Bandwidth news stories - Page 2
Introducing bandwidth on demand - the latest from BT
With Bandwidth on demand, customers can increase bandwidth in real time when needed, for the period they require.
Ireland to become ‘go-to location’ for businesses to interconnect in Europe
Startling findings from Equinix reveal bandwidth used in private data exchange between businesses to be 6x that of the public internet by 2020.
The Cambium effect: Chch's Scorch ramps up bandwidth with PMP 450m
“Customer demand for bandwidth is high and growing. Spectrum is becoming scarce.”
Speed isn't everything: 3 vital things to look for in your ISP
ISPs will always try to woo customers with impressive connection speeds - here are 3 crucial factors to consider before signing that contract.
Internet of Things
What enterprise needs to know about the future of the web
The sharing of basic files & the increasing instances in which sharing was required, started to drive the evolution of what the internet would become.
Digitisation of educational materials on the rise
“The evidence is mounting that schools, individual teachers and, of course, students themselves are using more digital resources than ever before."
Are your cricket-mad employees choking your bandwidth?
With the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 final upon us, enterprises face the possibility of a severe bandwidth choke.
VoIP / SIP
Calculating your bandwidth for VoIP
A crucial step of planning for a VoIP service is calculating the bandwidth that will be needed.
Moving Video Communications Beyond the Boardroom
Combined with the improvements in technology, widespread video collaboration is becoming a realistic solution for enhancing business communications.
D-Link bringing SmartBeam to NZ
Latest router features multi-directional antennae capable of finding and tracking individual devices.
Free bandwidth monitor from SolarWinds
Network management providers SolarWinds have added a bandwidth monitor to their range of free network monitoring tools.
Open WAN to solve bandwidth problems
Flexible WAN optimisation products can reduce bandwidth limitations across a distributed network, says Wayne Neich, Silver Peak Systems regional director Oceania.
Shop smarter New Zealand
Optimise existing resources and infrastructure with storage solutions that show sensitivity to brittle budgets, advises Phillip Martin, Business Unit Manager, StorageWorks – HP Enterprise Storage, Servers and Networking.
Britain rushes through copyright law
British MPs recently voted in tough new laws relating to digital file sharing, despite widespread public opposition and signs that few legislators actually understood what they were voting about.
2010 "the year of the cloud"
More than 70% of SMEs plan to switch to cloud computing within the next five years, according to a study carried out by British ISP Easynet Connect.
Email security: the cloud or the network?
No matter whether a business is 10 or 10,000 people strong, standalone anti-virus software is no longer enough to stand up to the onslaught of spam or the complex array of email security threats battering businesses.