Finally the mobile telephony wrangle over the iPhone/Smartphone patent has been resolved in favour of Apple. Naturally Samsung intends to contest the jury’s verdict, and will launch an appeal immediately. Google’s take on the legal issue, however, is interesting. Google has said that it does not want the ruling in the Apple-Samsung patent lawsuit to […]
Is Ofcom’s decision to give the Everything Everywhere network the go-ahead to launch its 4G service on its existing spectrum good news for businesses and consumers, or bad news for its fellow network competitors? Well, depending on who you speak to, the answer seems to be both. Ofcom and Everything Everywhere believe that the launch […]
At times of prolonged recession, everybody looks for ways to save money. This is particularly the case for small to medium size businesses. These companies cannot afford to absorb the higher costs of communication, let alone the costs of raw materials, fuel and utility prices, unlike their larger counterparts. There is little that can be […]
The cloud is set to be a key investment area for UK businesses in 2012. According to TechTarget’s 2012 IT Priorities Survey, 30.5 percent of IT buyers are pledging to spend on the technology during the course of the year. Hardware and software investment will absorb the bulk of the spend, but cloud computing investment […]
Cloud computing and voice over internet protocol are often seen as 2 separate and independent technologies. Both technologies offer many benefits for individual users, and are particularly effective in a business environment. Cloud computing delivers computing power with all its consequent advantages to a large audience through a large internet network.
Following hot on the heels of the news that BT is set to invest in the rollout of modern business broadband solutions in 47 separate locations across Scotland, the BBC is now reporting that its other Celtic cousin, Wales, is also set to get a communications boost before the year is out.