A network security key refers to the password or alphanumeric key that end users enter to access a local area network. A security key is a resource for a specific security protocol that helps secure the local network.
The Internet now plays a substantial role in business to the extent that most people take it for granted. For example consider how often we all access cloud-based web applications, stream Pandora, video conferencing, make phone calls or download large files from a website. Your bandwidth is taxed for all of those high demand things.…Details
When was the last time you upgraded your wide area network? In the past 7 years we’ve witnessed some of the largest fiber expansion ever seen in the Western U.S.. It is not uncommon to find multi-site networks with 40mb private MPLS connections for $700 per site or less. 100x100mb Fiber Internet which was $2000…Details
Your business needs a new phone system… You’ve determined your business needs a new phone system but what system is the best fit for the way your company works? What features are available and which ones will improve employee productivity, customer care and fit your budget? Those are important questions that we will help you…Details
SD WAN stands for Software Defined Wide area networking. SD WAN allows multi-site businesses to leverage hybrid network solutions without sacrificing the performance and reliability of their MPLS network at a lower cost. SD WAN allows you to dynamically route traffic across a variety of different network technologies such as DSL, Cable, and Fiber enabling…Details
Text message marketing is perhaps the most effective strategy for engaging customers and boosting sales. Texting enables you to connect with customers about new products, special sales and product or company news. Leverage keywords to expand your contacts, confirm appointments, or send out payment reminders.
When you run a business, “cash flow is king” as the old saying goes, and even a temporary disruption to your regular cashflow can cause serious problems. That’s why it’s imperative for customers and clients to pay on time, but in our hectic lives it’s easy to forget to pay an outstanding bill.
Internet providers advertise on road signs and radio everywhere. The claims they make about the speed of their networks can be confusing. Faster, one would probably be safe to assume, is better than slower. But what do all those numbers mean? Can you really expect to get the speed advertised on the sign? And how…Details
Some IT managers find that even after a recent Internet upgrade users still complain of slow speeds. It’s almost as though some paranormal activity is going on sucking up your bandwidth. Every time technology advances, there is some sort of bottleneck that is created by older technology holding things back. With the rise of virtualization…Details
Growth in business is a great and exciting thing. Profits increase, steady workflow and job security for employees helps company morale. Inevitably however the space your business started in can become too small and suddenly you have logistics issues and find you have to move to a bigger location. Moving your corporate office to a…Details