Just a few short years ago, working life heavily revolved around the office as the hub of all activity.
The new plans cater for a wide range of business needs, including SIM-only and data-only tariffs, and are on EE’s network.
Long Road Sixth Form College is based in Cambridge. With 2200 students, it is one of the largest in East Anglia. The organisation’s IT estate comprises of 50 servers - half virtual, half physical - 1200 PCs, 300 laptops and 150 Macs. Its main aim is to make learning as easy and effective as possible for students while maintaining high levels of examination success.
Before 2013, Orleans Park School had no wireless Internet access at all. With the help of ICT solutions provider Stone Group, the organisation has gone from nothing to both internal and external wi-fi access that has enabled the school to adopt a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy.
Tibshelf Community School is a Derbyshire-based organisation serving 787 students across nine villages in North East Derbyshire and Bolsover.
Kaspersky Lab has uncovered a highly sophisticated scam which has been slurping sensitive data from top-level execs in luxury hotels for at least four years.
ICT solutions provider Stone Group has claimed its customers in the education sector are adopting the new 802.11ac wireless standard, despite claims that general uptake in is slow.
EE has just announced that its Wi-Fi Calling service is now live in the UK.
A DfT proposal has been drafted that could see computerised “road trains” of lorry convoys on British roads as early as 2015.
Any premises that is committed to protecting those using its services from inappropriate content can now display a logo that proves that.
If you’ve ever been to Germany, you know it’s more likely you’ll stumble upon the World Cup trophy somewhere along the way, than to find a Wi-Fi internet connection in a cafe or a hotel somewhere.
According to a new study, the number of public Wi-Fi hotspots is set to increase from 47.7 million currently to more than 340 million in 2018, driven by the growth of community hotspots.
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has selected a wi-fi provider to support its new clinical SmartCare project and patient services.
Google revealed Sidewalk Labs, an independent, fully owned company earlier this year, but gave no information on the project.
Google has added a new string to its bow with the introduction of a router which it claims is not only secure, but dead easy to use with some clever ‘smart’ software.
People in the UK experience better wireless Internet connections at home rather than their workplace, according to a recent survey.
A study by global networking company NETGEAR has found that a third of small and medium-sized hospitality and leisure venues have struggled to introduce an effective wireless network due to reliability and security concerns.
Tesco has turned up the heat on its technology aspirations by rolling out free Wi-Fi to almost a thousand of its largest supermarkets in the UK and Ireland.
Technology and investment in the UK’s digital future has been at the forefront of each of the three main parties’ manifestos this time around.
Travelling to peaceful locations normally means removing yourself from technology, but Japan is embracing the new desire to use mobiles and laptops everywhere by adding free public WiFi on Mount Fuji.