DDNS What's that all about?

Posted on Wednesday 12th Aug 2015

Remote Access with Dynamic DNS

So the issue is you cannot access your device remotely because you dont have a fixed IP address.
Maybe you have a Computer, CCTV DVR, Webcam, IP Security Camera or some other internet connected device you want to take control of when your out and about.
Dynamic DNS will help you acheave that, regardless of your Internet connection.

To connect all you need to do is type in your new easy to remember DDNS address eg, acompany@ddns.com and your connected regardless of how often your IP address changes.
Costing as littl.. Read More

Windows Server 2003 End of Service Migration

Posted on Wednesday 15th Jul 2015

If you haven’t migrated yet, Dell Solutions powered by Intel® are here to help you and minimise the impact.

Trust your transformation to Dell and reduce the risks, costs and security breaches. Windows Server 2003 End of Support is here!


Whats best for you?

Posted on Thursday 9th Jul 2015

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol): On-Premise, Hosted or Hybrid?

When choosing a new system there is a lot more to it when you strip back the Hype and Buzz words.

VoIP systems have been around for a lot longer than you’d imagine, but most in the industry would have taken note of VoIP PBX’s coming to market from th.. Read More

Hutchison Whampoa (Three UK) in Talks to Buy U.K.’s O2 from Telefónica

Posted on Friday 23rd Jan 2015

Deal by Li Ka-shing’s Hong Kong Conglomerate Would Be Latest Large Consolidation in British Wireless Market

Li Ka-shing ’s Hutchison Whampoa said it has agreed to enter into exclusive talks to buy U.K. mobile-phone operator O2 for potentially more than £10 billion ($15 billion) in what would be the latest big consolidation move in that Britain’s fast-changing wireless market.

The proposed deal includes a purchase price of £9.25 billion in cash plus up to £1 billion in deferred upside interest-sharing payments, Hutchison .. Read More

Does Vodafone think we live in the age of the carrier pigeons?

Posted on Wednesday 12th Nov 2014

In June 2003 I wrote about Ben Jemison, a 29-year-old facing a £1,000 bill after his phone was stolen in, guess where, Barcelona. The banks, he argued, block cards when they see suspicious activity, and cap a customer’s liability to fraud at just £50, so why can’t the mobile phone companies do the same? Yet for the past decade Vodafone and the other mobile giants have successfully fought the imposition of any cap, while the spineless regulators, first Oftel and now Ofcom, have consistently failed to protect consumers.

Back in 2003 the networks told me it ca.. Read More

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