March 20, 2019
landline telephone

Why Would You Need a Landline Telephone?

Landline telephones, (aka Plain Old Telephone Service, or POTS lines) are the home phone you’re most likely to see in the houses of the 40 plus set. The original technology is still in use, though newer handsets have improved noise reduction issues. Until recently homes across the country depended on […]
February 19, 2019
how voip works

How VoIP Works and What It Can Do for Your Business

Before we talk about how VoIP works we should talk about what VoIP means. VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol, and it basically means that rather than having your voice (or other information) be transferred over physical phone lines, that information is transmitted through the Internet. You may be […]
January 25, 2019
Cloud security

Are Cloud Services Secure? The Levels of Cloud Security

Currently, there are two kinds of servers: physical, on-site servers and cloud servers. Some are hesitant to move to a cloud server due largely to its intangibility. However, cloud servers are where some of the largest companies in the world house their data, and they’re definitely worth taking a look. […]
January 8, 2019
data center networking

How Data Center Networking Is Vital For Business Growth

While most businesses make regular use of data center infrastructure, many people have reservations about data centers built nearby. Some communities have embraced technology and the positive business outcomes of local networking infrastructure centers. They have begun to enact legislated incentives to attract data centers to their area. Unfortunately, some […]
January 8, 2019

Why POTS Lines (Plain Old Telephone Service)?

What is Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS Lines) Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS Lines) was the original telephone service and is the one most familiar to the 40 +. It is the traditional two-wire analog-based telephone service. Frequently it is the least complicated service to get installed, has the highest […]
May 11, 2013

Why Colleges are Making the Move to Unified Communications

Cloud computing, which is usually associated with businesses and leveraging efficiency, has slowly been breaking into the education system. Cloud-based technology is providing more opportunities to students and faculty at lower costs, especially in university settings. Today’s higher education students are always seeking the latest technologies available both for personal and school use. Technology can assist them in attaining the knowledge they desire and help make learning more interactive and thus easier.
May 11, 2013

What Kind of Telecom & Internet Services do Start-Ups Need?

New companies have asked us what do we need? How much do we need? It really depends on the size of your company. Typically when we work with companies, we’ll sit with you, we’ll figure out how many employees you have and then we will scale properly. Some companies might require an internet circuit. Maybe a cable modem. Some might require a larger circuit. It depends on how many employees you have and what your requirements are.