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David Pollock

Chess Makes It Eight Wins In A Row

Chess has recorded another milestone in their 24-year history, picking up two awards at the 2017 ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to work for’ awards.

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Gamma Makes Best Companies to Work for List

Gamma has been recognised in The Sunday Times ‘Best Companies to Work for’ for the 5th consecutive year. Based largely on employee feedback, The Su

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FluidOne

FluidOne Named 17th Best Small Company to Work For

Telecommunications provider FluidOne has finished 17th named in the Sunday Times’ list of the 100 Best Small Companies to Work For. The list measures

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Richard Tang

Zen Staff Sleep Rough For Charity

Staff from Rochdale-based internet service provider, Zen, will brave the potentially icy temperatures of a February night to raise money for homelessn

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Channel Telecom

Channel Telecom Give Top Partners 5-Star Treatment

Last month, Clifford Norton, MD of Channel Telecom and Head of Data services, Stuart Burdett, treated their top partners to a 5-star ski trip in the l

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Coming in from the Cold

Enda Kenneally, VP Sales & Business Development, West Unified Communications Services explains why contact centres need to look again at their outboun

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Epsilon Acquires Metcom

Epsilon has acquired the assets and operations of Metcom Network Services, a provider of connectivity and colocation services across the greater New Y

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Excalibur Supports Younite Foundation

Excalibur Communications has pledged its commitment in time, resources and money in 2017 to the Swindon-based Younite Foundation, which helps disadvan

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Intermedia Confirms Acquisition Is Now Closed

Intermedia has announced today that its previously disclosed acquisition by Chicago-based private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners, together with

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Onecom NI

Onecom Enters Northern Ireland Market

Onecom has entered the Northern Ireland market by opening a new regional office in Belfast. Headquartered near Fareham in Hampshire, Onecom operate

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Calls For More Flexible Working Amid Train Disruptions

As rail and tube strikes have affected thousands of UK commuters during recent months and the nation is set for more walk-outs in 2017, a recent surve

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Europe

Brexit Update

Last June saw the UK public make the momentous decision to leave the EU after what seemed like a never ending campaign between the Bremainers and Brex

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Could Do Better!

At the close of 2016 Industry regulator Ofcom published data on the volume of complaints it received against the major providers of telecoms and pay T

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Teleware Turns 25

Communications technology business TeleWare has begun its celebrations of 25 years in the market place. Established by Geoff Haworth, in its first

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Redwood Supports Annual Pride of Bracknell Forest Award

Bracknell-based communications technology provider the Redwood Technologies Group has renewed its support for the annual Pride of Bracknell Forest Awa

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Zest4 Celebrates 4th Birthday

This month, Unified Communications experts Zest4 are celebrating their 4th birthday! Zest4 was founded in January 2013 by Freddie Fazelynia, along

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Restructure Ahead As Avaya Files For Chapter 11 Protection

Telecoms behemoth Avaya has filed for Chapter 11 Protection today to reduce its debt, but said it will not sell its call center business at this time.

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SSE Makes Triple Hire

SSE Enterprise Telecoms has announced three strategic hires with the appointment of Conrad Mallon as Chief Network Architect, Paul Clark as Director o

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Daisy Rolls Out £3.5m Direct HP Upgrade

An ambitious £3.5m hardware upgrade is being rolled out to business continuity customers of converged IT and communications provider Daisy Group. I

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Innovation Needed To Retain Top Staff

Technology companies should encourage a culture of innovation within their organisation to retain their most skilled staff, says Peter Groucutt, manag

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