Does parcel tracking give consumers’ peace of mind?

We’re all used to the little hand-held devices that delivery drivers use when they deliver parcels to our doors, but have you ever thought whether parcel tracking actually influences your buying decisions? In today’s vast digital world, we might be forgiven for assuming that all delivery companies use tracking facilities

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How M2M is helping the logistics industry

A lot of people may not realise it, but M2M technology has been used in the logistics industry for some time now. The hand-held devices used by delivery drivers to manage parcels, are actually operated by M2M solutions, connecting their devices with a host of other systems to be able

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Free WiFi on Public Transport – M2M Solutions for Travel

Free WiFi is fast becoming the norm in every aspect of our lives. Whether we go to the shops, visit a restaurant, pop to the gym…free WiFi is everywhere. Except for public transport, however, where the roll-out has been much slower. But things are rapidly changing… Thanks to continuing developments

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It’s time for the taxi industry to ‘go digital’

The use of apps and online booking facilities in the travel sector has become a way of life. Although still loved by many, the use of travel shops has vastly declined in preference of online alternatives. Until now, however, taxi operators have remained traditional with customers calling a cab and

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Why M2M solutions are a ‘must’ for the taxi industry

Contactless payment is now a familiar sight on London’s busy underground network. Helping users to avoid the ticket queues and move around more quickly, this revolutionary solution has changed the transport system for the better. But while contactless payment has made a firm impression on the London underground, the same

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Complete enablement and support package helps mobility solutions provider enter M2M arena

London-based mobility solutions provider, Trinity Maxwell, have successfully entered the M2M market thanks to the expert knowledge and support of Unified Communications specialists’, Zest4. About the partner: Trinity Maxwell are the most service-focused provider of mobility solutions in London.  Trinity Maxwell provide clients a vital competitive edge through the best

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The Future of Connected Vehicles

According to Gartner, Inc, there will be a quarter of a billion connected vehicles on the road by 2020. Powered by M2M technology and maximising the available opportunity of the Internet of Things (IoT), consumers and businesses will be able to benefit from an increasing number of in-vehicle services and

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What does the MiFiD II legislation mean for mobile voice recording?

Since the financial crisis of 2008, the financial services sector has been under increased scrutiny and EU governments have been working hard to find ways to protect the industry from the risk of collapse. The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) is the framework of European Union (EU) legislation which

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Zest4 Expands Channel Sales Team

Wholesale communications provider, Zest4, have once again expanded their Channel Sales Management team with the appointment of Ben Ofosu. Ben joins Zest4 with 7 years’ account management experience in the IT and telecoms industry from previous roles with well-known brands including YES Telecom, Vodafone and Nimans Network Services. As Channel

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Could our homes really be Smart Homes?

With 20 billion devices expected to be connected to the Internet of Things by 2020, our future homes are certain to be tech-heavy. But with so many solutions and services relying on a sound internet connection, is WiFi really a good choice for a Smart Home? Smart Homes are a

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How M2M Solutions are Connecting Construction

Over the years, the internet has become a fundamental part of our daily lives. Like electricity and running water, the internet is one of our essential requirements when moving to a new home. Thinking of moving house and even building new homes, the processes involved in both of these can

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How M2M could improve safety for lone workers

As we’ve mentioned previously, for many workers today, the standard 9 to 5 office hours are essentially a thing of the past. Whether it’s the pressures of hitting deadlines or a desire for an improved work-life balance, many workers are entering and exiting the office at increasingly varied times. But

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