Newsletter   
January 2012
Welcome to the first issue of the Boston Networks newsletter, dedicated to delivering relevant technological and networking innovations straight to your inbox.
 
Over the past few months we have been busy working on the first phase on the Southern General Hospital project, started a large blown fibre install for DSM Nutritional Products (UK) and completed an exciting RFID project for FMC Technologies. We even had time to launch our new corporate identity - we hope you like it!
Featured Case Study
Increased Productivity at HarperCollins

 

HarperCollins was looking to install a Wireless LAN network to gain complete coverage throughout its warehouse.

Installing over 50 wireless access points Boston Networks designed a bespoke Wireless LAN solution.

 

Offering a low total cost of ownership (TCO) whilst providing enhanced capabilities, the wireless network is a high-performing and reliable platform and has enabled HarperCollins to increase productivity and streamline business processes. Read more 

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Interested in learning the latest innovations in Network Video Surveillance?  Register for our free seminar 
 
Boston Networks commission cabling infrastructure and IP CCTV for the University of Aberdeen's 57m library building. Read more

Nice whitepaper from @AxisIPVideo on how to upgrade analogue surveillance systems for number plate recognition etc. Read more

Boston Networks is Public Contracts Scotland 'featured supplier' for January. Read more


Did you know?

2012 will generate a continued demand for the design and deployment of IP Network Video Surveillance solutions.  

We are running a dedicated Network Video Surveillance seminar in Edinburgh in March. Find out more and register here.  
Is your Network ready for BYOD?
 
The demand for your network to manage, allow and facilitate BYOD is rapidly increasing.

A global study of 700 CIOs, commissioned by Citrix, has revealed that 94% of organisations are planning to allow staff to bring their own devices to work by 2013.   

Find out more
 
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