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Latest Post - What’s the difference between FTTC, ADSL AND FTTP?

The two main alternatives to FTTC broadband are ADSL and FTTP. Below, we compare FTTC with both to help you understand the differences and which option might be best for your business. FTTC is a broadband connection called Fibre to the Cabinet and connects homes and businesses to fibre optic broadband via copper cables. Speeds will dependent on distance from the exchange and can be a very cost-effective option for small to medium-sized businesses. What is the difference between FTTC and ADSL? ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line and runs over copper wires over existing telephone lines. It's popular for home broadband as it's relia...
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Why Azure (remote cloud apps) is more secure than Microsoft 365 in the work place
November 4th, 2021
As more companies migrate to cloud based solutions. It's very easy to assume that using Microsoft 365 is the gold standard and the most secure option. That's not necessarily the case, let's explain wi...
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What does the FCA consider to be “effective cyber security practice?”
January 29th, 2021
Whats effective cyber security practice? Risk management You need to know what info you hold and why you ...
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Secure the Home Office
September 25th, 2020
Keep your devices up to date Updating and installing the latest patches remains the most important thing you can do to protect a device, whether it is your organisations or your ow...
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Do you consider backups unnecessary in Office 365?
February 3rd, 2020
Categories: Cloud, Data Backups
Do you consider backups unnecessary in Office 365? The misconception that cloud environments are indestructible and immune to data loss has long been a myth. The resilience of the...
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Database Development
August 26th, 2016
For clients wishing to develop a new database for the business or re-develop an existing one , Knowall IT works with leading database developer Inventica. Inventica are specialists in bespoke Access ...
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How To Fix A Corrupt User Profile In Ahsay
January 28th, 2014
check if the user profile of the affected account (Profile.xml) is corrupted? You can check by opening the Profile.xml file with Internet Explorer, and see if any error is returned. Note: User profil...
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Microsoft Volume Shadow Copies to protect data from deletion
December 17th, 2010
Microsoft Volume Shadow Copies protect against accidential deletion of files Microsoft Shadow Copies is a function on Windows 2003 & 2008 Servers, which gives users quick access to delete...
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Robocopy for data moves and backups
December 16th, 2010
Robocopy example scripts and batch files Using Robocopy for Moving Data and Creating Data Backups. Robocopy stands for Robust Copy and this it what it is. It is very useful in scheduling th...
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