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Team Working and Conferencing – If the Glove Fits…

Conferencing has become far more personal in recent years with desktop, web based applications readily available and compatibility issues swept aside.

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Channel in… Retail

The high street retailer is doomed... right?! Wrong! We have been fed stories for several years now about the struggles of the high street retailer in

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Tower Fire at Telstar House, Central London.

Construction Products Regulation – Cables

Comms Business Magazine talks to Andrew Percival, Managing Director of infrastructure solutions company Mayflex, about CPR, the recent update to the B

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Stephen O’Connell, sales director and co-owner of Advantex Network Solutions

Silver Lining for Advantex

Comms Business speaks to Stephen O’Connell, Sales Director and Co-Owner of Gateshead based reseller Advantex Network Solutions, about his company and

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Shunning Price for Value

Ahead of Daisy Wholesale’s big event at the BT Tower at the end of February Garry Growns, Sales Director at Daisy Whoelsale, sat down with David Dunga

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Max Ward

A Knight to support SMEs

Max Ward leads new business, Knight Debt Advisory. Here, he writes exclusively for Comms Business about funding and his view of the market together wi

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A Vision for Resellers Today

For Resellers in today’s telecoms market, business as usual is getting harder. Performance Telecom see it another way. With margins from inbound minu

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Robust Analytics

In this interview, Bart Delgado, MD of Akixi, talks to David Dungay about his company’s growth over the last year despite a turbulent political climat

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Neil Christie, Managing Director of Converged Communication Solutions

Convergence in Action

Comms Business Magazine talks to Neil Christie, Managing Director of Aberdeen based reseller Converged Communication Solutions about their quest to im

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iFace Set Out to Acquire three Telecoms and IT Companies a Year

iFace Solutions was founded in 2017. The company Director, Roger Gooden previously owned Globalnet Telecom for 10 years before being sold to Nine Tele

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New cloud models, new channel approach

There is a real dichotomy in the Channel at the moment. It is populated by players that are traditionally hardware and services suppliers and those th

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Winning in Energy

The telecoms and IT Channel has been flirting with the energy market for a while now but much of the industry is still not convinced of the viability

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Comms Business Live – Highlights

This month, we take a look at the highlights from two Comms Business Live streams held at the end of last year. Season 2 Ep.4 – Distributor Talks: 

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Carl Churchill

Payments Take Centre Stage

At the end of 2017 the world of payments reached a milestone, for the first time in history the number of debit card transactions overtook cash paymen

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UC and Worker Mobility

UC and worker mobility technologies present an excellent commercial opportunity for the Channel. Today, UK businesses spend over £750m on worker mobil

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Devices

This month David Dungay reviews two devices which reside at the lower end of the market. LG are trying to take market share away from Samsung with the

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Applications where 5G will have a significant impact.

UK 5G Strategy Update

You may have missed it over the Christmas and New Year break but Ofcom has released a new report entitled ‘Next Generation Mobile Technologies: An upd

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Channel in… Public Sector

In the first feature in the Vertical Horizon series we are taking a look at the Public Sector market and how it has been impacted by trends like Digit

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“…call recording needs to be user based rather than device based – David Dadds, VanillaIP

Call Recording Faces GDPR, MiFID II and AI Challenges

Today call recording is used just about everywhere. Driven to a large extent by compliance and now set for a greater degree of scrutiny by security re

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SD-WAN: The Networks of the Future?

Software Defined Networking (SDN) based solutions are starting to appear frequently in the market from vendors keen to capitalise on the increased fle

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