The Internet of Things: How it can save your business money

May 29th, 2017
Wideband - The Internet of Things How it can save your business money

Is your business ready for the Internet of Things (IoT)? The IoT promises to disrupt the way we do business; IoT-ready businesses will be adoption leaders who could gain an edge over competitors.The IoT offers exciting opportunities for businesses regardless of industry, and one of these is the potential for ma

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Secrets to managing office tech equipment: Minimise loss and maximise performance

May 22nd, 2017
Wideband - Secrets to managing office tech equipment Minimise loss and maximise performance

Your IT infrastructure can be the difference between sustainable growth and failure, so how do you adopt the right technology? Choosing the right technology is as important as managing use. If you apply a solid IT policy through your business, you’ll end up with a cost-effective, secure IT infrastructure for your

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Traffic Classes More Important Than Technology For Connectivity

May 16th, 2017

The nbn™ network is being rolled out across Australia using multiple technologies – fibre to the premises, fibre to the node, fixed wireless, satellite, HFC and more.But Wideband National Sales Manager Aaron O’Keefe suggests that for large organisations such as local government, traffic classes are even m

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How to Choose the Right nbnTM Speed for Your Business

April 28th, 2017
wideband - How to Choose the Right nbnTM Speed for Your Business

What’s the difference between MBps and Mbps? Should you get Tier 1 or Tier 2 nbnTM? And how much data cap will your business use? You’ll find the answer to all these questions and more in this guide for choosing the right nbnTM speed for your organisation. What is superfast broadband? Superfast broadband is a

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The Top VoIP Trends for 2017

April 20th, 2017
wideband - The Top VoIP Trends for 2017

VoIP has been supporting businesses almost since its arrival in the telecommunications space over two decades ago. Like any mainstream technology, VoIP continues to evolve and expand its features each year, so it’s always useful to review some of the likely trends that will impact this telephone technology in the

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Using Skype for Your Business

April 13th, 2017

Skype, owned by Microsoft, is one of the most popular video and voice call platforms in the world. With hundreds of millions of monthly active users, Skype has obviously proven its worth as a free go-to chat and call platform for loyal fans, but the platform actually also offers paid services targeted at business u

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Is Working Remotely Best for Your Business Needs?

February 15th, 2017

In an ever-shrinking world of ubiquitous internet, the promise of efficient, high performing remote teams is gradually coming to reality. The technological shift to the cloud, where staff can work on shared resources from anywhere, is accompanied by a shift in culture, where teams are provided with more freedom to

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Why your business needs unified communications

November 30th, 2016

Unified communications (UC) is the buzzword for putting all your communication applications in one faster, cheaper and easier to use basket. By adopting unified communication tools, a business can save money, become more productive and get an edge over less tech-savvy competitors. So let’s take a look at what uni

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Why working remotely is the future of business

November 19th, 2016

Advances in mobile technology and ever increasing broadband speeds are making working remotely a viable option in today’s business world. Working from home has now become a realistic consideration for businesses looking to cut costs and offer their employees a better work/life balance. What is working remotely?

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Is the NBN right for big business?

November 8th, 2016

The National Broadband Network (NBN) has been touted as the key to making Australian businesses more competitive on the world stage, but due to overspending and costly delays the NBN we have today is not what those in the industry had envisioned when it was first proposed.Originally the NBN was planned to be Fi

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