As more and more people attend events, concerts, and sporting events, the demand for reliable Internet connectivity at these venues continues to grow. Attendees want to stay connected to their friends and family, share their experiences on social media by streaming live content, and make purchases on-site. However, traditional Wi-Fi networks are often unable to meet the demands of large crowds, leading to slow speeds, unreliable connections, and problems with merchandise sales. This is where Dedicated Wireless Internet comes in.
The recent awakening concerning our society and its environmental impacts has highlighted many items we produce. Plastics have always been at the forefront of this debate, especially how the raw materials for their production are obtained. Mining worldwide has long been a subject of controversy, mainly due to its environmental impact, but also because of human rights issues.
Virtually every industry understands the continued maturity and proliferation of digital transformation. Companies of most every size are prioritizing the importance of data collection and how it informs crucial decisions.
What do you really know about dedicated wireless Internet? Fixed wireless can seem mysterious, which is why it is often misunderstood. Dedicated fixed wireless Internet connections are just as reliable as a fiber connection — in fact, even more reliable! Get the facts on dedicated wireless Internet and enjoy some fun facts.
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.
Laggy laptops, drained desktops, overworked operating systems, slack security software — these and more outdated technologies can cost businesses time, money, reputation and more. But this malaise seems to be more common that you may realize.
A study conducted by ZenBusiness in 2019 polled nearly 1,000 workers. The results were eye-opening, starting with more than 50% of respondents believing office technology was outdated. More specifically, 83.1% believed that computers were outdated and 70.5% believed software and applications were old.
How do you know when technology is too old?
Your business needs an enterprise Internet installation in a new building or location. Fast upload and download speeds are essential, as well as guaranteed uptime and instant assistance when problems arise. Obviously, you shop among the local ISPs for the best deal and service, but all of them tell you the same story - an incredibly long wait time for installation.
Many people throughout the global workforce are adjusting to working from home, especially since it seems to be the new normal for the foreseeable future. As we all adapt and utilize tools, manage usage with others, and do our best to maintain security, many have encountered some issues.
These can include:
- Home Internet services are not typically built for the type of workload that may be needed.
- They also don’t have the security protocols that office work environments enjoy.
- Video streaming and conferencing is way up, and these are big taxes on bandwidth.
- Additionally, there may be many people doin
g these types of streams at the same time in one household now (both spouses working from home, plus kids at home doing educational or recreational activities online).
What are some best practices to ensure your remote workforce stays connected to the Internet and your business network? As the new normal continues to become our reality, here are some practical steps you can take to enhance your work-from-home arrangement.
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.
MHO works with clients directly but we also collaborate with channel partners that have their own clients. In many cases, these channel partners are able to offer a fully packaged solution that can be the best option for some businesses.