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So you've just has a visit from the broadband salesperson. They've told you that you're spending too much money on your landline, mobiles and broadband and have decided to save you from these unnecessary charges. In theory, there is nothing wrong with this. Cutting costs is essential in all businesses irrespective of whatever times we live
In recent weeks, various customers have reported issues with their broadband connections where it can disconnect intermittingly throughout the day. The problem may only even manifest itself on certain days creating huge difficulties in narrowing down its cause. Obviously this creates a huge strain on the working day and we've only recently managed to find the
How much time do you think your average employee spends on the Internet during office hours? The answer, if taken from legitimate studies, is an astounding 2 hours per day. That's 10 hours a week! From updating their Facebook profile, to sending out Twitter alerts, checking personal emails, tracking eBay items, or simple day-to-day internet
Eircom is working on repairing its DNS Servers after they confirmed outage across their system. Users are currently experiencing slow load times for web pages, erroneous redirects and general inability to surf the web properly. We've posted the following fix which should get you up ad running very quickly; By using OpenDNS instead of Eircom, you will
Sending large file attachments over e-mail is usually an issue for businesses who generally use software such as Autocad for technical drawings or large PDF documents for marketing campaigns or even movie files, music files and high resolution images in day-to-day activities. Most email systems simply don't cope very well when transmitting such files. They are usually not
The business workplace is changing. More and more business professionals are working from home and the workplace has transformed into a mobile reality. Broadband has been the catalyst and Internet Service Providers have become big players in the marketplace as a consequence. If this is true, why do these same companies enforce their customers (us) to
The Irish Broadband Service Providers generally irritate me. As a small Irish Company providing IT Solutions, we are often asked to recommend to our clients where they should get their broadband from. I would love nothing more than to be able to say, “Try X Company – They are brilliant!” The reality is much different.