Archive for 2012:

Looking back over 2012

Posted on Dec 13 2012 by Elsa Chen | No Comments
Well 2012 was certainly a great year for the Brits. The eyes of the world were watching as we celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and played host to a magnificent celebration of sporting talent with the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic ...Read More »

An intrusion too far – the Communications Bill hits the buffers

Posted on Dec 11 2012 by Paul.Heritage-Redpath | No Comments
Categories : Government, Privacy, Regulation
[caption id="attachment_135" align="alignleft" width="75" caption="Paul Heritage-Redpath, Product Manager"][/caption] Entanet has criticised the draft Communications Bill in this blog and even argued against it to the Joint Committee in the interests of preserving the privacy of our partners’ customers. When the Home ...Read More »

Poll: What was your biggest challenge in 2012?

Posted on Dec 05 2012 by Gemma Dickinson | No Comments
Categories : Polls, Reselling
As we approach the end of 2012 we would like to know what our reseller partners thought were their biggest challenges during the year. Was it the tough economic climate or diversifying into new markets such as cloud? Or did ...Read More »

The Year of the regulatory Omnishambles? – An ISPA Annual Conference Summary

Posted on Nov 29 2012 by Paul.Heritage-Redpath | No Comments
Categories : Government, Regulation
Omnishambles - It's officially the word of the year, and surveying the legal and regulatory landscape at the Internet Services Providers' Association (ISPA) annual conference in November, we can see why. BBC:Omnishambles named word of the year by Oxford English Dictionary [caption ...Read More »

Poll: Will Scottish independence result in more expensive broadband for Scottish residents?

Posted on Nov 20 2012 by Gemma Dickinson | No Comments
As per our recent article 'Costlier broadband – the price to pay for Scottish independence?' we would like to know how you think the potential independence of Scotland could affect broadband services in Scotland and Northern Ireland. You can let ...Read More »