Healthcare sector procurement is progressively changing and N3 is “end of life”. This is actively being replaced by The Health and Social Care Network (HSCN). This is a very exciting development for the health and social care sectors – it should really allow connected organisations to transform the way they communicate and collaborate with each other and fits with the vision promoted in NHS England’s Five Year Forward View.
A real focus on cloud and next-generation
ISDN, VoIP, PBX… In the world of communications, there’s more than a few acronyms knocking about, and SIP trunking is another one to add to the list. But since there’s no escaping how important these terms are, we’ve put together a beginner’s guide to SIP to steer you through.
What is SIP trunking?
Let’s get the major acronyms out the way first. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an application layer protocol used to establish and terminate data
Following major changes to A-level exams in 2018, the number of students ‘who secured pass grades at A-level dropped to its lowest point in eight years’. As a result, many were forced to head through the clearing process. But scary as this might sound, tens of thousands of places were actually still available, including spots at 18 leading UK Russell Group universities.
By the end of the period, 60,100 students gained places through clearing – setting
Business communications are vital to the success of every organisation, but scoping out a digital business plan to support this is no mean feat. Especially considering the ever-higher rate of digital change. With such a range of devices, software and communications platforms on offer, it’s all too easy to get bogged down in considering individual products. But taking this approach can mean you end up investing in products that don’t necessarily support the wider picture,
Periods of growth are exciting for all businesses, but they can also create a host of challenges. Often, SMEs struggle with funding – one recent study found that one in three small businesses want to grow their operations, but don’t know how to finance this expansion. The added administrative burden of taking on additional staff or opening new offices can also be a deterrent.
Frequently, growth also demands investment in new technology. SMEs can face serious
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