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New government-funded trials of 5G technology could cause a paradigm shift in the way UK businesses operate.
Six million homes and businesses will have access to ultrafast internet speeds in only two years’ time if Ofcom’s latest proposals become a reality.
The UK government’s decision to make access to 10Mbps minimum broadband speeds a legal requirement for everyone by 2020.
Sussex businesses that use wi-fi connections need to act now to guard against a flaw recently uncovered in commonly-used wireless application protocols.
Beware of public wi-fi hotspots where hackers may be waiting to intrude into your world.
A government-backed pilot in West Sussex to test out fibre direct to premises means businesses can seriously consider much faster connection speeds in the future.
Much faster broadband using fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) technology is a real possibility in the near future for many UK businesses.
Faster, minimum broadband speeds are on the cards for rural Sussex businesses when the Digital Economy Bill becomes law.