There are new needs for fast and secure data transfers that arise all the time- especially between buildings and departments that are in close proximity. Consider the following example scenarios from real-life business growth needs.
Welcome to the new normal! It may not quite seem like things are back to how it was as we previously understood it, but the new normal has definitely carved its niche in the ecommerce world. And this means many companies will need to upgrade to meet new ecommerce network requirements.
Successful leaders understand that success comes only as the result of a deliberate process. Real success is cultivated over time as the leader develops and practices proven actions that bring success. Becoming a successful IT leader is no different — you must develop and rigorously adhere to IT leadership habits that produce success.
With the start of the new year, it's important to provide your team and colleagues organization wide to be on the same page to help optimize your business' network.
Here are some things to consider to help keep your company prepared:
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.
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
Technology of varying levels is imperative for businesses both large and small. As a CTO, CIO, or leader of a tech team, you have many frightening responsibilities. The success of your company can soar as high as a full moon, or plummet to grave-like depths, according to how well you:
- Build a company plan for using technology
- Teach new technologies and how to use them to staff
- Test and integrate new technology and infrastructure
Many times these tasks can seem like rebuilding the Frankenstein monster. The nature and complexity of the job and its demands are enough to keep all but the bravest IT professionals up at night. After working with many of these leaders, MHO has compiled our list of the 3 scariest things that can keep IT leaders up at night.
Topics: Downtime, IT Manager, MPLS, Colorado Business, Bay Area Business, Dallas Business, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Network Efficiency, Inland Empire Business, Technology, CIO
With many moving parts in your IT department, procedures and protocols are often forgotten or get buried from higher priority tasks. Below are some things to consider to help streamline IT communications and ways to get ahead of any potential issues.
Topics: network performance, Infographic, Colorado Business, Bay Area Business, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Network Efficiency, Network Access, Inland Empire Business, Documentation Management
The networking infrastructure in any large enterprise company is extraordinarily complex. Planning for installing an enterprise network must include the process of coordination between vendors, service providers, and the company. And, all too often, deploying the network is the last roadblock before opening a new location, so the pressure is on everyone to get it right.
Topics: Network, Customer Service, Customer Experience, SLA (Service Level Agreement), Low Latency, network performance, Fast Installation, Colorado Business, Bay Area Business, Dallas Business, Los Angeles Business, Orange County Business, San Diego Business, Network Efficiency, Network Access, Inland Empire Business
Businesses know the importance of keeping up with vital documents. In the current digital age, this is primarily handled by some form of document management solution. These include some way to input documents, collate them, tag them for easy referencing, store them, and retrieve them when necessary. The same basic system is needed for your company’s network documentation management.