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Making the right call on broadband backup

Posted by Sean Paxton | 22 Feb 2016, 14:30 PM

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In an age of increasing broadband speeds and the expectation of high-speed connectivity without a second glance, the recent lengthy outage experienced by BT, while unexpected, did raise the issue of business continuity. This blog looks at why businesses should be wary of being lulled into a false sense of security regarding "always-on" connectivity making sure they have a contingency plan in place should the worst happen.

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Your mobile management in our hands

Posted by Paul Storey | 27 Aug 2015, 15:13 PM

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The increase in popularity of BYOD has brought with it a new set of challenges for businesses concerning the management of mobile fleets. In his latest blog, Paul Storey, Head of Telephony, explains how Redcentric's recently launched mobile management service can make the process of maintaining your mobile fleet a lot easier.

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EU roaming charges end but at what cost

Posted by Paul Storey | 18 Aug 2015, 21:54 PM

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Paul Storey, Head of Telephony at Redcentic, looks back at the recent news that EU roaming charges for calls, data and SMS become a thing of the past and how this will affect MNOs. He looks at how MNOs can support enterprise users to build accurate mobile packages, taking into consideration the individual business’s mobile usage abroad.

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How 0800 changes blur the fixed-mobile line

Posted by Richard Allgate | 4 Jun 2015, 10:09 AM

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One of the most common frustrations for mobile users is the differing charges incurred when making calls from a mobile to those made from a landline. Finally, after years of frustration, Ofcom is announcing not only free calls from mobile to 0800 numbers but also clearer regulations for mobile users in regards to mobile calls to other number ranges such as 084, 087 and 09. This blog looks at how these changes will further blur the lines between mobile and landline calling.

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Musical chairs of MNOs: What to do when the music stops

Posted by Richard Allgate | 5 Mar 2015, 10:46 AM

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Over the last few years the mobile network operator market has become a lucrative one. With a number of high-profile buyouts making the headlines recently, Richard Allgate takes a look at what the latest takeovers will mean for both the enterprise market and the mobile network operators themselves.

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4 steps to developing a mobile strategy for enterprises: what you need to know

Posted by Richard Allgate, Mobile Specialist | 25 Feb 2015, 13:11 PM

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Developing a mobile strategy for your business can be a daunting task for any CTO or IT Manager to undertake so, in this blog, Richard Allgate looks at four of the key steps, from mobile security to network integration, that are an essential part when building your mobile strategy.

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'Not-spots': A thing of the past, thanks to national roaming?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 7 Jan 2015, 11:53 AM

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With the government recently announcing plans to take a long overdue look at the problem of mobile 'not-spots', Redcentric's mobile specialist, Richard Allgate, explores some of the numerous options that are available to mobile network operators, including networking roaming and mast sharing.

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'If you can't beat them, join them': What does Blackberry's partnership with Samsung mean for businesses?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 29 Dec 2014, 09:35 AM

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Following the recent announcement of a strategic partnership tie up between BlackBerry and Samsung, Redcentric's mobile specialist Richard Allgate looks at what this means for both businesses as well as how the deal will help address some of the mobile challenges currently being faced by businesses.

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Is the new Amazon Fire enterprise-ready or should it remain a consumer device?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 22 Jul 2014, 14:50 PM

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Following the launch of the Amazon Fire last month, our mobile expert Richard Allgate looks at Amazon's first move into the mobile market and asks if it is one step too far for the online retailer.

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