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PSBA NEWS (Issue 43 – March 2022) / NEWYDDION PSBA (Rhif 43 – Mawrth 2022) View this email in your browser English | Welsh Welcome to Issue 43 of PSBA news This news round-up aims to keep you in the loop with what’s happening on the PSBA programme over the coming months and to share with
The Coronavirus pandemic has not stopped major progress being made on the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and North Wales Economic Ambition Board £8m roll-out of the highest quality gigabit capable broadband to 350 sites across Denbighshire, Anglesey, Conwy, Gwynedd, Flintshire and Wrexham.
For many, public Wi-Fi is a form of convenience that is often taken for granted. Most people expect to have access to free Wi-Fi services in a variety of settings. For businesses, guest Wi-Fi is a great way to enhance service for customers whilst providing additional marketing opportunities to engage with them. Public Sector Broadband
Since March 2020, organisations have faced an unprecedented shift towards mass homeworking as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever, public sector organisations in Wales need to support their employees with reliable business-grade connectivity to facilitate homeworking. PSBA is here to support your organisation with PSBA HomeWorker, which will allow you to adapt
Dyfed-Powys Police (DPP) is the territorial police force responsible for Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys. They cover the largest police area in England and Wales, and are the third largest in the UK. DPP has used PSBA’s network services for a decade. It enables them to forge cost-effective links with communities and localities that other
The County Council of the City and County of Cardiff has been the governing body for Wales’ capital since 1996, with a network across 350 sites and a workforce in excess of 13,500. As well as providing services for its array of offices, PSBA’s network solutions are also used by 51,000 pupils, across 127 schools
Gwynedd Council’s network extends to 229 sites throughout Wales, and employs around 6500 staff
PSBA’s service offerings are continually evolving. A peering capability is a recent addition. Peering is a process by which two internet networks connect and exchange traffic. It allows them to directly hand off traffic. Peering is distinct from transit, the more usual way of connecting to the internet.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is the largest health organisation in Wales. With approximately 16,500 members of staff, BCUHB provides primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services for 678,000 people living in Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, and Wrexham. BCUHB had already looked to drive efficiency and reduce costs by moving as many of
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