networking term for using two connections in parallel. There are two principal uses for aggregation worth exploring here: WAN aggregation and link aggregation.
Demands on business networks have dramatically increased, both due to an increase in devices and an increase in data-driven applications. So how fast does your business Wi-Fi need to be?
Offering your customers free Wi-Fi is much more than just a nice gesture. It’s also a great way to attract new customers.
MenuAlthough the original standard was published in 2002, it’s only more recently that 10 Gigabit Ethernet has started to gain traction. As the name suggests, the networking standard is 10 times faster than the current ubiquitous Gigabit Ethernet standard. But, do you really need these speeds, and what hardware do you need to get it working reliably? Not for clients…
As much as technology has changed over time, one thing has remained constant: we still use passwords to secure access to critical systems.
It’s the small tasks that add up and eat away at productivity. According to a survey by Sage, administrative tasks, from chasing late payments to managing payroll, cost SMEs £35,600 and a whopping 71 days a year to manage.