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.
Pre COVID many predicted an increase in Internet usage and number of users. But when a worldwide pandemic came and forced everyone to adjust seemingly overnight, the Internet was heavily leaned on for nearly everything.
Online shopping and grocery ordering went from a luxury, to almost a necessity for many. Students on spring break returned to school not at their desks but from their bedsides. Businesses that could, allowed their employees to safely work from home, many accessing workplace data via virtual private network (VPN).
Many businesses have been forced to deal with unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting actions to combat the spread of the virus. Numerous companies closed completely, while others were forced into a modified operational pattern. Every change was performed quickly, as mandates were handed down from federal, state, and local governments.
MHO understands that there may be many questions regarding internet, networks, and IT during the current health crisis. In this AMA we answer your questions about internet options, what is available to you, and how essential businesses can be set up for a dedicated fixed wireless connection quickly. We are happy to continue answering questions you may have, just post in the comments below.
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.
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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.
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Modern enterprise networks demand the utmost in network efficiency. And yet, their needs are extremely complex, and there are numerous potential causes of degraded performance. Add to this a plethora of traffic types competing for the available amount of resources. A fitting analogy would be rush hour traffic in San Francisco. Too many vehicles trying to use the available freeways amounts to massive slowdowns; and any mishap only causes more delay.
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For anyone who's ever found themselves staring at a monitor, annoyed, while a page or a function tries to load, muttering blackly about system performance issues, you've just discovered first-hand why latency is a problem to be avoided as much as possible. Latency is not just a problem for gamers—though it is a problem for them too—and it's the kind of problem that can hurt a business in several directions.