Network Redundancy with 4G LTE

Businesses often deploy distributed networks using MPLS, Metro Ethernet or other connectivity to ensure that the communication between headquarters and their branch offices is always up and running. Branch offices located at the edge network depend on continuous connectivity. They have so many important devices and applications, that they cannot risk downtime or outages.  Sometimes…

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Hosted VoIP compared to traditional PBX

A PBX or Private business exchange system consists of direct line-to-line connections made by an exchange and connected to the public telephone network. VoIP systems on the other hand use the Internet to package voice signals into data packets that are transferred over the Internet to a provider who manages connectivity to the public network.

Hosted VoIP for small business

Business phone systems no longer serve as a tool for simply making and receiving calls. Today voice over IP communications systems allow employees to communicate by phone, video, and text, which is giving businesses the flexibility to connect with customers and clients in any way they prefer and from anywhere. Hosted VoIP is the easiest…

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5 Compelling Reasons to Replace your Phones System with a Cloud PBX

Cloud phone system popularity has exploded in the small business market. Business owners no longer have to settle for expensive legacy phone solutions that carry a heavy cap X. The functionality of Cloud IP systems far surpasses the ability of legacy systems, is easy to maintain, cost effective and simplifies your telco closet. A cloud…

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Fiber gives SMBs a Fast Business Boost

When most people hear “fiber” they think “speed.” But fiber-optic internet has much more to offer than faster connections. For small and midsized business (SMB) customers, it can translate into significant business advantages. Three use cases we’ll examine show, fiber offers a number of distinct benefits over traditional cable and DSL. Yes, the speed guarantee…

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