The savvy business owner knows that any sort of business ebbs and flows, experiencing fluctuations that are triggered by numerous factors. You plan for up times and down times as a way to protect your business. But how do you manage business data usage and handle extremely busy times? And what happens when your Internet and networking solution cannot handle the load?
George Orwell put forth the allegorical truth in his pivotal work that “All animals are equal; but some animals are more equal than others.” That controversial premise can often be applied to many other circumstances. This includes the realm of Fixed Wireless Internet and Networking.
What could be more terrifying than buying Internet in today’s cluttered digital landscape? With so many choices available (fixed wireless, fiber, satellite, cable) and so many providers vying for business, and offering so many options, who wouldn’t be terrified at the very thought of facing this gauntlet?
What are the terrifying aspects of buying Internet and making the wrong choices?
Internet data usage trends may vary from one business to another. However, one thing is absolutely for certain-many businesses depend on the fast, secure transmission of information to sustain operations need reliable Internet access and networking solutions.
As a company that manages and provides Internet networking services for companies and businesses, MHO is always looking at data usage trends. These 2021 Internet usage trends can help spark your own research and understanding of how and what you may need as a company.
Many business Internet users get confused about wireless for business Internet access. The various types of wireless connectivity are different, and best used for specific options. When shopping for the best wireless for business, you need to understand the different types, as well as their benefits and drawbacks.
Whether your particular industry is warehousing, logistics, construction, healthcare, or financial services, reliable and dedicated Internet is vital. Within larger cities and metro areas, the choices are many, including combination options for guaranteed diversity and redundancy. But what about remote location Internet options?
As we continue to navigate through these unpredictable times, many businesses and working professionals have opted for the hybrid office model. As remote work becomes increasingly the norm, how can your IT team help prepare the rest of the company's operations?
After a year of working through a global pandemic, everyone knows that work is forever changed. Remote work was just a hot topic that some were privileged to explore pre-pandemic. Now it has morphed into what is now called hybrid office work. Regardless of how much you know about this new concept, IT for the hybrid office is a likely concern in your future.
Forget all you thought you knew about cannabis, including the warnings and prohibitions against it. The cannabis industry is now a huge business, especially with overseas markets opening wide for its unrestricted use. Even here in the US, it is increasingly becoming legal and mainstream, both for medical and recreational use.
The global cannabis market is estimated to be valued at USD 20.5 billion in 2020 by Markets and Markets, and is projected to reach USD 90.4 billion by 2026. In the United States, approximately 14% of the population regularly use some form of CBD products, with the highest usage in the west and south, respectively.