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.
The new 5th generation of wireless technology is here! At least one major carrier is already advertising nationwide 5G coverage (whether it is actually available nationwide or not is still in question), and trumpeting the incredibly high speeds that are now available. Another touted its 5G coverage during the Super Bowl, tugging at hearts by emphasizing first responders using 5G to save lives. But its service is only available in parts of 31 cities, and only for customers who have purchased a 5G-compatible phone.
What happens when a company contracts with MHO for fixed wireless networking? Karen and Lance lead the IT team for their corporation, that just decided to choose MHO Networks for a fixed wireless network Internet solution. Let's walk with them through each of the six steps to see what you can expect when you switch to MHO fixed wireless for your company.
Topics: Fixed Wireless, Business Internet, Point-to-Point Fixed Wireless, Colorado Business, Bay Area Business, Dallas Business, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Inland Empire Business, Technology, Growth
We have all heard terrible stories about Internet downtime and its potential high costs. Downtime is an important factor in making decisions and why network redundancy is so vitally important. We have made it easy for you to estimate this cost with our Internet Downtime Calculator.
Outside of your downtime costs, what about the other potential costs of choosing the wrong Internet provider? Here are some other variables and cost centers to consider.
Topics: Customer Experience, Internet Access, Business Internet, Connectivity, Internet Connection, Colorado Business, Bay Area Business, Dallas Business, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Network Efficiency, Inland Empire Business, Technology, CIO, Growth
There are many difficulties and challenges in scaling a company. Leadership conflicts can evolve, leaving former partners at odds. Adding the wrong team members to the mix can cause conflicts that slow growth. It can also be too soon to scale, and your organizational structure and cash flow will surely bear this out, albeit too late.
Topics: Business Tools, Colorado Business, Bay Area Business, Dallas Business, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Inland Empire Business, Technology, SaaS, Scale, Growth