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We’re a trusted partner in Hosted Phone Systems that use cloud technology instead of costly physical hardware. Instead your business phone system is remotely hosted and accessed using the internet, which is generally cheaper.MORE ABOUT THIS SERVICE
We’re all about staying connected and giving you the tools you need to run your business efficiently and effectively. With a host of Wi-Fi and Business Broadband deals at competitively low prices, we’re a one-stop telecoms shop…MORE ABOUT THIS SERVICE
Enjoy Unified Communications and technology that will allow you to travel globally, but without the need to leave your office – wherever that happens to be. Make the most of new business opportunities boasting a professional presence and the very best in cutting-edge technology.MORE ABOUT THIS SERVICE
We’re delighted to be supporting one of our key members of staff as they take on the challenge of cycling 1500 kilometres between now and 28 February 2021.
Cycling Down Dementia is such a worthwhile cause that we’ve agreed to match all donations so we can raise vital funds for dementia research and Alzheimers UK.
Many people think dementia is a normal part of getting old, but it’s not. It’s a brain disease that impacts memory loss, creates confusion and interrupts daily life in a way that impacts everyone around them.
Standard Utilities is a proud sponsor of Visual Artists Ireland and supports visual artists at all stages of their career.
While the Covid curtain is still down, the arts sector remains unstable and in a continued state of crisis.
So what exactly is being done to bolster the arts sector?
BT have announced that their ISDN will eventually be switched off by 2025, starting in 2020! But what does that mean, and is your company ready for the change?
ISDN stands for the Integrated Services Digital Network and comes in two flavours: ISDN2 and ISDN30 which each allow for 2 and 30 channels per line respectively. The switch-off means that business using these services will no longer be able to do so.
As the coronavirus hits fast, it’s time to start making disaster recovery plans and putting firm measures in place that will allow you to function remotely.
It’s more a matter of when, rather than if – and contingency planning isn’t something that can be thrown together at the last minute.
Standard Utilities were delighted to be one of the sponsors of the Institute of Directors Women’s Leadership event on Friday 10th March at the Titanic Belfast. Now in its tenth year, the IoD Women’s Leadership Conference 2017 celebrated ‘The Power of Ten’.