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BT Wholesale helps spread hope across the football community

In support of BT’s ‘Hope United’ campaign, BT Wholesale has launched a competition to find the UK’s most deserving football teams. Ahead of the Hom

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Small businesses face funding problems

Small business start-ups are facing increasing problems securing funding as a number of large Venture Capital companies are scraping investments of un

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BT charges fee for late payers

BT has started charging a £5 fee on late players in an attempt to recover some of the admin costs that the company incurs from chasing its invoices.

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Cramped conditions for home workers

Only 44 per cent of people are satisfied with their home office space, according to a new survey.The survey conducted by printing supplier Lexmark, sh

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BT changes daytime tariff

BT's current daytime tariff runs from 8am to 6pm. After 6pm, customers can enjoy a cheaper rate of calls from 6pm through to 8am the next morning. F

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Nimans Strengthens Headset Team

Nimans has continued to expand its headsets operation with the appointment of Phil Ventress as Northern Regional Field Sales executive, just a month a

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Increased data volumes causing major problems

Growing data and storage volumes are causing major problems for many UK companies, with some recording a 200 percent increase in the amount of data th

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Don’t get ripped off by telephone scam

Imminent changes in the law regarding the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 could lead to businesses being exploited warn legal e

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Roaming charges investigated by EU

European telecoms regulators have launched an EU-wide investigation into roaming charges levied by mobile operators on users making calls outside…

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BT’s call prices falling

BT has announced that it is to cut the cost of phone calls for all its customers by slashing its rates on landline to mobile calls. At present, fi

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Spyware menace costing businesses millions!

From a minor annoyance for home PC users to a major plight on enterprise environments around the world, spyware (also known as adware, malware, scumwa

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Bulldog launches free trial of super-fast 4Mbps broadband

Broadband provider Bulldog is offering what they claim to be the UK’s fastest home broadband for free for two months – with no activation charge. B

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Ireland’s Voice And Data Market Leader Expands Into The UK

Ireland’s largest voice and data solutions and services company has acquired UK-based ITS Technology Services Ltd (ITS). The acquisition, by…

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Most businesses have email security policies in place, finds survey

A recent survey paints positive picture of email security but compliance problems remain. Only 20 per cent of companies have a full understanding

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First London (020) 3 number blocks released from 1 June 2005

Ofcom has announced that it will release the first blocks of London (020) 3 numbers to telecoms providers from 1 June 2005. Providers will then start…

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New Data Protection Laws

The government has acknowledged that much work needs to be done to improve UK data protection laws, according to a new report. The report, by law

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Business bosses stuck off for flouting cold calling rules

Three bosses at telesales business Berger & Co were disqualified from acting as directors after a Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) investigation

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8 million broadband connections by 2005?

In February 2004 BT announced that the number of ADSL (Broadband) connections in the UK had exceeded two million &

they now estimate eight million…

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