Archive for April, 2012:

Are you ready for the EU Cookie Law?

{ Posted on Apr 30 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : Government, Strategy
Following the controversial introduction of the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) and CAP (Committee of Advertising Practice) guidelines for the advertising of broadband speeds, the next challenge for channel resellers, taking effect from 26th May, is the requirement imposed by the ...Read More »

Generic needs and specific desires

{ Posted on Apr 30 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : Strategy
Organisations tend to exist to provide products and services as a way of generating revenues that in turn make profits, provide people with an income for the long term, and serve society in some way. If you look behind these ...Read More »

Partner case study – MacAce.net

{ Posted on Apr 26 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : Broadband, Case study
MacAce.net, founded in 1996, is the UK’s most well-known and respected Mac ISP. They offer a wide range of data and voice connectivity options from broadband, leased lines, VoIP, secure web and email hosting backed with first-rate technical help and ...Read More »

Are you prepared for the new broadband advertising guidelines?

{ Posted on Apr 02 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : Broadband, Government
Currently, virtually every provider advertises broadband speeds based on the theoretical maximum the technology can support (e.g. up to 24Mbps for ADSL2+), but from 1st April new guidelines from the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) and CAP (Committee of Advertising Practice) ...Read More »

IPv6 – Now available via synergi

{ Posted on Apr 02 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : IPv6, synergi
IPv4 addresses use a 32-bit system and are rapidly running out. They’re therefore being replaced by IPv6 addresses which provide a 128-bit hexadecimal address that has the potential to make available 2128 individual addresses, which is roughly 340 trillion, trillion, ...Read More »