We're rebranding! Not the whole company, just the small part that does website, branding, and graphic design. Why? Glad you asked. Let me explain. Since the beginning, Impelling has always had three main arms to...
We're pleased to welcome the latest member to the Impelling team - Adam Willford. Adam comes to us recommended by our peers in the industry, and we're delighted to have such a knowledgable and skilled individual working with us to help further improve the IT service we deliver to our customers.
One of the primary schools we provide IT support for wasn't happy with their previous broadband and internet filtering provider. So we listened to their concerns and came up with a system that would work better for them.
A recent study by the Fix Britain’s Internet campaign showed that the Sheffield City Region has one of the slowest average download speeds across the whole of the UK. Our MD, Chris Foulstone, discusses how our sister company, Bliss Internet, is bucking the region’s trend.
The team behind original Yorkshire musical “No Horizon” is making a last ditch plea to back their bid to appear at the largest arts festival in the world. PCA, led by co-producers Max Reid and...
We've given the Bliss website a complete overhaul, offering customers old and new a much better browsing experience.
We're delighted to announce that the IT division of VOOT Telecoms will be joining Impelling as part of a deal that allows us to further expand our offerings and opens up a number of new and exciting doors.
We’ve all been there, sat at a computer or staring at a phone watching a wheel spin around waiting for something to load, a plight all too familiar for the modern day man or woman. For most of us these kind of problems are temporary, but what if this was happening at home on a daily basis and wasn’t a result of low signal or a dodgy webserver, but to do with your geographical location? What if there was no provider who could provide you with a speed above 2mbps? What would you do then? Many would simply give up, others would consider moving, us, we don’t like to do things by half measures, we set up our own Internet Service Provider, and here’s how we did it.