Posted:July 18th, 2014|By:andisoric
The National Business Awards are celebrating the 13th year of their ceremony and have built a strong presence in the awards industry as an event that showcases some of the best businesses in the country, regardless of size or industry. This year’s shortlisted businesses are diverse as retail, technology, men’s grooming products, telecoms, construction, advertising, entertainment, and publishing.
Last Thursday the awards organisation set up a ‘Summer Party’ which was attended by our Managing Director, Piers Daniell and Senior Account Manager, Andi Soric. The Summer Party gave the opportunity to recognise faces and be introduced to other nominees, some of the judges and sponsors. Read more +
Posted:July 17th, 2014|By:Rebecca D'Cunha
In just sixty two days’ time the Scottish population will be able to vote on whether to stay within the UK or become an independent country. In the build up to the referendum we have heard numerous reasons why Scotland wants their independence, such as the fact that it will enable them to have more control over their country’s laws and legislation. Furthermore, some campaigners have argued that by becoming an independent country, Scotland will no longer have to live in England’s shadow when it comes to business.
Posted:July 7th, 2014|By:Rebecca D'Cunha
At Fluidata we strive to create innovative solutions that protect businesses from the constant threat of cybercrime and malware. Keeping up with the different types of malware that are created on a daily basis can often be difficult for cybercrime specialists, as the sheer volume and complexity of malware means they are often difficult to spot until it’s too late. In fact, just this week we have witnessed reports of three new pieces of malware that are affecting both businesses and individual users. Here, we look at all three in further detail:
Posted:July 4th, 2014|By:Rebecca D'Cunha
This week the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published their annual report which determines the amount of income and basic necessities needed by households in order to have what they term an ‘adequate standard of living’. The Foundation claim that along with being able to realistically afford food, transport and childcare, households also need a computer and Internet connection in order to live adequately in this day and age.
Posted:July 1st, 2014|By:Michael Clark
In 2010 it was ground breaking to release a product which superseded all forms of ADSL with VDSL which offered a headline speed of up to 40Mb/s download. Roll on a few years, EFM, aggregation technologies and domestic FTTC (VDSL) products deliver businesses something that they haven’t had before – options. Headline speeds in the past have grabbed the attention of customers; however as technology has progressed the demand for resilience and reliability has risen because of the traffic flow webtrafficgeeks.com. Options have created the demise of SDSL and the beginning of the demise for ADSL is becoming more apparent as technology progresses, so why are Ethernet Fibre Leased Lines still thriving? Unlike ADSL and SDSL, there aren’t too many alternatives to Leased Lines with a reliable contention to match those headline speeds. The geeks behind Fluidata have strived to develop and renovate domestic products with alternative solutions like PureFluid which is able to bond multiple technologies and carriers, and they have done it again with PULSE which is essentially Ethernet over FTTC. Read more +