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The Cloud has been growing in popularity as a business solution and it’s not a surprise; with Cloud Computing being linked to the internet there are some really great benefits. Still not made the move up onto the Cloud yet? Read on to find out more about what it is and how it works for… [MORE]

Ofcom has released their latest Communications Market Report and the results are really quite interesting. The report, which was published on 2nd August, details how communication services have changed over the past decade. The comprehensive study found that most people in the UK are completely and utterly dependent on their digital devices and require constant… [MORE]

That’s right; the home device Alexa is learning sign language thanks to developer, Abhishek Singh. We know what you’re thinking, surely that’s not real – Alexa can’t see! Well, it sure is! In the past few years, there has been a huge rise in the popularity of voice assistants however for the deaf community a… [MORE]

The Government has said that full-fibre broadband should be fitted as standard in new homes, as part of the new national telecoms strategy that is being drawn up by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Support (DCMS). The target date for the UK to have full-fibre broadband coverage across the country is 2023, with… [MORE]

On 11th & 12th May 2018, the Eurolink team had a great time attending The Arboricultural Association Show at Westonbirt Arboretum. The Arb Show is a great event that celebrates the science of trees with cool tree surgery demonstrations, food and drink stalls and even a tree climbing competition! This was our second year attending… [MORE]

We recently received information on the latest cyber security threat as well as some handy recommendations to help ensure your systems are protected. So what’s the threat? The threat is a new DDoS attack which has been identified to target Memcached servers that have certain ports exposed to the internet. The impact that this threat… [MORE]

As technology becomes outdated and outmoded, it is oft discontinued, and the ISDN lines which power many office phones are no exception. BT has historically confirmed that ISDN lines will be phased out and has now published the technical details for their plans to stop selling phone lines from 2020. Their forthcoming Single Order Generic… [MORE]

Some quirky engineers at a small UK based company recently conducted an experiment for a bit of fun but the outcome was something pretty spectacular. Andrews and Arnold Engineers successfully made a broadband connection using 2m of wet string, which was first soaked in salt water to enable good conduction. Believe it or not, the… [MORE]

Our friends at Circle2Success hosted their fabulous annual Christmas lunch at Manor by Lake on Wednesday 6th December and we were delighted to have attended. During the event we chatted to the lovely Chris Knight who works for the Caring for Communities and People Project (CCP) in Gloucester and we found out that their staff… [MORE]

Here’s the top Cyber stories from around the world this November: Bad Rabbit on the rise Reports of the Bad Rabbit Ransomware are on the rise, spreading across Russia and Ukraine via a fake Adobe flashplayer update. Read the full story… Ethical Hackers set to support NHS The NHS is set to establish a security operations… [MORE]

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