Embracing 5G

Embracing 5G

The current switchover and uptake of 5G technology represents a fundamental change compared to 4G and previous mobile data networks. New and improved features like one millisecond latency and high bandwidth (up to 10 Gbps), as well as the rise in connected devices and...
The decline of Fixed Line (vs Mobile)

The decline of Fixed Line (vs Mobile)

Since the 3G revolution, mobile phones have become the contact mode of choice, eliminating the need for public telephone boxes and reducing the requirement for businesses to use fixed line telephones and fixed internet access. Business Implications Small and...
Enhancing Mobile Security

Enhancing Mobile Security

Since the digital revolution and the uptake of personal computing, viruses have always been a thorn in the side of IT administrators worldwide. As the majority of users have moved from desktop consumption to mobile, hackers have also turned their attention to where...
Dealing with spend capping and bill limits

Dealing with spend capping and bill limits

No matter the industry, establishing budget limits is an essential process to setting the expectations and performance of a business, as well as protecting its future success from overspend. Billing, specifically establishing usage or spend caps, is currently going...
Benefits of a user friendly, Cloud-based portal

Benefits of a user friendly, Cloud-based portal

As businesses look to amalgamate their network services under one umbrella, and given the rise of VoIP and other internet-based connectivity, network providers and resellers have been challenged to create simple user-facing management tools.Take Control of your...
Why slow bill runs should be a thing of the past

Why slow bill runs should be a thing of the past

Traditional billing systems can seriously affect the day-to-day running of network suppliers and resellers by using on-site computers to perform invoice runs that may take hours, over-night or even through weekends depending on volume. System overload can also...