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Connectivity greases the wheels of all business

With more and more companies depending on broadband connections to do business, the quality of connections can become an issue. Alex Meehan reports

3rd February, 2019

For most companies, the list of business functions that depend on a broadband connection grows every day, but accessing a reliable connection isn’t always a straightforward matter. To begin with, companies that depend on broadband to process payments, access cloud-hosted accounts and use productivity systems need to know that they can depend on those connections.

“The reality is that broadband is becoming more and more crucial as a business utility as time goes...

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