Wireless Technology and Innovation

In Ofcom’s latest report, ‘Supporting the expanding role of wireless innovation in UK industry’, they talk about some of the key areas of technological challenge in the coming years and what they are doing to support businesses use of wired and wireless technology.
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Telecoms in 2019 and Beyond

2019 looks set to be a pivotal year for the telecoms industry. With 5G edging towards a full launch, new use cases in cloud computing and Internet of Things are being deployed and driving greater-than-ever demand for high capacity, low latency connectivity.
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Out of Office - Remote Working and Virtual Teams

In 2017, more than 4.3 million people worked remotely in the UK. The latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that three quarters of these people were experienced professionals who work in the highest skilled areas of the economy.
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Communications in the Modern Workplace

We don’t need to tell you that workplace communication has evolved dramatically over the last decade. In this post we look at some of the underlying technologies that are supporting this shift in how we work.
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Why install an Ethernet leased line?

Over the last few years, ADSL2+ broadband connectivity speeds have significantly improved along with the advent of FTTC (Fibre-To-The-Cabinet) and its gradual increased availability, whilst the costs have generally decreased. This has created a perceived overlap between VDSL fibre broadband internet and Ethernet fibre leased lines.
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Digital Education

At TSI we ensure that we can offer solutions that will meet the current and future demands of our clients, so having a deep understanding of trends, challenges and innovations that are likely to impact their organisation is crucial.
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Telecoms in 2018

Superfast and Ultrafast Broadband Rollouts Superfast broadband coverage across the UK continues to increase and improve. Ofcom recently highlighted that the availability of superfast broadband, which they define as providing a minimum 30Mbit/s download speed, had increased to 93% of UK premises (27.2 million).
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Work anywhere with Anywhere from TSI

More businesses are looking to deploy their employees more flexibly and this means rethinking who does what jobs, where they do them and when. Businesses are increasingly operating 24 by 7, through global supply chains with more remote, geographically-dispersed and virtual teams, which must be technologically enabled to ensure high levels of productivity can be retained.
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WiFi for SME's

Fast and free WiFi is something that consumers and staff have come to expect.  But an enterprise grade, feature rich solution doesn't have to be expensive and a drain on resources.  Ubiquiti Unifi from TSI delivers high grade WiFi with the throughput needed for bandwidth-intensive applications, including HD video streaming, interactive online gaming, and cloud services at a price suitable for SME's.
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How to maximise ROI on your business communications spend

In the 1940s the first computer for business was built – called the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC). By the 1970s email was invented, and the 1980s gave us “brick-like” mobile phones.
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