As more and more business moves online, continuity plans have to include your internet. Having a failover connection for your internet is critical in mitigating the effects of unplanned outages.
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Wireless Business Internet: the Top 5 Terms to Know
Nov 25, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet
Wireless internet, wi-fi, fixed wireless, 4G, 5G and LTE…what do all these terms mean? These terms sound familiar and simple when they're thrown around in marketing materials. However, the truth is that few take the time to understand the terminology and what each...
What is Latency & How Can it Impact Business Performance?
Nov 4, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet
Are you experiencing choppy video calls? Critical emails being delayed – and upsetting your customers? Latency issues are common and may be worth investigating. After all, your reputation is important and poor network performance isn’t an excuse. Latency is not only...
BCLC Contracts with iTel to Support Lottery Network Services
Jun 30, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, News, Press Release
Kamloops, B.C, June 30, 2020 — Kamloops’ technology future looks even brighter with a new agreement between two of the city’s largest technology companies: BCLC and iTel Networks (iTel). Under a three-year contract with BCLC, iTel will provide the fast and secure...
Copper RJ45 Handoff vs. Fibre Handoff
Jun 12, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, Fibre, Network
Great internet is taken for granted, and it's easy to fall into the trap of assuming that connecting won't be an issue. But the reality is that there are many underlying complexities to connectivity and a reliable connection isn't always certain. One area to...
Kelson Group – Case Study
Jun 5, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, Case Study, Fibre, MPLS, Network
As Kelson Group added more sites across two provinces, network management became more complex. Working with iTel they were able to streamline their IT operations…
IPv4 vs IPv6: What You Need to Know
May 27, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, Network
IPv4 vs IPv6: A Little History The first major internet protocol invented, IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) defines IP addresses in a 32-bit format. It remains the main configuration for delivering information between devices via the internet and has been in use...
Comparing SC and LC Fibre Optic Connectors
May 27, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, Fibre
The two most common fibre optic connectors in use today are SC and LC connectors. While they are very similar, they are not interchangeable and differ in design and size. When getting ready for a fibre installation at your business, you must match the right connectors...
iTel Network’s Remote Team – Case Study
Apr 24, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, Case Study, Cloud, Remote Working, SD-WAN, UCaaS
With the inclusion of remote working positions, iTel was able to expand its talent pool for recruitment and access new markets – while minimizing the cost of expansion.
How to Setup a Distributed Team for Success | Part 3
Apr 23, 2020 | Blog, Business Internet, Remote Working, SD-WAN
In part 1 of this 3-part blog series we explored the benefits of Unified Communications. For part 2, we will dive into efficiencies that come from using Managed Services. Planning as though your entire workforce is remote can help to create the most...