How Do I Know If It's Time To Upgrade My Business Phone System?

Posted by Steve Gleason on 3/23/17 2:13 PM

 “My dial tone sounds fine, the phone rings, it’s paid for, we invested in the best.” Is what most of you are saying to yourself but that phone system was the "best" five years ago. Think about how far your cellphone has come in the last 3-5 years... it is no different for how far the business phone system has come.

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Topics: Insider, Telephony

Save Your Gold! 5 Ways To See More Green

Posted by Morgan Hurley on 3/17/17 3:10 PM

When it comes to technology, we all want to spend our money wisely. Why spend more when you can spend less?

Here are some tips to help you save your money:

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Topics: Insider, Financing, Technology

Controllerless WiFi- Is It More Or Less?

Posted by Morgan Hurley on 3/13/17 2:44 PM

Controllerless WiFi technology has become increasingly commonly implemented wireless technology in offices, schools, and homes today. The controllerless WiFi approach distributes all control functions and data forwarding to smart access points (APs) while maintaining a centralized management system for monitoring and configuration- similar to how routers function.*

Why have the frustration of slow internet and WiFi speeds when there's an easy and feasible solution at your fingertips?!

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Topics: Networking Solutions, WiFi, Wireless APs

Networking 101 - Routing and Switching

Posted by Liz Sujka on 3/13/17 12:36 PM

Often used interchangeably in the non-technical community, routing and switching represent two fundamentally different concepts in network solutions.  The devices used to perform these functions look somewhat similar, but they each have distinctly different jobs.   Routing involves moving data among the various networks.  Switching involves moving data between devices that exist within the same network. 

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Topics: Networking Solutions, Switches and Routers

How Secure Is Your Network Security?

Posted by Morgan Hurley on 3/9/17 2:19 PM

There is nothing more vital to the success of a company than its network security. Without highly secure connectivity, both your people and your company are at risk. According to our partners as Cisco, network security refers to any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data. It includes both hardware and software technologies.

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Topics: Networking Solutions, Security