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.
In the eternal realm of sci-fi vs. fantasy, how on earth is that going to help YOUR business win the iron throne? Fortunately, there’s bonded internet for that. And these 3 bonded boosts may save your butt when you’re grinding it out at the Battle of Blackwater.
Here’s a good one: Your internet connection is SO slow that…. (hold on, the rest of the joke is still downloading). Not funny? Perhaps it hits too close to home for you and your current internet connectivity woes. If so, you may just be in luck.
Whether it’s deciding what symmetrical speed you need, or what provider to choose, there’s a lot to look at when buying your next high-speed business internet connection. Here’s our ultimate shortlist of what to look for when buying fiber internet for your business.
You asked, we listened. We’ve noticed common questions asked by customers, and gathered the top 6 that Canadian businesses should ask an internet service provider when choosing their services.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the go-to phone solution for medium and large businesses. With its ability to utilize your internet connection to place free phone calls, VoIP can save costs in the workplace.
Stop spending money on unreliable internet. Your internet connection helps build the foundation of a positive relationship between you and your customers, so the network you choose is critical to success.
We know how Obi-Wan used the cloud to defeat the empire, but can fiber optic internet do the same for Luke Skywalker? With fiber internet’s high speeds and reliability, Luke can benefit from fiber in many ways:
“How can I cut IT costs?” is a common question businesses ask. For part 2, we’re giving 5 more ways a business (big or small) can cut costs and simplify their IT budget.
There’s a nagging question every business must face at some point: How can I cut IT costs? For our 2-part series, we’ve laid out 5 quick and simple ways your business can cut down IT costs and make balancing a budget easy.
Fiber internet is popular for businesses looking to boost productivity. We’ll explain how these tiny glass tubes of light can transfer anything from emails with cute cat GIFs to high-definition videos anywhere around the world.
In a nutshell, attenuation is the loss of transmission signal strength measured in decibels (dB). As attenuation increases, the more distorted and unintelligible the transmission (e.g. a phone call or email you’re trying to send) becomes.
Not only does fiber offer faster speeds than traditional connections, but with more data throughput it allows for larger bandwidth profiles and in most cases are symmetrical meaning 100/100 Mbps. The rise of cloud services like Dropbox and Office 365 have made it essential for businesses to have equal download and upload speeds.