Business doesn’t wait. That’s why you need fast Internet installation when it’s time to hook up to a local service or upgrade your existing service. But how much time does it take, and what is involved, to get your Internet connection up and running? The option you choose will determine how much time you can expect to pass before your connection will be fully ready.
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More than ever before, businesses need network redundancy solutions that keep things up and available, all the time. This standard of “four nines uptime” (99.99%) is vital for those companies that must keep continuity all day, every day, seven days a week. The speed of business allows for nothing less. If your company must stay connected for vital around the clock operations, you need to be sure you have reliable network redundancy solutions in place.
Our global business community demands that companies communicate and conduct transactions in the now, and at lightning-fast speeds. But not all Internet access is created equal. If your business has numerous employees or needs a constant, reliable Internet connection for company operations, you need to consider your options for a dedicated Internet provider.
“Some say we’re a little spoiled in California,” says actress and model Yaya DaCosta in the opening of Visit California’s latest commercial. She’s right—it’s easy to feel spoiled when you're surrounded by California’s natural settings and iconic destinations, like Redwood National Park, the Fleury Estate Winery in legendary Napa Valley, beautiful Lake Tahoe, and the towering Golden Gate Bridge.