A farmer using a tablet device to connect to the internet in a rural field using a WiFi broadband connection

Rural broadband: what is the best solution?

Living, working or operating a business in a rural location can sometimes result in experiencing broadband complications. With people not even being able to consistently access their email accounts, let alone stream data, it can be endlessly frustrating. Inadequate speeds, the anxiety over losing a connection and a lack of internet communication are common concerns …more

A number of office workers co-operating

Leased lines: advantages and disadvantages

In simple terms, a leased line is an exclusive form of data connection. It is referred to as “leased” as there is a monthly rate for renting a leased line. Depending on your situation, a leased line can be an ideal and high-performing alternative method for data connectivity, especially in a larger business that wishes …more

Construction workers on site

Installing broadband on a construction site

Establishing a broadband connection on a construction site can be challenging. It’s easy to downgrade the importance of gaining internet access if you already have a smartphone with a data plan. Need to share information, why not use the technology in your pocket to call, text or email the other person? That’s great until the …more

Primary school pupils using tablet computers under supervision

Broadband for schools

Setting up an internet connection in a school doesn’t resemble the process involved when subscribing to residential broadband. In addition to the different uses for broadband in an educational setting, the way in which the connection is shared and delivered across the site or sites also needs to be considered. Instead of starting with questions …more