Lincolnshire's observations on the recent announcement of additional funding and Universal Service Obligation for 2020
A new mobile app is being launched to promote businesses and events across the towns of South Holland.
A Lincolnshire based family run business has received a major boost in customer numbers, due to a new superfast wireless broadband connection from Quickline Communications.
More than 90 per cent of homes and businesses in Lincolnshire now have access to superfast broadband – with thousands more set to benefit from further improvements.
Information about the Phase 2 delay
Homes and businesses in Lincolnshire with the slowest connection speeds to benefit
Quickline Communications has expanded its broadband coverage in West Lindsey to provide both residents and businesses with internet connection speeds of up to 50Mbps, even in remote rural areas.
If your New Year’s resolution is to promote your business better online, then a free session at Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln could be the ideal opportunity.
Find cloud technology confusing? Want to know how it could help your business to grow? Then head to the Fairfield Enterprise Centre in Louth to find out more!
Broadband speeds in Nocton will soon be soaring as Onlincolnshire promises further improvements in the village.
Businesses in Lincolnshire are being urged to do more to protect themselves from the growing threat of cyber crime following the recent attack on TalkTalk.
Now that thousands of properties in Lincolnshire have access to superfast broadband, what’s the best way of getting your business online and working to its full potential? A free workshop from onlincolnshire in Skegness could have the answer.
Do you want to get ahead in online marketing? Then a free session at Mercury House, Gainsborough could be up your street!
Find cloud technology confusing? Want to know how it could help your business to grow? Then head to the New Life Conference Centre in Sleaford to find out more!
BT will “never say no” to providing faster broadband
for rural communities
Technology is evolving at such a rate that many businesses are finding it hard to keep up. That’s according to the University of Lincoln which is keen to help firms take advantage of digital technology and the opportunities it provides.
After five years, a community-led project to bring superfast broadband to the Lincolnshire village of East Stockwith and surrounding area has been successful. The first connections went live in June, providing internet speeds of up to 30Mbs.
The Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub and the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce are inviting local firms to find out more about cloud computing and how it could benefit their business at an event on Tuesday 14th July.
Broadband speeds across Lincolnshire are soaring thanks to the county council’s broadband partnership with BT.
Lincolnshire County Council update on Broadband Programme (Phase 2)
Sport and technology have come together to benefit a local teenager thanks to Lincolnshire County Council’s onlincolnshire project.
A series of masterclasses from Digital Rutland will help local businesses make the most of the internet and opportunities it offers for growth.
Lincolnshire County Council’s onlincolnshire project is inviting people to show their support for the Lincolnshire Technology Hubs by voting for them to win a prestigious national award.
Masterclasses being held next month will help businesses in East Lindsey make the most of the internet.
Businesses in Greater Lincolnshire still have time to improve their online skills and enter a competition to win one of three iPad Air 2s!
Horncastle’s Lincolnshire Technology Hub has a new face to welcome local businesses. Nathaniel Moody, who runs a local computer services business, will be running the hub at Mortons Media Group on Morton Way.
A series of masterclasses from onlincolnshire will help Sleaford businesses make the most of the internet.
TV presenter and gadget guru Jason Bradbury entertained guests at the Lincolnshire Digital Conference with tales of his childhood in Woodhall Spa and death-defying World record attempts.
As the Lincolnshire Broadband Programme approaches a significant milestone where we have successfully enabled 50% of the target figure, it is worth reflecting on the considerable activity within the broadband market.
A series of free digital skills workshops organised by onlincolnshire have been such a hit with Lincolnshire businesses that they’ve added an extra date to satisfy demand.
Keeping up to date with the latest computer software or advances in social media can be a daunting prospect for many businesses. Thanks to the launch of a new e-learning portal, however, SMEs in Greater Lincolnshire can access free courses, videos and factsheets to help them get up to speed.
The UK’s best-known gadget guru and television presenter Jason Bradbury has been announced as the keynote speaker at a one-day conference in Lincoln on 10th March.
The company behind the world’s first hands free robotic exoskeleton (REX) will be among the guest speakers at a technology and sports symposium in Louth on 24th February.
If your New Year’s business resolution is to improve your digital know how, onlincolnshire has launched a new series of free masterclasses and workshops for 2015 designed to do just that.
Digital technology and the benefits of superfast broadband will be discussed at a conference on 10th March organised by Lincolnshire County Council’s onlincolnshire project.
Find out how superfast broadband and cutting-edge digital technology could benefit your business
Are we advancing too much in relation to online commerce? Cllr Richard Davies considers the main factors in this interesting and enlightening article
The Lincolnshire Technology Hubs, set up as part of the county council’s Onlincolnshire project, have won another national accolade.
A Lincolnshire inventor has teamed up with Onlincolnshire’s Horncastle Technology Hub to create a new piece of technology that is helping the next generation of computer scientists create programmes while still at primary school.
EE announced plans to connect more than 1,500 rural communities within three years by investing in a unique micro network technology that provides coverage to remote areas with no need for broadband or cables.
Innovative pupils from Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College battled it out in a Dragons’ Den-style competition at the Mablethorpe Technology Hub.
The dangers of online attacks, which could cost small business owners up to £115K, are being highlighted during a two-week awareness campaign organised by Onlincolnshire.
Onlincolnshire and the University of Lincoln are inviting businesses to get up to speed with the fast-paced world of digital technology.
The Lincolnshire Technology Hubs in Mablethorpe, Horncastle, Boston, Louth and Lincoln are running a series of events offering school children and businesses the chance to find out more about digital technology.
Journeys to and from London on East Midlands Trains will benefit from an upgraded broadband service which aims to reduce the number of “black spots” on route.
Businesses across Lincoln who want to make better use of the internet are being invited to four free workshops to help get them up to speed with social media.
Businesses in West Lindsey are being invited to a series of free internet workshops and masterclasses to help them keep up to speed with the rest of the UK
Nearly half of small businesses in the UK (45%) have suffered from infections from viruses or malicious software in the last year alone.
According to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, while the number of security breaches has decreased from last year, the scale and cost has nearly doubled.
England cricket hero Matthew Hoggard paid a visit to Mortons Media Group today (7th October) to try out some of the cutting edge equipment at the Horncastle Technology Hub.
More than 50,000 homes and businesses can now enjoy better broadband, thanks to the Onlincolnshire project.
The Rural Payments Agency has announced a package of measures to help farmers get online for the new Basic Payment Scheme (BPS).
Onlincolnshire is inviting business owners in Lincoln and Horncastle to free masterclasses to help them understand how to protect their IT systems from harmful cyber and internet security threats.
This week, bargains store offers bargain broadband prices, Channel 4 is revamping its on-demand offering, and 4G could disrupt TV viewing.
The Mablethorpe Technology Hub is expanding into new premises due to its popularity with the local community.
Businesses from across Lincolnshire are invited to attend a networking event and see some of Horncastle Technology Hub's latest equipment in action.
An event is being being run at the Lincolnshire Technology Hubs in Boston, Horncastle, Louth, Mablethorpe and Lincoln to help organisations improve their understanding of the security threats they face so they can do more to protect themselves.
The digital age is well and truly here, and it has never been more important for businesses to be online.
Businesses in Market Deeping are being invited to a series of free workshops and masterclasses to help them get up to speed with their competitors in the rest of the UK.
Onlincolnshire and the University of Lincoln are on the lookout for small and medium-sized businesses which have potential for growth to sign up to a new business support project.
The Lincolnshire Technology Hubs in Louth, Mablethorpe, Boston, Horncastle and Lincoln, have been shortlisted as finalists in this year's prestigious Next Generation Digital Challenge Awards.
The government’s rollout of superfast broadband has now reached more than 1 million homes and businesses across the UK.
Updates and insights of the inner workings of the OnLincolnshire Project.
Vodafone is giving 100 rural communities across the UK the opportunity to have mobile access using its Sure Signal technology.
West Lindsey District Council has teamed up with Quickline Communications to provide 100% coverage of super-fast internet access across the entire district.
Lincolnshire projects and businesses will receive a slice of the £10 million broadband innovation fund from the government.
BT is creating up to 50 new engineering jobs in our region as part of a major recruitment drive across the UK.
LCC have engaged in an Open Market Review to define the intervention area for phase 2 funding.
Investments of up to £25,000 are available for Lincolnshire firms looking to develop solutions for local businesses that incorporate the advantages offered by the superfast broadband infrastructure.
Wireless internet service provider AB Internet is expanding its superfast broadband network across Lincolnshire, with more residents and businesses benefitting from better connections.
If your business is in Lincoln or North Hykeham, you need to join this free Onlincolnshire event to help you make the most of the online revolution.
Superfast wireless broadband has been set up to boost businesses in the uphill area of Gainsborough.
The fixed wireless broadband project covering parts of Lincolnshire's East coast is now complete.
Businesses across Lincoln and North Kesteven can make sure they are prepared to take advantage of superfast broadband thanks to a free to attend Onlincolnshire event.
Onlincolnshire and AB Internet have joined forces to bring superfast broadband to Skegness Pier.
Streets in Lincoln and Boston have among the fastest and slowest broadband speeds in the UK, a new survey has revealed.
Spaces are now available for a series of masterclasses across Lincolnshire, helping businesses learn the secrets of e-commerce, internet marketing and social media.
Onlincolnshire will offer another free online business support event in South Kesteven to meet demand in the area.
Businesses will be able to learn the secrets of e-commerce, internet marketing and social media at a series of free events offered by Onlincolnshire.
Businesses can benefit from free workshops and support from this month after Onlincolnshire secured almost half a million pound of funding from the EU.
New statistics show a dramatic acceleration in the government’s nation-wide rollout of superfast broadband.
Businesses in Lincolnshire and Rutland have been finding out how superfast fibre broadband will radically improve the way that they do business online.
Superfast broadband is now delivered in a variety of ways to UK homes and across Lincolnshire. This is an overview of the types of lines used to connect our homes to the rest of the world, along with the kind of speeds you can expect from each technology.
Businesses in Lincoln, Boston and East Lindsey can access free workshops on cutting-edge technology as well as masterclasses on using online services like social media and websites thanks to Onlincolnshire’s technology hubs across the county.
Almost £9 million have been allocated to the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD), a part of which will be used to fund small-scale renewable and broadband infrastructure improvements in rural areas.
This year has been a very busy one for the Onlincolnshire team, who has been working hard to demonstrate the benefits of superfast broadband for residents and businesses across the county.
Most faulty broadband or telephone lines must be fixed within two days, under new rules proposed by Ofcom.
BT announced the launch of BT Parental Controls, a network-based filter to help protect children online, covering all internet connected devices in the home.
Network operator EE announced it will launch its 4G mobile broadband network in Lincolnshire in time for Christmas.
Businesses and sports clubs have been able to see how 3D technology could transform the way they work and train at the launch of the latest Onlincolnshire Technology Hub.
Sports clubs and coaches in Louth will get access to cutting-edge technology to analyse and improve their game with 3D video as Onlincolnshire is set to open its technology hub in the town.
More than 1,400 homes and businesses in Spalding can now sign up for high-speed, fibre broadband two months early thanks to the Onlincolnshire project.
A study commissioned by the government found that every £1 of public investment in broadband infrastructure is projected to return £20 to the economy.
Businesses and students in Boston can come to the town’s technology hub to learn more about the high-end equipment they can use or borrow for free.
Businesses and students in Boston can now use cutting-edge digital equipment free of charge at the town’s own technology hub opened by Onlincolnshire.
A technology and innovation conference hosted in Lincoln this week managed to become the top trending topic in the UK on Twitter, with the help of Onlincolnshire.
Boston will be getting its own technology hub with state-of-the-art digital equipment at the end of the month.
Onlincolnshire helped budding chefs at Boston College to have their first taste of the world of professional cooking with a Gordon Ramsay-style cook-along using video conferencing.
A new study has linked faster broadband speeds to increased households earnings.
Lincolnshire businesses will be able to get an inside look into the world of cloud computing thanks to a visit to a leading supplier organised by Onlincolnshire.
Local businesses and organisations had a chance to try out first-hand the kind of cutting-edge technology that would be available in the upcoming Onlincolnshire Technology Hub in Horncastle.
Onlincolnshire went behind-the-scenes into the world of superbike racing at Cadwell Park near Louth over the Bank Holiday weekend, interviewing top riders, live blogging and tweeting, and taking photographs from around the venue.
Businesses in Horncastle could soon be using cutting-edge digital equipment for free as Onlincolnshire launches plans for a new Technology Hub in the town.
Even though 4G coverage will be at best patchy in some areas of Lincolnshire, if you want to take advantage of higher speeds outside the county, you’ll have pick the best deal for your contract.
Onlincolnshire will offer a behind-the-scenes look into the world of superbike racing at Cadwell Park in Louth.
The Ingoldmells Fantasy Island attraction is the first in the Onlincolnshire project to enjoy new superfast broadband - and local residents can benefit too.
All council libraries in North Lincolnshire now offer free WiFi for residents.
Prices for broadband and landline calls could fall after regulator Ofcom proposed BT to cut the wholesale prices charged to other providers.
The recently published National Audit Office Report headed 'The Rural Broadband Programme' has mentioned that the UK-wide programme is forecast to be delivered 22 months later than initially planned. But Lincolnshire Plan still on track.
Businesses in the Boston area can get free advice on how to get ahead with the help of cloud computing at a free event this month.
A new report has ranked UK broadband among the top 10 networks in the world, mainly thanks to widespread access and a fast-growing market.
The Onlincolnshire team is getting ready for the Lincolnshire Show on June 19 and 20, where you’ll be able to find out about the latest broadband developments in your area.
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