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What Is The PSTN Switchoff, And Why Does It Matter To Businesses?

Telephony in the UK is changing, and businesses need to keep up.


Since the telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell (or Elisha Gray or Antonio Meucci – take your pick) in the 19th century, the technology behind it and the phone network have gone through countless transformations and improvements. Here, in the UK, the phone network has moved from private hands into state ownership, before being privatised again in the 1980s. There have been many advances over the last 140-odd years, but for many decades, the public switched telephone network (PSTN), which accounts for the vast majority of phone lines in Britain, has been based largely on a network of copper wires. That is set to change, however, with a major push towards internet protocol (IP) networks.

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Should 5G Be A Priority For Your Business?

You might want to go faster, but it'll cost you.


It’s been several months since the UK’s fifth-generation mobile network launched, offering speeds well in excess of its predecessor. Most phone manufacturers have released a 5G handset, and all the major mobile networks have started offering access to 5G services. But just because something is available, it doesn’t necessarily mean you should buy it. In fact, there several reasons why you shouldn’t upgrade to a 5G phone – at least not for now.

Before we get into that, what are the big advantages of 5G?

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5G Health Risks: Fact Or Fiction?

Campaigners say new wireless tech causes cancer, but experts disagree.

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Is Someone Spying On Your Mobile Phone Calls?

Almost everything you do on your phone could be accessed by hackers.


When we use our mobile phones, we do so with the expectation of privacy. Whether we’re making a call, sending a text or browsing the web, we assume we have full control over who can see or hear what we’re doing. But the reality is that someone could be listening in and you might never know.

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FaceApp: A Helpful Reminder About Device Management

Russians probably aren't stealing your photos, but that doesn't mean your phone is secure.


Serious questions have been raised this week about how popular mobile application FaceApp handles user data. The panic has died down, but it still provides a good lesson about device management.

With FaceApp, users can take photos of people and quickly perform all kinds of impressive transformations, including aging them, making them look young and changing their gender. If you use Facebook, you’ve probably noticed some of your friends sharing the results.

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