At Timico our website is very important to us. It is a showcase for our products and services. We use it to generate interest in our company and our products, generate sales leads through the use of live chat services and contact us forms, and we have our contact numbers posted everywhere so that you know how to get in touch with us. It is a pivotal part of our business and we’d be lost without it.
Following on from my last blog where I discussed the various considerations that are involved in designing a new telephony solution, it struck me that I should have probably started a step before that and actually look at what some of the telephony jargon means.
As the demand for bandwidth increases and businesses want to ensure that their internet access is secure and reliable, a dedicated circuit can provide plenty of reassurances. You can now benefit from higher bandwidth options for less, it might sound crazy but a 100Mbps circuit is now cheaper than a 10Mbps circuit so you can now get 10x the bandwidth for a lower price. This not only helps to safeguard your connection for the future but it also removes the inconvenience of having to upgrade your circuit at a later date.
BT will be retiring their 20CN network later this year; this will include all SDSL services and all 20CN broadband services being retired by from UK exchanges where 21CN broadband exists by 31st March 2014.
In my last post, I wrote about the benefits of using a hybrid backup environment to manage your backups, which gives you the flexibility to manage your data using a combination of on premise tape backup, or an alternative on premise method, and off-site cloud backup through a trusted partner like Timico.