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  • Virgin comes out on top

    There is still a vast discrepancy between the broadband speeds we see advertised on TV and the reality, with Virgin Media really the only provider to come close to offering its advertised speeds. 

  • Now is the time for conference calls

    In a conversation earlier this week with an industry source the conversation turned to using technology for call conferencing and the passion in the room went up a notch. "Why aren't more resellers talking about video and audio conferencing? Th... 

  • Asian phone makers could repeat success of PC firms

    In recent years, previously unknown Far Eastern PC vendors, such as Acer and Lenovo, have carved out a prominent niche in the western hardware market, and are now beginning to challenge leaders such as Hewlett-Packard for regional market dominance. I... 

  • Hollywood beckons for Comstor film-makers

    Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Gus Van Sant, Spike Lee. It's only a matter of time before we can add Clive Hailstone, sales director at Cisco distie Comstor, to the list of illustrious movie directors. In case you haven't worked out from the... 

  • Smack my bus up; Daisy brings home musical souvenir

    Acquisitive Lancashire-based comms firm Daisy has made another addition to its growing portfolio in the form of a 59-year old Routemaster London bus. The classic Routemaster bus formerly belonged to Prodigy frontman Liam Howlett, and was bought for h... 

  • UK business missing out on social media opportunities

    Reluctance among British businesses to follow the lead of the US is leading companies to miss out on social media-enabled interaction with customers and employees, according to a comparative global study on Web 2.0 media carried out by Siemens Enterp... 

  • I'll call you back, I'm in Mongolia

    I've always thought the term mobile workerto besomething of a misnomer. Most of them, it seems to me, are actually sitting at a desk in a spare upstairs bedroom, or on a nice day, in the garden. Eventhe most dedicatedroad warriors never really log on... 

  • Farewell, Mr Combs

    ShoreTel CEO John Combs announced this morning that he is to step down from his role after 6 years in the hotseat. John joined ShoreTel in 2004, after a long career in networks and communications that began at Ma Bell in the US, and took him variousl... 

  • A final blast of the vuvuzela

    As the World Cup and its bitter memories begin to fade, a bruisednation starts the healing process, and the opportunities for a swift football-related article diminish, research from Internet experts at Ipswitch has shown just how close Britain's Int... 

  • The idea of a networked nation is not original

    The idea of getting everyone of working age online is an admirable one and perhaps also a concept that has been talked about before? I pose that question only because it feels as if the move to get more people online has been going almost as long as...