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Telecoms company Invosys have announced a partner incentive to celebrate the launch of the new Enterprise Number Manager product, complete with a top prize. The competition, which starts on the 1st April and runs until 31st June, is open to new and existing partners and will see them compete to sell the new Enterprise Licenses. The top five sellers will win tickets for a VIP Grand Prix Karting day this summer. Enterprise Number Manager is the first product to form part of a new Enterprise Suite from Invosys, aimed at the SME market. It is a drag and drop provisioning tool that...
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Distributor Purdicom has been assisting Metronet (UK), the leading hybrid wireless & fibre ISP, to supply businesses with superfast broadband. Purdicom has assisted the Manchester-based ISP by supplying an array of next generation wireless solutions as well as offering managed spectrum to ensure interference free wireless. As one of the UK’s most advanced Internet Service Providers, Metronet (UK) has proved example for other ISPs to follow by offering a calculated hybrid mix of wired and wireless technologies to deliver B2B connections. Based in Manchester, Metronet (UK) has played an active role in the Government’s Connection Vouchers scheme, where business can receive a...
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Yesterday saw the successful launch of Coms Wholesale’s next generation Hosted Unified Communications (UC) product into the Channel. Coms Wholesale customers were invited to the exclusive BT Tower to learn more about the benefits of Coms Hosted UC and its advantage over competitor offerings. This white label, next generation offering further cements the Coms and BT Wholesale relationship. With online access to self-configuration portals, one for channel partners and one for end users, it removes the requirement for a physical PBX. Users can still enjoy the full functionality of a traditional PBX, but also have the added features and benefits of...
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Research from Intermedia, a one-stop shop for cloud business applications, has revealed that many IT departments still condone employees storing work-related data using personal cloud storage, leaving their organisation vulnerable to data theft. According to new findings from Intermedia, 68 per cent of employees favour using personal cloud storage at work and 52 per cent of these employees report to using multiple personal services – as many as six services in some cases. Use of personal consumer-grade cloud storage services (such as Dropbox and Google Drive) is so prevalent that, according to Intermedia’s research, companies employing 100 staff may find that...
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