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How BT Infinity Improved Performance at Arts Centre

How BT Infinity Improved Performance at Arts Centre

About Chapter Arts Centre Founded in 1971, the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff is now a major centre for contemporary arts in Europe, comprising of a gallery, 2 cinemas, a bar, a café and over 60 performance spaces. Chapter hosts well over 1,000 events a year ranging from theatre and dance to art and animation taking place on the premises. The Business Challenge With a rapidly growing customer base the challenge was to provide an excellent service level so that visitors had more reason to stay, more reasons to return, and ultimately more reasons to spend. The centre employs 150 staff and needs to ensure their employees work as productively as possible and have the necessary infrastructure to cope with the increasing number of customers through the door each week. There is a daily need to sh... »

Next Phase of Superfast Broadband Announced

The Government has announced its ambitions for the UK to have the best broadband network in Europe by 2015. Jeremy Hunt, the Secretary of State for Olympics, Culture, Media and Sport, has started the ball rolling by saying that there should be a ‘digital hub’ in every community in the country as part of the coalition Government’s £830 million strategy. The new plan is a deviation from the previous Government’s ambitions, which were labeled as "pitifully low" by Hunt. The Labour government had promised a minimum of 2Mb broadband to every home by 2012 despite Britain apparently lagging behind a number of European countries. South Korea’s broadband network has been singled-out as a benchmark with the country’s aim to roll out a 1Gbps service by 2012, thatR... »