iTel CEO Dan Rink is featured in the Spring 2017 edition of Thompson Rivers University Bridges magazine. Rink talks about the local tech sector and how companies like iTel will benefit from the new Bachelors and Masters of Engineering programs at the University.
November 29, 2016 | Toronto, ON – iTel Networks Inc. was recognized today by Startup Canada as a national winner of the Startup Canada High-Growth Entrepreneurship Award. iTel accepted the award at a red carpet ceremony in Toronto, Ontario attended by leading Canadian investors, innovators and anchor company executives.
iTel Networks Inc. and Advantage Communications Group today announced their new partnership under iTel’s Partner Program. This new alliance allows for both companies to expand their reach and product portfolio in both Canada and the United States.
iTel Networks Inc. and TWT Group, today announced their new partnership under iTel’s Channel Partner Program. This new partnership will create opportunities for both companies to expand their product portfolio and grow their network, enabling them to provide IT solutions to more businesses than ever before.
If your business is in the market for a fiber connection with faster speeds, increased security, and complete redundancy then you will want to read this. There are various classes of fiber connections for businesses, namely point-to-point and GPON fiber and it’s important to understand how they differ.
Simply put, network visibility is the awareness and control of applications, data, and users on a WAN or LAN network. Network Visibility is crucial to your organization, we’re talking main power to the hyperdrive critical. Here are 5 benefits to network control.
“Why is Business Fiber more expensive than Residential Fiber?” If you’re not aware of the differences, the cost variance doesn’t make sense. A connection is a connection, right? Wrong.
LTE Bonding is a new technology that’s so cool, we swear it will bring out your inner rapper. Bonded LTE connections have the ability to bring faster internet and increased failover to a lot of businesses who might not have thought it was even possible.
With the rise in cloud applications and SaaS services, daily business activities are so reliant on the network connectivity that it’s actually kind of scary. If your internet isn’t always working perfectly, the loss in productivity and earnings could be astronomical. You need to be asking the right questions when considering prospective service providers.
You know that feeling when you’re late for a meeting and conveniently there’s a huge traffic jam on your regular route? Think of your “late for a meeting self” as data being transferred over the internet and the highway/side roads as the routers trying to deliver you to your destination.
We have already gone over 5 important reasons why your business can be “Saved by the Cloud”, but there are still a lot more benefits. At iTel, we’re obsessive about redundancy and the concept of never missing a thing, so that’s why we have created a Part 2 to the Benefits of Cloud Computing to keep you fully in the loop.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and Internet Protocol Virtual Private Networks (IP VPNs) have a key difference. When choosing what option is best for your company, it’s integral you know what service you’re getting without a veil of smoke and mirrors in the way.
If Zack Morris wasn’t cool enough already, he had to show us up with a cell phone. Experts predict that by 2019, more than 86% of workloads will be processed by cloud data centres. So obviously, the Zack Morris of today would definitely be utilizing the cloud because he was an innovator.
Sometimes us IT folks forget that all these tech terms and acronyms (MPLS, IP VPN.. the list goes on) may not be so obvious to the average employee. But time is short, so here’s a high-level overview of what MPLS is and how it works to help you get through your next meeting.
In a connected world, an explosion of access for almost anyone and anywhere means the ability to communicate with others no matter where. Likewise, devices can now speak to each other in the form of data transmissions at the speed of light; enabling paradigm-shifting advancements such as autonomous vehicles.