Poll: Resellers – are you interested in moving your LLU broadband connections to Entanet for FREE with cashback?

Posted on Jul 26 2012 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | Comments Off on Poll: Resellers – are you interested in moving your LLU broadband connections to Entanet for FREE with cashback?
Categories : LLU, Polls

Do you have TalkTalk, C&W, Virgin, O2 (BE) or Sky LLU broadband connections with another supplier, or customers who want to move to an LLU broadband service? If you do, we have a limited time offer to move your LLU broadband to us. We’ll give you a handsome cashback reward for every migration and new connection you bring to Entanet (Ts&Cs apply); we won’t charge a penny for migrating your existing connections to us and we won’t expect you to have a minimum quantity to qualify – we’ll pay you cashback on every connection.

To discover if this offer is of interest to you we have added a new poll, please let us know your thoughts. If you are interested in switching your LLU connections to Entanet and would like to find out more simply call us on 0333 101 9120 or use the contact form below.

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The consumerisation of IT

Posted on Jun 19 2012 by Guest | Comments Off on The consumerisation of IT
Categories : Cloud Computing, Featured, LLU

By now you’re probably aware of terms like ‘cloud computing’ and ‘BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)’. In our guest article from O2 Wholesale, Head of Partners and Strategy Dan Cunliffe looks at another – the ‘consumerisation of IT’. What challenges does this pose for the channel?

Dan Cunliffe, Head of Partners & Strategy, O2 Wholesale

Dan Cunliffe, Head of Partners & Strategy, O2 Wholesale

In just a few short years, consumers, not corporates, have found themselves in the driving seat of IT in the workplace and they’re breaking a new balance of power. In most instances, technology innovation is driven by the demands of the corporate and industrial world, with consumers benefitting further down the line. With the ‘consumerisation of IT’, this status quo has been turned on its head, causing pain for those responsible for managing corporate IT as they look to deliver what their users want without losing control altogether.

According to Michael Fauscette of IDC, the consumerisation of IT has been driven by two shifts – innovation in the technology and the expectations of employees. As technology becomes more accessible to people for their own use, their expectations are that what they use at work should be the same or as good as what they use at home.

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