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98 posts filed under IT, Telecoms

30 Jan 2017

What is VoIP and why should you care?

Posted by: Steven Godfrey The current situation Domestic users rent analogue telephone lines. Business users rent digital telephone lines, called ISDN lines. Small installations use a variety called ‘ISDN 2’ and larger installations use ‘ISDN 30’. ISDN phone lines are Read on →

Filed under: Telecoms
18 Nov 2016

From April 2017 businesses can switch water supplier

Posted by: Steven Godfrey What’s happening to my water supplier? From 1st April 2017 all non-domestic water supplies in England will be deregulated (Wales is deregulated only for large consumers and Scotland deregulated in 2008). Non-domestic customers will be able Read on →

Filed under: Water
28 Sep 2016

Manage your “Grey Fleet”

Posted by: Gillian Gibbon Grey fleet drivers are employees that drive their own cars for business. Having grey fleet drivers can be more beneficial where users do not have high business mileage, but these drivers can sometimes be hard to Read on →

22 Sep 2016

Cost Control can be a Headache

Posted by: Mark Bennett Time waits for no man, and in business that is particularly true; before you know it, two-thirds of the calendar year have gone.  A survey of 500 bosses by Heathrow Express, right at the start of Read on →

Filed under: Cost Management
29 Jun 2016

What’s the EU ever done for us?

Posted by: Simon Eggleton Whether an “inner” or an “outer”, you will probably have a different perspective on this question. What can’t be denied is that the EU has delivered benefits to the UK consumer regarding mobile phone roaming charges. Read on →

Filed under: Telecoms
08 Jun 2016

The Flexible Energy Revolution

Posted by: Simon Eggleton Even though wholesale energy prices have dropped over the past year or so, energy bills haven’t fallen by as much. In large part, this is because the cost of delivering the energy to consumers has increased, Read on →

Filed under: Energy