Now that we understand what types of communications are foundationally important in today's business environment - voice, video, and data (Part l of lV blog series) we need to further understand functional methods available for delivery. It is essential to recognize that every organization has unique requirements that may or may not require a customized solution. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages for each delivery architecture is the best way to begin the analysis of which of solution is best for your needs.
“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.
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:
What is dark fiber networking? How do I know if I have it? And if I do, what does it mean to my company?
When it comes to Wi-Fi one of the most common questions expressed by consumers is, "Why is my Wi-Fi so slow?" Is that a perception or is that a reality? Do Wi-Fi networks really consistently under-perform? Well, lets take a look at how Wi-Fi functions at least by default here in the US.