Beginner's Guide - Digital Wholesale Solutions

Beginner’s Guide to Telephony

As we approach the 2025 deadline for the PSTN switch off, the focus is shifting more and more towards IP telephony, but many businesses don’t understand the change, and are not prepared. According to Ofcom’s Connected Nations Report 2019, only one fifth of telephony services are currently supported on IP Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to Mobile

In today’s society, we can’t imagine a life without mobile phones as we use them for everything from communication to navigation, with mobile phones supporting us in almost every aspect of our daily lives. So, if you can’t live without one, why would you do business without one? As more Read more…

Beginner's Guide to 5G

Beginner’s Guide to 5G

2019 saw the launch of the next generation of mobile connectivity from the four main UK networks, EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. Following on from 4G, launched in the UK in 2012, 5G is expected to be much faster and more reliable, with greater capacity bringing more opportunities across multiple Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to Network Mobile

Network Mobile is the term used for mobile airtime billed directly by the three major UK carriers, O2, EE and Vodafone. As opposed to Wholesale mobile, where the reseller owns the end customer relationship, bills them and sets their own margins and propositions, Network Mobile enables the partner to sell Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to SD WAN

Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD WAN) is a relatively new technology in Cloud computing, designed to connect enterprises, giving businesses centralised control over their network. Based on the technology used in Software-Defined Networking (SDN), SD WAN is designed specifically for businesses that are operating over a large geographical area, enabling Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking is a form of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephony that provides a voice connection using data rather than a fixed line. It uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), a signalling protocol which packages voice into data packets, enabling them to be sent via the internet to a SIP Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to Web Security

According to the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), 50% of SMBs are likely to suffer a security breach that could be detrimental to their business. In light of this worrying statistic, organisations should remain vigilant in protecting company data. But where to start? Without an in-house security expert, it can Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to Mobile Device Management

Mobile Device Management (MDM) allows businesses to manage and control mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, used by employees for business. Modern MDM solutions offer businesses a dynamic, flexible and secured approach, all managed from one central location, with zero touch deployment and management across the entire connected business. Read more…

Beginner’s Guide to Email Security

With malware, phishing and ransomware attacks becoming more sophisticated and frequent, businesses must bolster their security against rising threats to protect personal details and their financial integrity. As we know, email is a primary way for hackers to infiltrate your business network and compromise your data so it is vital Read more…