Politicians love a good pledge. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is no exception. After dismissing the UK’s current target for 2033, Johnson has a very different plan for how full fibre rollout should look. And it’s ambitious, that’s for sure.
What’s the best type of news you can get? The news of an unexpected windfall, of course. Especially when it comes from a business behemoth like Openreach. You see headline figures in the millions and try and guess how much might be hitting your pockets.
Google Home and other speech recognition smart devices listen to what we say in order to provide us with information, answers and entertainment. But are they storing and sharing our conversations?
In its Long Term Plan, the NHS committed to making more services available through digital means. One way their delivering on this goal is by giving you the option to ask Alexa health-related questions, with the answers verified by the NHS.
When Virgin Media announced plans to connect 4 million homes and businesses to average speeds of up to 300Mpbs by the end of 2020, Project Lightning became the biggest investment in the UK’s broadband digital infrastructure for a decade – much needed given that the UK population has ever-increasing broadband needs, with usage doubling.
Business broadband customers all over the UK are still subjected to poor connections and snail-paced speeds.
Big players including BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media and Zen Internet joined the non-compulsory scheme set up by Ofcom. It provides customers with varying levels of compensation when faults disrupt connectivity and regular broadband services.
If you’re already using mobile broadband for your business, you’re probably on the edge of your seat waiting for new 5G technology to kick in. With speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G promised, it’s not surprising that 5G is one of the most highly anticipated changes coming to mobile networks.