Businesses from across the district are being encouraged by Forest of Dean District Council to apply for non-repayable broadband grants to fund faster communication speeds in excess of 30 Mbps.
Is this the beginning of the end for ISDN and traditional telephony? 2025 seems a long way off but given the immensity of the existing infrastructure it's not surprising. So no it's not if but when, as far as any decision to move away from traditional phone systems is concerned.
With all this trouble that Internet Explorer has had recently I bet you’ve been wondering if there is other alternatives. There are many alternatives browsers, the big ones are Chrome, Firefox and Safari. They are all similar and different in their own ways.
In breaking news, Amazon have acquired an Israel based Chip manufacturer which means that they are continuing in their bid for world domination in the 'cloud'.
Heard from a small business operating locally, who were unable to send emails, had hundreds of pop up screens and couldn't print! The business owner was hopping up and down because he couldn't get an important quotation sent.
Many of you will have thought over the years what the difference is between using a Windows PC and using Mac. It is a battle that has had people up in arms for many years, each with their own devoted followers. For many people the first experience on a computer was using Windows so that is what they have stuck with. Since the iPhone came out it has had many people start considering using other Apple products instead of their conventional Windows PC, as a way of making their lives simpliers, everything under one roof or so to speak.
I thought it would be useful to put together a basic guide on how to use your Mac. I have also put a link to Apples site where they go through everything that you could possible need to know.
With the new iOS just around the corner I thought it was best that I should tell you how to update your iPhone to the latest iOS.
What do the Ice bucket Challenge and the evil Facebook Messenger app have in common?