Been fighting with 2.4ghz wireless installs for some time now, and as previously mentioned (somewhere in the blogosphere) I have a lot of wireless saturation down here, so after some research and assistance I decided to replace the 2.4ghz kit with shiny new 5ghz units. As with most wireless hardware you can spend £50 or … Read moreSetting up a 5ghz P2P link
Today’s hot topic has been the fact that the Vodafone network for much of the West of the country has been affected by an outage. Early on little was known until a news story broke about their datacenter being the subject of a break-in. And now, at midday there is still nothing much evident on … Read moreVodafone and damage limitation
The company uses a lot of wireless links to support various business functions, we have quite a few tricky to reach buildings on quays and across roads (not to mention on water/in the air, etc!) and the advent of bridgeable wireless solutions there has been an accessible route to enable these remote offices to get … Read moreWireless links
At least I think it is! I have been keeping details of my department spend on a spreadsheet, what else? And until this year I was happy with what I was doing, then the dreaded budget rears its head, so I started to think of ways to refine the process. The document is ordered in … Read moreExcel advanced?
I was asked the other day to check over a quote for an IT service for an associate of the business, something I’m always happy to do if I can be of help, and without going into too much detail what was being offered seemed very reasonable. However something caught my eye, and that was … Read moreWork for a charity? Want some cut-price software?