Category: Technology

The Broadband Jargon Buster – knowing your gigabit from your FTTP

Do you know your gigabit from your FTTP? With this Jargon Buster, we help you decode the world of broadband.

Fibre broadband explained – how fast is ultrafast?

If you don’t know your FTTP from your ADSL, what fibre broadband is or the difference in internet speed between ultrafast and standard, then this article will go a long way to explaining it all for you!

Hospitality of the future – how advances in technology can be used to drive profitability

Digital transformation is coming and you need to be ahead of the game. The future of hospitality is exciting, and offers benefits to both customers and venues.

You’re back in business and now for the next step – the complete technology solution

If indoor reopening has gone well since 17 May, your hotel, pub or restaurant has taken a crucial step towards post-Covid recovery. The next step, however, is arguably even more important. And that’s not just about your comfortable beds, sourdough pizza or craft ales, it’s being confident you have the complete technology solution your customers expect.

Is poor technology putting your customers off?

There is every chance you had happy punters flooding back to your outdoor spaces, delighted to be able to spend time with friends again and lapping up the sunshine along with your great food and drink. But can you keep them coming back for more?

97% of staff want to carry on working from home – do you have the communications platform in place to enable it?

Whether you are reading this in a log cabin installed in your back garden, a home office on the kitchen table, in your car or even at company headquarters, there is no doubt that we have all become used to new ways of working.

The question is: does your business have the nimble communications system to thrive in this new environment?

3 things for hospitality businesses to consider when reopening

What are the 3 things for hospitality businesses to consider when reopening?

Your customers are back, but are they enjoying your service as much as they could?

Bad or no WiFi is a key factor in reduced spend in pubs, restaurants and hotels, while strong WiFi coupled with an easy-to-use table ordering app leads to increased customer dwell time and higher order values.

conversation with a computer

Can you have a Conversation with a Computer?

We’ve talked previously about how businesses are creating digital personas to represent their brands, and while an identity is all well and good, these avatars will have to eventually create relationships with consumers through conversation. Whilst humans have the most advanced processors known to man in our skulls, traditional computer processors struggle to identify sound …

Apps on a phone

Custom Apps can Transform a Business, no Matter the Industry

When Apple’s App Store was launch on 10th July 2008, it was touted as a marketplace for games and way to increase functionality on a brand-new platform. Fast forward 10 years and Apps have become an essential part of a business’ identity, finding new ways to differentiate your user experience is essential to standing out …


The Coming 5G Revolution and What it Means for you

Last month, EE launched the UK’s first 5G network by ‘lighting up’ Tower Bridge in London; collaborating with Stormzy to celebrate the launch whilst concurrently proving the reliability of the technology by broadcasting the concert on YouTube and live streaming the event to EE stores in Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester, where the service …