Successful leaders understand that success comes only as the result of a deliberate process. Real success is cultivated over time as the leader develops and practices proven actions that bring success. Becoming a successful IT leader is no different — you must develop and rigorously adhere to IT leadership habits that produce success.
Metro Ethernet is a network that provides point-to-point or multipoint Internet and connectivity services over a metropolitan area. Currently, about 98% of all data traffic begins and terminates on an Ethernet network. Metro Ethernet was spawned from Local Area Network (LAN) technology, eventually replacing more low-speed Wide Area Network (WAN) technologies.
As the pandemic seems to be loosening its grip on society, we have witnessed a migration of tech and businesses to different areas of the country. We don’t believe legacy tech hubs will go away, but the investment is spreading to new tech hubs that include Austin, Atlanta, Raleigh, Nashville, Miami, and Denver.
But with rapid growth comes its own problems. Aside from infrastructure, residential inventory, and cost of living increases, many businesses need to consider technical needs and requirements.
Searching for an Internet connection? Many traditional Internet providers will entice businesses with a low monthly cost for a fiber connection, but what is often overlooked is the potential buildout cost for fiber. Below is an example of what you can expect with a fiber build vs. a dedicated fixed wireless connection.
Although modern businesses require high-speed Internet, the costs of building fiber Internet can be higher than anticipated. Things are never as they seem — especially when you don’t read the fine print. There are many unanticipated costs to building fiber Internet connections, and you can believe these costs will be passed on to you.
Warehousing and logistics are among the first industries to fully embrace the digital transformation. Digital tracking and inventory management is a key component of the modern transfer of goods between countries and clients. This is fortunate, in that the logistics and warehousing industry is fully positioned to leverage technology and the Internet to overcome significant problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Internet connectivity is essential for any business. However, when collaborating with different teams and vendors to complete a construction project, on time, reliable and fast Internet is essential. Check out some additional reasons as to why Internet is important for new technologies that are implemented at construction sites.
Who could have imagined how the Internet would totally revolutionize the world? Even today, it is constantly changing and evolving as new technologies and needs are introduced. How has the Internet changed? And how has the way we use the Internet changed in only the last few years? The global coronavirus pandemic only further demonstrated that the Internet is crucial to how we exist.
Getting hacked by a malicious attacker is every business’ worst nightmare. In a brief amount of time, your company’s and your clients’ personal information or financial information can be compromised and laid bare to those who would steal it and leave you holding the bag. What should you do if you have been hacked? First, learn the signs of when you have been hacked and then learn to protect yourself from hacks.
Can you remember when construction sites, site managers, and workers alike were on their own, completely disconnected from the home office or other stakeholders? Any questions or needs meant jumping into a truck and heading back to the office or the nearest materials vendor. Not so now, with modern construction needs.
As the construction industry moves into 2021, modern construction site requirements have reached the pinnacle of technology. Efficiency and productivity, safety, operations, and so much more rely on information and instant communications. The Internet and reliable connectivity for numerous devices have quickly become necessary for every construction site.