The need for speed is greater than ever before. Businesses are making rapid-fire shifts to keep up as their customers, employees, and business processes are strained in new ways:
The cloud is taking over, and more and more bandwidth is needed. The need is going to continue to increase as more business functions move to the cloud.
If your business relies on connectivity to conduct business (isn't that almost every business nowadays?!?!), you can’t afford slow service. Let's talk about what good business internet speeds should look like moving forward.
Business fiber optic internet is not a simple buy anymore.
In the old days, you only had the choice of one or two providers. Today, there's a lot more competition in most cities.
This is both good and bad news.
On one front, with so many choices available, it’s all too easy to end up choosing a provider who isn’t a good fit for your unique business’s needs.
Alternatively, though, you may find a company so well-versed in the newest technology and trends that they blow your expectations out of the water.
In this article, we'll explain your options when it comes to choosing a provider, as well as what you need to know to make the best possible choice for your company.
When looking into installing fiber optic internet in your building, there are many factors to consider and nearly all of them impact your timeline.
It could be the size of the project that takes time, or the difficulty of access. It could be the distance to the nearest fiber ring, or a dozen other things.
We've captured six of the variables that can impact your fiber optic installation the most, so you can get a better idea of your timeline before kicking off the project.
In 2019, high-speed, reliable Internet connectivity is a must for your business or any government agency.
Every department of your business, from sales to marketing to operations relies on Internet connectivyt in some way. And if your business Internet service provider can't deliver, your company could face significant problems in each branch's daily duties.
Imagine you just started a web meeting with international clients and your Internet service cuts out or degrades significantly. Or, the warehouse dropped service and lost the ability to track orders as they arrive or leave.
These problems are real and happen all the time when companies don't invest in the right provider for their needs. In Washington, D.C., there's no shortage of ISPs, and that can make finding the right option overwhelming.
To reduce the paralysis by analysis, we've compiled a list of the top companies and the reasons you may want to work with them.
Signing on for point-to-point (P2P) circuits 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.