Technology in Retail: A Digital Odyssey

A free guide discussing how UK retailers of any size can thrive in a new landscape.

Few business sectors have experienced such rapid, large-scale disruption as retail.

In less than a decade, digital technology has fundamentally changed the way we shop. There’s been a proliferation in the way we browse, select, buy, provide feedback and – on occasion – complain. 
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Ransomware: A 5-Step Plan to Protecting Your Business

Download a free whitepaper discussing how to protect your business from cyberattacks.

Hundreds of organisations across more than 100 countries have recently suffered as part of a ransomware epidemic that has spread across their infrastructures like wildfire. On the back of the leaked NSA Eternal Blue worm, WannaCryp0r “WannaCry” ransomware claimed more than 200,000 endpoint scalps and was only shut down through the inadvertent actions of a security researcher.
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Further and higher education solutions for a connected campus

A free guide to enhance your connectivity on campus.

In order to differentiate your college or university in an increasingly competitive market, you must treat your technology and communications as integral elements of your institution, helping to reshape and re-imagine everything you do.

While digital technologies offer huge opportunities to innovate and grow, many education institutions lack the resources, time, technology or know-how to grasp them.

At Daisy we remove the complexity and, with our end-to-end capabilities, give you the technological foundations on which to build your connected campus.

Click here to download your copy of the brochure: Further & Higher Education Solutions for a Connected Campus >>

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Guide to Broadband Speed

What do broadband speeds actually mean?

Download speed – this is the rate that information is received over your broadband line. For example, the time it takes to download software from the internet onto your computer is determined by the download speed available.

Upload speed – this is the rate that information is sent over your broadband line. For example, the time it takes to send high-resolution images from your computer to another is determined by the upload speed available.

Broadband speed is measured in Mbps – Megabits per Second. These speeds can be determined by a number of factors. Daisy always aim to get you the best broadband speeds possible.

Use our broadband speed checker to find out what speeds are available in your area click HERE

What factors can affect broadband speeds?

From time to time you may experience slow broadband speeds. This can be caused by a number of internal and external factors.

  • The length of the line from the exchange or from the PCP (green cabinets) can cause some speeds to be slower than others
  • Not being connected directed to the master socket in the premises
  • Correct filters needing to be used on all sockets relating to the broadband line
  • A fault on the broadband line
  • A faulty router is being used
  • Connecting via wifi rather than Ethernet
  • Number of people connecting internally, sharing the bandwidth
  • One-off, high usage events – Microsoft/Apple updates – a large number of people connecting at one time.
  • Electrical interference from other devices in proximity to the connection
  • Peak time congestion – may experience slower speeds during the evening when more people are connecting
  • The processing speed of your device, router or modem
  • The quality of the wiring inside your premises
  • Weather conditions
  • 5 ways to improve business agility

    Download our guide and you can discover the top five ways to improve business agility with mobility solutions.

    At Daisy, we understand that the extent and rate of change that your organisation experiences can be influenced by many factors. The state of the economy, company growth, changes in technology and the dynamics of a particular market or geographical location all contribute to what can often be turbulent times.

    That is why Daisy’s unified communications and mobility solutions, based on robust Mitel technology, are developed with your specific business objectives in mind – giving you the ability to anticipate change and adapt quickly, thereby enabling you to remain competitive and take advantage of new opportunities.

    5 ways to attract and retain the best people

    Download our guide and you can discover the top five ways to attract and retain the best people with mobility solutions.

    The traditional workplace with its structure, private offices and fixed location was once used as a tool to attract and retain the best people. But today’s generation of workers has a very different viewpoint, and the concept of the workplace being a fixed office, where we go every day is no longer recognised, demanded, accepted or seen as attractive to existing and new employees.

    That is why Daisy’s unified communications and mobility solutions, based on robust Mitel technology, are developed to enable your employees to work and collaborate from any location at any time.