27 February 2020

0

Connecting Your Locations with a Point-to-Point Fiber Network

Fiber Connectivity by Tom Collins

Point-to-point fiber technology provides excellent connectivity to offices that need direct connections between remote servers and local workstations. Signing on for P2P is an especially logical move when you want to connect different buildings in a campus environment, or if you want high availability and a secure connection to a remote site.

As a business telecommunications company in the Washington, DC metro area for over two decades, we understand what business owners need from their internet providers. They need to make sure their employees stay productive with high speeds and maximum uptime. And if there is an issue, they need a provider that will respond and fix the problem quickly.

That's the reason we built Atlantech Online the way we did. We built our network with reliability and redundancy as priorities. And we built our peerless, dedicated, and knowledgeable service department to make sure you get a local human on the phone who really cares about resolving your issues. To learn more about Atlantech, click here.

Read more
20 February 2020

0

Full Backup vs. Incremental Backup vs. Differential Backup: Which Is Best?

Data Center by Tom Collins

An accidental loss of data assets can have a devastating impact on your business. Boston Consulting reports that 93% of companies that lose access to their assets for 10 days or more file for bankruptcy within 12 months. Running proper backups at the right intervals can prevent loss of revenue and customers if you experience a hardware failure, inclement weather conditions, vandalism, or other issues.

However, "running backups" isn't as simple as it was 10 years ago.

Read more
12 February 2020

0

Why SIP? 10 Benefits of SIP Trunking

Business Phone Service by Tom Collins

Voice-over-IP telephones (VoIP) are quickly becoming the most common way for organizations to manage voice communications. Adopting VoIP and SIP trunking allows organizations more options for communications than legacy PRI and Centrex services via major telecommunications providers.

Organizations who are considering ways to save on their phone bill may consider SIP trunking as an option. With a cloud provider for SIP services, the initial investment is minimal. If you’re confused by SIP, it’s purpose, and what it replaces, you are in the right place.

Read more
5 February 2020

0

How Much Does a Phone System Cost for Small Business?

Business Phone Service by Tom Collins

Though email, instant messaging, tweeting and other social media communication have been adopted for business purposes, telephone calling is still among the most significant and personal forms of business communication. Still, despite it's maturing, everyone has experienced the frustration of navigating a phone menu while just wanting to "talk to a real person." Communicating by telephone remains the most personal, and often convenient, way for companies to communicate with their customers leading to the conclusion that investing in voice phone lines isn't optional for modern businesses.

Read more
29 January 2020

0

The Top 6 Benefits of Moving to a VoIP Telephone System

Business Phone Service by Tom Collins

Any business with a concern about efficient and cost effective solutions for telecommunications has likely been informed that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone systems are the best choice in today’s Internet-driven society. As best as anyone can tell at first glance, it seems like VoIP services are answering many, if not all, of the primary communication needs companies require from telephone systems.

Read more
23 January 2020

0

Atlantech Online, Inc. Lights Northridge I & II in Herndon, VA

Fiber Connectivity by Tom Collins
Enables Tenants to Access High-Speed Internet and High Definition Phone Service at a Fraction of the Cost
Read more
15 January 2020

0

How Much Does it Cost to Install Fiber Optic Internet in My Building?

Connectivity to the Internet using fiber-optics has revolutionized the efficiency at which your company can operate.

The legacy copper cabling just doesn't cut it in modern business and slowly, the ILECs are retiring the copper network. With fiber-optic Internet, you have the flexibility to increase to 100 Gb speeds over a more reliable network. This impressive feat has businesses rushing to upgrade, but there's one question everyone has: How much does it cost to install fiber that can be used to get connected to the Internet?

While there are many variables that can affect the cost, with a bit of knowledge, anyone can gain an understanding of the price tag for their own upgrade.

Read more
8 January 2020

0

UCaaS vs. VoIP: What’s the Difference?

Unified Communications by Tom Collins

If you’ve just gotten used to the idea of running your business voice communications over a data (IP) connection, you may have heard that companies are now going for a full, unified suite of cloud communication tools.

If your plain old telephones (PoTs) just aren’t cutting it, your phone company declared bankruptcy, or you’re looking for an upgrade, you’re probably wondering about the difference between VoIP and UCaaS, and how they stack up.

Read more
3 January 2020

0

Atlantech Online, Inc. Lights 1900 N Street in DC Central Business District

Fiber Connectivity by Tom Collins

Enables Tenants to Access High-Speed Internet and High Definition Phone Service at a Fraction of the Cost


Read more
19 December 2019

0

Hyper-V vs. VMware: Which Is Best?

Business Phone Service by Tom Collins

Virtualization remains one of the hottest trends in business IT. Gartner reports that many businesses have over 75% of server workloads virtualized. Whether your organization has already invested heavily in the cloud or is considering a first-time migration, it can be critical to consider the role of a hypervisor in your overall experience.

Read more