The Connected Counties programme celebrated an important milestone when the 100th fibre broadband cabinet went 'live' in Hertfordshire recently.
This cabinet supplies superfast fibre broadband speeds to homes and businesses in the village of Offley, whilst the £18.06 million Connected Counties roll-out is on track to achieve more than 90 per cent fibre coverage in Herts by April.
The VDI PULSE go-to-market initiative enables NetApp partners and consultants to leverage data-driven analysis from Stratusphere UX to accelerate adoption of next-generation flash storage arrays
Peter Lilley is one of the MPs backing a new report urging the regulator to open up the BT/Openreach monopoly and bring fresh competition into broadband. The report from the British Infrastructure Group of MPs (BIG) reveals that there are still a staggering 5.7million people across Britain who cannot access the internet at the Ofcom required 10 Megabits per second, despite £1.7bn of taxpayers' cash being pumped into subsidising the construction of UK high-speed broadband.
With more companies switching out their traditional telephone system in favour of a modern cloud based alternative, Foehn has produced a free and downloadable Buyers Guide for small and medium size businesses that are growing and considering a cloud phone system.
The executive vice president of Hertfordshire based global technology company Imagination Technologies will be sharing his business insights at the 2015 Hertfordshire Limited event next month when the results of the annual study into the performance of the county's top 200 companies will be announced.
Jolt – the revolutionary new app for motor claims – has become an overnight sensation, after making its debut on Channel 5's The Gadget Show.
Said Mark Robinson, Director of Imperious Technologies, "The show's host, Jon Bentley, gave Jolt a glowing review, and described it as a very good idea, why wouldn't he!"
The rollout of high-speed fibre broadband by the Connected Counties programme, which has already reached over 11,600 Hertfordshire premises, has helped the Government make superfast broadband available to more than three million UK homes and businesses. The Department of Culture, Media and Sport announced these milestone figures this week.
The Federation of Small businesses (FSB) is calling for the new government to adopt much more ambitious targets for rolling out high speed broadband for businesses. Whilst it is clear that the residential market may be seeing the benefits of high speed broadband, this is often not the case for the local business community