Technology is continuously advancing, with new developments in digital space all the time. We’re currently living in the period of driverless cars, robots and automated technology.
The Keep it real online campaign is a government initiative that equips parents and caregivers with the tools to educate their children on the importance of staying safe online.
Due to recent events, we have all become pretty good at staying home and with winter now on our doorstep we will only get better at doing so.
Here at Enable we have created the term ‘Fibre Ambassador’ as a way of describing our door to door team who’re primarily responsible for educating customers on fibre broadband, how it works, the benefits and why it really is the best service to be on.
Covid-19 has taught us many things as a nation and quickly pushed many businesses to re-think the way they operate. Whether it be in corporate roles, construction or retail, we’ve all had to adapt and adopt new ways of working throughout the nationwide lockdown.
Alert level 3 has given us the opportunity to make small movements amongst the community, these being the ability to order takeaways from local food joints, some of us returning to work and necessary students returning to school.
Tik Tok is a video-sharing social networking app that is used worldwide to create short dancing, lip syncing and comedy videos.
Graffiti is an issue we tend to run into quite often here at Enable and although it’s not directly fibre broadband related, it does impact our business, property and more importantly our community. Our business is based around community, as we’re Christchurch owned and operated meaning, we really value making a positive impact where we can.
Enable is prepared for the unfolding events of COVID-19 and reassure you that we understand many people in our community depend on a reliable, fast fibre broadband connection to stay connected, keep a business operating or to work from home.
With stricter measures currently in place to stop the spread of COVID-19, it’s realistic to assume that people in our community may be required to work from home. Now is a good time to check your home broadband to see if you’re set up to shift to the ‘home office’ if need-be.