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  • Credits
    sponsored Broadband Fund with Western Isles Enterprise and Comhairle nan Eilean Siar providing the balance of the project funds Butt of Lewis Lighthouse image copyright of James Smith www oiseval

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/credits.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles
    extreme weather conditions have been repaired All service have been restored Contacts Public Sector Please report issues to your respective Helpdesk Hebrides Net Customers Report issues on 0845 8389010 About Us The Connected Communities Network delivers Wholesale connectivity to Communication Providers and Public Sector Organisation across the Western Isles of Scotland Site Search Results Searched 0 documents in total Powered By www webwizguide info Quick Navigation What Is Broadband Beginners

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/search/default.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles
    important to make your voice heard Help us shout together by completing the form below its that simple Name Company Street Town Area Please note this service will only be available is areas covered with the HS postcode If you do not live within the Western Isles please follow this link to register your interest www hie co uk broadband registration Postcode If you are within 10km of any of the following areas please select if more than 1 select nearest Please Select Stornoway Point Ness Barvas Carloway Shawbost North Lochs South Lochs Uig Bernera Back Tolsta Laxdale North Harris Tarbert Leverburgh North Uist Benbecula South Uist Barra Please select type of use interested in Please Select Business Home Organisation Other Email Confirm Email Telephone Message How did you hear about us Fields marked with an are required HIE Pre registration terms and conditions Registering your interest on this Web site will supply both Connected Communities and HIE with information which will help them gauge demand for broadband of both home and business users It does not guarantee that the service will become available nor does it commit you to purchasing the service in the event of your exchange becoming

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/want/register/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles

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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles
    faster from the exchange to you rather than from your premises to the exchange Anti virus software Protection against malicious computer code usually sent via email but sometimes infecting web site downloads PCs are particularly vulnerable and you should have anti virus software installed no matter which way you connect to the internet Bandwidth The capacity of your internet connection to transmit and receive data Bandwidth is usually measured in bits per second Imagine your internet connection is a pipe the bigger the pipe the faster the information will flow Broadband A generic term for high speed digital internet connections Contention Rate This describes the maximum number of users sharing the bandwidth on the connection between your local exchange and the Internet Service Provider A customer with a contention ratio of 20 1 never has to share this bandwidth with more than 19 other users Ethernet Ethernet is the most widely installed local area network LAN technology Most new computers have this capability pre installed or can be upgraded to take advantage of this connection method Firewall Gatekeeper hardware or software that guards against unauthorised access to your computer via the internet by hackers IP address Stands for Internet Protocol address the host computer assigned to you by your Internet Service Provider when you make a connection A static IP address means your ISP permanently assigns your connection to a particular host computer IP addresses are numeric you may have noticed them occasionally in the address bar of your browser For example http 212 58 240 32 is better known as www bbc co uk An internet service called DNS Domain Name System Service translates the request for www bbc co uk into the corresponding IP address Login or logon The method by which you identify yourself to a host

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/broadband/glossary/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles
    now moved into phase two of development This involves construction of a second batch of new infill masts in order to connect the remaining areas of the Outer Hebrides to the wireless broadband network To view a list of these new masts with potential coverage areas please visit www hebrides net infill For further information contact John MacDonald on 01851707324 or john macdonald hient co uk In the meantime if

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/project/time/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles
    connectivity to Communication Providers and Public Sector Organisation across the Western Isles of Scotland THE BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT Since 1994 the Western Isles have been at the forefront of creating and enabling jobs for teleworkers office based workers and indeed any job which can be undertaken over an internet connection From 1995 to 2001 the Western Isles ICT Advisory Service has been funded in two phases through ERDF with additional funding from Western Isles Enterprise and Comhairle nan Eilean Siar Over that time great progress was made in attracting inward investment companies and in the growth of local ICT companies Teleworking also helped create a number of home based work opportunities especially in areas were no options for office based jobs existed In 1999 The ICT Advisory Service won the European Telework Award as one of the top telework enterprises in Europe From Jan 2002 to Dec 2004 the Work Global ICT Business Development Program has continued the development work except for e business which now has a separate development initiative through Highlands Islands Enterprise and locally through Western Isles Enterprise For more information on these development programs see www work global com As the sector has developed lack

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/project/background/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Connected Communities - Broadband in the Western Isles
    Providers and Public Sector Organisation across the Western Isles of Scotland RESEARCH The Use of Computer Networks for Community and Business Development This project is an initiative of Lews Castle College UHI and the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University The study is being funded by the Western Isles Enterprise Company Comhairle nan Eilean Siar The Western Isles Skye and Lochalsh LEADER and the UHI Millennium Institute The project is intended to provide a community perspective on anticipated developments in Information and Communications Technology ICT by combining primary data gathering with local facilitation and training The study will focus on the potential adoption of wireless broadband uses in the Western Isles of Scotland The purpose of this project is to provide a clear understanding of the aspirations and potential demand for broadband connectivity among Western Isles communities and businesses The work will focus on three key communities to provide a baseline analysis and subsequent monitoring of the developing community networks Comparison will also be made with international examples of best practice in community network operations in remote and rural areas particularly in North America and the Nordic countries Using these identified examples of best practice the project team

    Original URL path: http://www.connectedcommunities.co.uk/research/ (2016-02-10)
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