Supporting Mitel customers in response to Covid-19

Helen Larkin Blog, Mobile, Fixed-Line, Connectivity, Covid19

The Challenge The coronavirus (Covid-19) has caused unprecedented disruption for many businesses, and it isn’t something that many companies would have planned for. Following the Governments advice for as many people to work from home as possible; the challenge has been to enable our customers to continue operating while ensuring that their employees can work […]

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Gigabit Broadband

Helen Larkin Blog, Fixed-Line, News, Broadband, Onecom, 5G

The government is planning to spend £5bn on rolling out gigabit-capable broadband to the most remote parts of the UK. Those eagle-eyed amongst you may notice their change in language from their initial ‘full-fibre’ broadband talk a couple of months ago, to the more all-encompassing ‘gigabit-capable’ broadband. This includes 5G and other gigabit-capable networks, alongside […]

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man SIP calling

ISDN to SIP – what does it mean?

Sarah Beldon Blog, Fixed-Line, Broadband

Traditionally, Integrated service digital network (ISDN) technology allowed inbound and outbound voice calls through a ‘digital’ line – through the internet. But SIP trunking is now replacing ISDN services, which means ISDN will slowly be phased out over the next 5 years. Why? Because it’s better technology. Think 5G replacing 4G, which replaced 3G in […]

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Bring your own device (BYOD) policy

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies: combatting security challenges

Sarah Beldon Blog, Mobile, Fixed-Line, Broadband, cloud

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies very rapidly became a hit amongst smaller businesses and enterprises over the last few years. Where flexible working policies and remote working is increasing in popularity, BYOD gives employees an added layer of convenience as they switch between their work and personal life. Employees bringing their personally owned devices […]

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