Trouble with Your Wi-Fi?

    • Trouble with Your Wi-Fi?

      • Sam Dack

      Let’s Fix That! A Simple Guide from Your Friendly IT Support Team

      Are you frustrated with your Wi-Fi acting sluggish? We get it – slow internet can be a real headache. But don’t worry, ESP Projects are here to help! As your trusty IT support squad, we’ve seen it all when it comes to Wi-Fi woes, and we’re ready to lend a hand. Here at ESP Projects, we receive calls often about users struggling to work due to slow Wi-Fi speeds; this article will hopefully outline some things that you can check to get your Wi-Fi behaving properly again.

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    • What is an IT Roadmap?

      • Jason Francis

      What is an IT Roadmap?  And why does my business need one?  Well, the simple answer is that it’s a plan.  A plan of how you intend to manage your IT Systems over the coming years.  A plan of how much you intend to spend on IT Systems and security over the coming years.  In ESP’s case, we use a 4-year roadmap that’s reviewed every 6 months.  The roadmap becomes an agreement, between you, the customer, and your IT Provider, as to how the IT Systems are going to develop within your business over the coming 4-year period.  It sets out some standard items, such as contract renewal dates, as well as replacement cycles for equipment such as PCs and Laptops.  It’s essentially a documented plan, based on best-practices for businesses, when it comes to their IT Systems. 

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    • 9 NSA Best Practices for Securing Your Home Network

      • Donna Aplin

      In today’s world, technology is ubiquitous, and connectivity is a must. Securing your home network has become more critical than ever. A secure home network is essential for protecting your personal data from hackers.

      From phishing to smishing (SMS phishing), it’s getting harder to avoid a breach. Individuals often have fewer safeguards in place at home than at work. Yet many are working from home, which puts both personal and company data at risk.

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    • Copper networks switch off in 2025 

      • Jason Francis
      BT Openreach is intending to close off many copper connections by 2025. The idea is to bring consumers and businesses forward, into the SuperFast, UltraFast and HyperFast broadband spaces by forcing them onto Fibre based products.
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