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BT Openreach to use virtual reality to attract 1,500 new engineers over the next year

BT Openreach plans to use virtual reality (VR) in a bid to entice some 1,500 new engineers to join the company over the next 12 months. The company said that the 360-degree VR experience it has developed will give trainee engineers the chance to see first-hand what the job entails, such as climbing telegraph poles, working in the local exchange ... Read More »

BT agrees to turn Openreach into independent company

Openreach will become a separate business after BT bowed to ongoing pressure from Ofcom and industry rivals. However, BT will still legally be the owner of the company and set the budget Openreach is given each year. The move marks the end of years of debate and disagreement over how Openreach should be managed, with rivals to BT such as ... Read More »

Buffering and jitter? Network intelligence beats bandwidth brawn

When networks fail to perform in ways that cause cause users to complain – buffering, delays, stuttering video, poor quality VoIP calls – there’s a time-honoured solution beloved of network engineers: throw some more bandwidth at it. The great thing about this is that it really does eliminate many of the symptoms; the bad thing is it does little to ... Read More »

Verizon trialling fixed wireless 5G in 11 US areas by June 2017

Cloud mix and match – getting the balance right During this web seminar our expert panellists will be investigating the factors that all organisations need to consider when pursuing a cloud-first or hybrid cloud strategy, including price, latency, vendor lock-in. Date: 08 Mar 2017 Your Computer Read More »

76 per cent of organisations believe cloud is the fast lane to unified comms

So you want to be an AI billionaire? During this web seminar our expert panel will be looking at how cloud can support the various stages of innovation, what to look for at each stage, and how cloud is changing the way innovation happens. Date: 01 Mar 2017 Your Computer Read More »

Amazon targets unified communications sector with Chime

Amazon is entering the unified communications market with AWS’ launch of Amazon Chime. Offering what the company calls a “secure, easy-to-use application” for online meetings, Chime is pitched to function for video conferencing, calls, chat and content sharing “both inside and outside your organisation”. It runs inside a single, platform agnostic application for all functions. If Chime sounds a little ... Read More »

77 per cent of UK enterprise has adopted videoconferencing and collaboration in last three years

Data that does more: Top 12 financial services solutions Financial services are dependent on data intelligence, and with visual analytics, you can see the whole story. This allows you not only to better visualise and explore information, but gain insight and make better decisions through being better informed too.. Download Read More »

Here’s how Canadian Tire reduced its business risk by nearly 100 per cent with NetScout

Canadian Tire claims taking on NetScout networking monitoring solutions reduced business risk and improved service performance by between 80 and 100 per cent. With 58,000 employees, 490 stores and $12bn a year turnover, Canadian Tire kits out 40 per cent of wheels in its home country. It was also, until recently, in search of a way to tighten business assurance ... Read More »

Six gigabits per second wireless internet speeds achieved – but it required gallium

IT Leaders Club The IT Leaders Dining Club is an exclusive, invitation-only organisation comprising the UK’s top CIOs, CTOs and other technologists and business leaders. Date: 18 Jan 2017 London Read More »

TfL licenses contactless ticketing tech for £15m

IT Leaders Club The IT Leaders Dining Club is an exclusive, invitation-only organisation comprising the UK’s top CIOs, CTOs and other technologists and business leaders. Date: 18 Jan 2017 London Read More »

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