Patients get video consultations with Vapour's TeleDOC 

A new WebRTC app that enables doctors and medics to conduct click-through video consultations with patients will ease the burden on the health sector and provide a boon to recipients of health care services, claims the application's creator. 

Business Profiles / Interviews

Bound by Mobile Bill Limits 

Union Street's Head of Sales & Marketing Vincent Disneur discusses the implications of new Ofcom regulations designed to protect customers from Bill Shock. 

FCS exposes key issues

Itret Latif, Interim Chief Executive Officer at the Federation of Communication Services (FCS), exposes two key regulatory issues.

Fidelity Energy hits £100m

After hitting the ground running at Comms Vision just three years ago Fidelity Energy has powered past the £100 million Total Contract Value (TCV) milestone.

Legacy to leading edge

Of course the migration from legacy to leading edge in the comms industry poses challenges, but it also creates a range of new opportunities and may be easier achieved than first thought.

Time for a PBXIT plan

VanillaIP's research found that 80 per cent of the market is still serviced by traditional PBXs, so the company has responded with a two pronged action plan.

Cloudcell ramps up 

Winchester-based Cloudcell Technologies has completed the first phase of its fast growth strategy and, says Managing Director Kevin Boyle, there is much more to come.

Daisy and fibre dominate Q3

Philip Carse, Analyst at Megabuyte.com, reports on the trading performance of leading companies in the comms space during the last quarter.

Blog: Recruitment brisk despite Brexit bite

There’s no doubt that Brexit is impacting the UK hiring market as a lack of live candidates lowers competition to just 0.37 applicant per advertised job (Adzuna).

Impact of a no-deal Brexit

Current Brexit news points to the possibility of a no-deal scenario with important implications for the comms sector, according to Dave Millett, Director of telecoms brokerage company Equinox.

Ambition with a twist

Entrepreneurs are so often fuelled by all-consuming gas guzzling ambition, but not Mirus IT Solutions Managing Director Paul Tomlinson who’s driving hard and fast on a mix of aspiration and contentment.

The Tempest perspective 

BT Wholesale Managing Director Alex Tempest brings a fresh perspective to remodelling the division’s future planning and direction.

Health sector opportunities

After so many changes to the health service its reform has almost become a ruling obsession, but one constant remains – the health sector’s reliance on technology innovation and those that provide it.

Oriium set for expansion bid

There is no better illustration of an entrepreneur at work than Oriium’s Managing Director Chris Kiaie who, boosted by significant funding, has entered the next phase of expansion.

One man’s big vision

The One Connectivity project is on track as Managing Director Paul Stevenson continues to release SMEs into the world of enterprise-level business comms.

App unlocks potential

If we value the customer experience it must be wholly streamlined and integrated, says CX champion Steve Tutt, Marketing Director at Kakapo Systems.

Global power on the rise

The back story of £3 billion distribution giant Exertis reveals a highly acquisitive company always heading towards the future requirements of the channel, says Distribution MD Gerry O’Keeffe.

On target for full fibre?

Full fibre coverage across the UK by 2033 will entail years of investment and collaboration if barriers to progress are to be overcome, says  CityFibre’s Director of Strategy Mark Collins.

McTighe’s next steps

Openreach has increased its efforts to drive Britain’s digital revolution with a plan to invest more than ever in its network and work closer with industry bodies and stakeholders, says Chairman Mike McTighe. 

Business Profiles / Interviews

Bound by Mobile Bill Limits 

Union Street's Head of Sales & Marketing Vincent Disneur discusses the implications of new Ofcom regulations designed to protect customers from Bill Shock. 

FCS exposes key issues

Itret Latif, Interim Chief Executive Officer at the Federation of Communication Services (FCS), exposes two key regulatory issues.

Fidelity Energy hits £100m

After hitting the ground running at Comms Vision just three years ago Fidelity Energy has powered past the £100 million Total Contract Value (TCV) milestone.

Legacy to leading edge

Of course the migration from legacy to leading edge in the comms industry poses challenges, but it also creates a range of new opportunities and may be easier achieved than first thought.

Time for a PBXIT plan

VanillaIP's research found that 80 per cent of the market is still serviced by traditional PBXs, so the company has responded with a two pronged action plan.

Cloudcell ramps up 

Winchester-based Cloudcell Technologies has completed the first phase of its fast growth strategy and, says Managing Director Kevin Boyle, there is much more to come.

Daisy and fibre dominate Q3

Philip Carse, Analyst at Megabuyte.com, reports on the trading performance of leading companies in the comms space during the last quarter.

Blog: Recruitment brisk despite Brexit bite

There’s no doubt that Brexit is impacting the UK hiring market as a lack of live candidates lowers competition to just 0.37 applicant per advertised job (Adzuna).

Impact of a no-deal Brexit

Current Brexit news points to the possibility of a no-deal scenario with important implications for the comms sector, according to Dave Millett, Director of telecoms brokerage company Equinox.

Ambition with a twist

Entrepreneurs are so often fuelled by all-consuming gas guzzling ambition, but not Mirus IT Solutions Managing Director Paul Tomlinson who’s driving hard and fast on a mix of aspiration and contentment.

The Tempest perspective 

BT Wholesale Managing Director Alex Tempest brings a fresh perspective to remodelling the division’s future planning and direction.

Health sector opportunities

After so many changes to the health service its reform has almost become a ruling obsession, but one constant remains – the health sector’s reliance on technology innovation and those that provide it.

Oriium set for expansion bid

There is no better illustration of an entrepreneur at work than Oriium’s Managing Director Chris Kiaie who, boosted by significant funding, has entered the next phase of expansion.

One man’s big vision

The One Connectivity project is on track as Managing Director Paul Stevenson continues to release SMEs into the world of enterprise-level business comms.

App unlocks potential

If we value the customer experience it must be wholly streamlined and integrated, says CX champion Steve Tutt, Marketing Director at Kakapo Systems.

Global power on the rise

The back story of £3 billion distribution giant Exertis reveals a highly acquisitive company always heading towards the future requirements of the channel, says Distribution MD Gerry O’Keeffe.

On target for full fibre?

Full fibre coverage across the UK by 2033 will entail years of investment and collaboration if barriers to progress are to be overcome, says  CityFibre’s Director of Strategy Mark Collins.

McTighe’s next steps

Openreach has increased its efforts to drive Britain’s digital revolution with a plan to invest more than ever in its network and work closer with industry bodies and stakeholders, says Chairman Mike McTighe. 

Unify centres on channel

According to Unify’s VP for Global Marketing Michelle Jones the ultimate test of any marketing strategy is whether it gives partners a target to aim at and an opportunity to win.

If only UC could flourish 

Many sales experts have become centres of entrenchment with no capacity to truly sell the dream UC solutions in their hands, argues Sales Director Iain Sinnott. 

Customer protection is key

Staggering under the potential threat of security crises and compliance failures, SMEs are turning to their tech providers who they hold accountable for protection. 

A Daly digest in comms

Dalycom is a bastion of customer service – to be anything else is folly, according to MD Amanda Daly who also ensures the firm is an authoritative voice of the industry. 

KCOM’s era of rejuvenation

Following strategic investment in a refreshed channel proposition resurgent KCOM is giving partners the flexibility and agility they need to underpin and support their value added services.

Comms Vision 2018: Forging a path to Digital Britain