Modern businesses absolutely need to have a good understanding of their bandwidth requirements. How much data do you share daily? How fast do you need to share it? While Bandwidth is often measured in speed, this can be misleading. When determining the best bandwidth speed for your business, think of your bandwidth requirements in terms of capacity.
Connecting multiple offices to a secure, reliable network can be complicated. While many companies need to connect buildings in close proximity, others may need to unify hub offices, branches and a large contingent of remote and hybrid workers simultaneously.
Ways of working have changed drastically over the past few years - employees are more remote than ever before, and the large corporate headquarters of yesteryear is no longer the norm for doing business. It is far more common for employees to now do hotdesking or shared desk space. Along with this evolution, hybrid and remote working has created added security and collaboration challenges.
When working with MHO, we strive to make every customer's journey to connectivity as seamless and quick as possible. From establishing a line of sight (LOS) to handing off their connection; we are with you every step of the way!
Disruptions to the supply chain across the world is old news. What is current and unwelcome news are all the price hikes, shortages, delays, and many other dilemmas caused by this global disruption. Installing fiber Internet infrastructure is not immune to the wave of supply chain disruptions. The supply chain issues seem to be impacting fiber installations at a higher proportion.
There are new needs for fast and secure data transfers that arise all the time- especially between buildings and departments that are in close proximity. Consider the following example scenarios from real-life business growth needs.
The effects of weather on Internet have been a concern since the earliest days of world-wide connectivity. Although modern components and networks have evolved and become more reliable, weather can still have an impact on Internet performance and uptime. Unfortunately, many companies do not factor this into their considerations when making decisions about the Internet and networking.
With 2021 coming to a near close, we've gathered data to show how the Medical Tech and Healthcare has been using the Internet to help accelerate the growth within the industry. Take a look at the recent trends and how you can adopt certain technologies for 2022.
Companies have many choices when building out IT and networking departments. The question of using a channel partner or buying direct from vendors is common. As a channel partner, you are trusted and companies often prefer your assistance in the vetting process.
Going directly to specialists like you saves companies time and money in research and requirement matching. As a channel partner, you can provide the best solution and demonstrate why that solution is the best fit for your company’s needs. This is why knowing the advantages and details of a partner relationship is important.
It’s time for holiday shopping and you have your list in hand. After considerable time browsing an online store, choosing sizes and colors, and selecting just the right gifts to populate your shopping cart, you proceed to review your cart items when suddenly — you encounter an error and lose everything!
If you’ve encountered this painful scenario before, you know the frustration, even anger, you feel after wasting so much time and effort. There’s no way you will do it all over again on the same site and risk even more frustrating failures. So, list in hand, you move on to another seller’s website that might have better functionality.
Biotechnology is yet another area of industry and technology that relies heavily on stable, secure, and reliable Internet connectivity. In fact, biotechnology Internet, especially the Internet of Things (IoT), is experiencing a revolution in usage and data sharing. More than ever, companies and researchers are depending on the Internet for communication, operations, data-sharing, and information storage.