It’s long been said that everyone needs a little downtime — including those working in small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Even our servers and computer systems need downtime, for repairs and the like. Unexpected downtime, however, can be a real problem, but there are some fairly simple ways to prevent it. The Risks of Downtime… Read More
On the surface, it may sound like an argument too ludicrous to be sustained for long. Of course fiber connectivity is better than coaxial cable (coax); fiber’s newer! A closer look at the two connectivity measures, however, shows a clearer picture, and one in which some use cases call for coax above all. Getting Your… Read More
There’s much reason to take notice of software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN), especially for companies that are geographically dispersed. For companies that are already using WAN systems in everyday operations, SD-WAN may be a particularly worthwhile concept to consider. A Brief History of SD-WAN For those not already familiar, an SD-WAN is essentially a WAN… Read More
Coaxial cable (coax) is no longer just a way to watch cable TV. Designed to protect and carry high-frequency signals, coax provides businesses with reliable, high-speed networking. SMBs in particular can reap numerous benefits from the technology.