Environment and sustainability continue to drive headlines. Whether you believe climate change is manufactured or not, we can all still practice ways to contribute to being a part of the solution.
Big data in eCommerce refers to massive amounts of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data generated through various online interactions and transactions. These data sets are so vast and complex that they require advanced and unique forms of processing to enable enhanced decision-making, insight generation, and process optimization.
The business world is quickly embracing Artificial Intelligence as it makes dramatic advances in the field of information technology.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the business world and innovations roll out so fast that it’s difficult to stay abreast of all the changes. Major industries are seeing revolutionary advancements with AI, including new tools like ChatGPT and AI art generators.
Just how much is AI impacting the business landscape? Approximately 44% of companiesplan to invest heavily in AI this year. How much will this AI escalation in business increase Internet usage?
Many users of business Internet may hear the term “Layer 2” without understanding its importance. What is Layer 2 and why should you care, as long as you have a reliable Internet connection? Let’s explore this a bit more and seek to understand how important Layer 2 is to your ongoing business Internet solution.
Wouldn’t you think that the continued use and proliferation of the Internet would mean less outages? Numerous technology improvements and wider Internet availability should lead to better reliability. But, in fact, the opposite has been true.This should actually come as no surprise, taking into consideration the aging Internet infrastructure across the United States. A substantial portion of that infrastructure is between 20-30 years old and continues to age. Many older systems are no longer viable to meet the demands of new technology.
Whether you’re moving offices or changing warehouse locations, it is vital to consider everything you need from a technology standpoint. Your network may be less glamorous than the building’s facade or property landscaping, but it is one of the most vital aspects of the project. After all, without the backbone of a solid Internet connection, productivity goes out the window.
At this point, we all know the story of the pandemic and the changes it brought to the future of work. Perhaps at the top of the list of changes is the growth and permanence of IT hybrid work. Recent data seems to support the premise that it is here to stay.
There are many factors and costs involved in a network installation: from fees, permitting, and supplies that can cause delays to equipment rentals, monthly recurring fees, and the cost of long lead times leading to installation. Many companies are struggling to find a company that can delight and amaze them with a robust network.
More bandwidth! More bandwidth! The cry goes out incessantly from every industry and type of business, and Internet Service Providers struggle to keep up with growing needs. The Internet of Things (IoT) and new Internet of Senses each bring a growing need for increased bandwidth. So how do you know just how much Internet bandwidth you need for your particular industry and business?