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Welcome to the connectivity section. Here you will find various material related to the connectivity topics.

by Matthew Thompson | January 4, 2013

Choosing a broadband connection for your business

Matthew Thompson
Choosing the right broadband solution for your head, branch or home office can often be confusing given the choice of access technologies available. Each “last mile” offers slightly different...
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by Jay Lehnert | November 2, 2012

How distance, contention and connection type affect the speed of business Internet

Jay Lehnert
When it comes to buying high-speed business Internet service, the familiar saying “you get what you pay for” doesn’t necessarily apply. Just because your organisation is paying for a super-fast business...
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by Michael Bellears | September 19, 2012

What is SSO and how to manage your logins and passwords?

Michael Bellears
It has got to the point of being ridiculous, hasn’t it? There is a login and a password for everything starting with the many different websites you probably subscribe...
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by Michael Bellears | September 12, 2012

What is SSL and what are security certificates? 2

Michael Bellears
Data transmission security is a common feature on modern websites. This security is usually made possible via a technology called SSL or secure socket layer. SSL is an industry...
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by Peter Thompson | June 21, 2012

Ethernet over copper advantages

Peter Thompson
Since its commercial introduction 32 years ago, Ethernet has become vastly popular, largely replacing competing wired LAN technologies. Its ability to continuously adapt enabled Ethernet to establish itself as...
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by Adam Tessieri | June 12, 2012

Broadband – Internet at the speed of business

Adam Tessieri
Businesses today are becoming increasingly dependent on high-speed and congestion-free internet connection. One of crucial factors in reaching your business goals is how quickly you can communicate with clients,...
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by Michael Bellears | June 4, 2012

The impact of IPv6

Michael Bellears
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), an international group concerned with developing technical standards, first published the basic IPv6 protocol in 1998. It has since seen a number of enhancements, such...
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by Jay Lehnert | May 29, 2012

VoIP made for business 2

Jay Lehnert
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become one of the prominent features of IT in the recent years. It uses internet to carry voice calls to any telephone worldwide....
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by Todd Brooker | May 21, 2012

Biz-eNet case study

Todd Brooker
Biz-eNet challenge: To improve their competitive edge, Biz-eNet needed an ISP with a large diversity of last mile tails and national/international coverage. To complete their offering and start building...
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by Matthew Thompson | May 9, 2012

High availability server infrastructure 1

Matthew Thompson
Companies operate under a significant amount of pressure. Logistics nowadays are implemented in a way which inherently means any possible downtime and software/hardware failure would bear disastrous consequences for...
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