Friday July 10, 2020

How fast is fast enough?

Broadband is high on the list of utilities most Irish businesses can’t do without, but not all broadband is created equally

5th July, 2015
Gavan Smyth, vice-president, Business Services at UPC

For companies unable to access high speeds, broadband is often less of a business enabler and more of a serious business restriction.

As internet-related technologies become important and more SMEs look to use cloud services, broadband quality is becoming a more pressing issue than ever before.

“About 85 per cent of our customers have broadband of one kind or another, but as a whole the data market is exploding exponentially year on year,” said Eavann...

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