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One year after the launch of the first 4G network, Britons are still confused over whether its worth investing in, says new research. After O2 and Vodafone’s launching of their services yesterday (August 29th), broadbandchoices.co.uk surveyed 2,500 broadband users to find out their views on superfast mobile broadband.
More than 70 per cent of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) believe adopting cloud computing is essential for growth. This means if you’re an SME and you haven’t already made the move to cloud-based computing, now’s the time to consider a transition to this type of technology, Fresh Business Thinking reports. As cloud technology can … Continued
More and more employees are embracing the bring your own device (BYOD) trend, with many saying that this is top of their wish list at work. Put simply, this is when employees use their personal laptops, tablets or smartphones to work on rather than using a company computer.
More companies than ever before are realising the benefits of cloud computing. Both small and larger organisations are beginning to see that storing data through this method is a great way of becoming more efficient, particularly at a time when making savings is a must for enterprises. And now, a new report has revealed the … Continued
The cloud provides small businesses with a number of opportunities. We have seen over the past few years that certain industries have been keen to roll out the technology and rightly so in my opinion.
In order to maximise efficiencies and work as productively as possible, modern businesses have little choice but to embrace the digital revolution. Now IT may not be everyone’s cup of tea – there’s plenty of folk who remember the good old days in business before Microsoft and the PC – but there’s little doubt that … Continued
The concept of cloud computing has been around for a good few years now, and an increasing number of businesses are looking to take advantage. So much has been spoken and written about the IT delivery technique, which sees firms source hardware, software and apps over the internet.
Small businesses are increasingly jumping on the cloud computing bandwagon. Firms of this size are recognising how storing data and running software on the cloud is a great way of improving efficiency. Indeed, the Global Cloud Computing Market Forecast highlights how the medium is expected to grow by 30 per cent annually until 2020. Chris … Continued