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.
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.
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.
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: