Internet technology

Internet technology has transformed businesses and public services, and as a result has also revolutionised the IT department. Web trends such as e-commerce, social media, Web 2.0 and cloud computing are essential elements of any successful IT strategy. We follow the latest developments and help IT managers choose the right products for their organisation.

News : Internet technology

  • September 07, 2022 07 Sep'22

    Minor League Baseball hits in-stadium connectivity to new level

    Cloud networking provider partners with Minor League Baseball to provide in-stadium tech and help its teams and players to become smarter and faster in improving their games and optimising the overall in-stadium experience

  • September 06, 2022 06 Sep'22

    ScottishPower charges up connectivity with BT

    Leading UK telecoms provider enters into strategic partnership with Glasgow-based integrated energy company in to help connect renewable growth and provide integrated and bespoke telecommunications services to approximately 100 locations across the ...

  • September 06, 2022 06 Sep'22

    Rugby try for full-fibre connectivity as CityFibre reveals value of Wolverhampton gigabit

    Warwickshire town named as the next location in line for a multimillion-pound digital full-fibre investment, while data is released showing potential benefits of such infrastructures in Black Country urban environment

  • September 05, 2022 05 Sep'22

    Giganet takes Cuckoo under wing to further full-fibre ambitions

    Acquisition of full-fibre ISP described as marking a meeting of minds at a time when gigabit broadband consumers deserve more from the internet, while the UK’s largest independent broadband provider claims landmark in fibre delivery in Derby

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  • Lauri Love: how reformed hackers halted the WannaCry virus

    Lauri Love presents a compelling story of the WannaCry malware that nearly brought down the NHS, and the behind the scenes work of former hackers, and security researchers that helped to prevent lives being lost. Love is facing extradition to the US after allegedly taking part in a hacking protest over the death of internet pioneer Aaron Swartz, who faced jail for using a hidden computer to downloading academic journals at MIT.

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