Google Fiber’s arrival in markets represented a destabilizing agent that had likely been steady for years, if not decades, beforehand. Suddenly a competitor offered a communications package that was potentially 10 times faster than the best a cable provider could offer, and for less cost. Worse, some packages were outright free, and not that much… Read More
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) and software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) present important advances in technology. UCaaS offers a seamless communications experience, cost savings, and the ability to drive revenue with collaborative tools, while SD-WAN allows enterprises to prioritize internet traffic and control network traffic at branch locations from a centralized hub. When these… Read More
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a growing category of technology that will soon include a variety of items that previously contained no digital elements at all. The rapidly growing market is creating better ways to manage both home and workplace tasks, but it comes with a bigger demand on broadband. The Internet of Things: The… Read More
The right internet service provider (ISP) for your business can be hard to come by. Paying attention to these six “S” words and how they relate to your organization will get you on the right path to selecting an ISP that’s ideally suited to your needs.
The proper internet connection can open up new opportunities, new means to connect to customers, and even some new risks. With so much going on, businesses may wonder if they have the “right” internet connection — a question with few truly right answers. Just What Is the “Right” Connection, Anyway? Thanks to the sheer array… Read More
Fiber internet access is known for its high speeds, minimal latency, and excellent bandwidth. Using fiber connectivity has big benefits for businesses — including the SMB.
The answer might seem obvious, but it is not as clear-cut as one might think. Fiber access can deliver some valuable benefits for a business, but just how many (and what kind) will depend on how much Internet a business is already using. Those who aren’t using a lot of bandwidth won’t get very far… Read More