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.
Topics: Network, Fixed Wireless, Point-to-Point Microwave, High Speed Internet, Internet Access, Internet Connection, Internet Services, Point-to-Point Fixed Wireless
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.
Topics: Network, Digital Transformation, Fixed Wireless, Data, High Speed Internet, Internet Access, Business Internet, Internet Connection, Dedicated Internet, Network Requirements, Data Usage
California is unique; not only in its climate and lifestyle, but in business. Technology is a key driver and The Golden State is a major port to Asia and other areas of the world. This presents unique technology needs. If you are only relying on fiber for your business Internet, your company is wide open to disaster. Consider the benefits of California fixed wireless Internet solutions for your business.
Topics: Internet Access, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Inclement Weather, San Francisco Bay Area Business, San Bernardino Business
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.
Topics: Network, Fixed Wireless, Internet Access, Business Internet, Internet Service Provider (ISP), Internet Connection, IT Manager, Workspace, IT Planning, Inclement Weather, Network Engineering
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.
Topics: Internet Access, Business Internet, Fast Installation, Channel Partner
Do you ever get curious as to how people spend time on the Internet in a minute? Within 60 seconds, millions of messages were exchanged, photos uploaded on social media, and while some are entering the Internet for the first time in 2021. Take a look to see how others engaged and utilized their time through the web.
Topics: Internet Access, Infographic
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?
Topics: Internet Access, Business Internet, Internet Connection
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.
Topics: Internet Access, Trends
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.
Topics: Internet Access, Business Internet, Internet Service Provider (ISP)
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?
Topics: Fixed Wireless, Internet Access, Remote