As a result of the continued rise in telecommunications services, there is more power needed, more buildings required, more vehicles on the road, more mined materials from around the globe, and more energy essential to operations to accommodate the world’s growing needs. How is the industry adapting to this increase in resources by providing more…Details
Businesses rely on their phones to stay in touch with clients, employees, and potential customers but there are several common events that can make phone lines go down. We’ll dive in to these events and how your business can still get calls even when the lines are down.
Technology is forever changing and evolving. Not long ago, every household had a home phone, cell phones were not a necessity, and those who did have them likely only used them for phone calls and the occasional game of Snake. Today we see that most homes have done away with landlines but they are still…Details
Last year the Telecommunications Skilled Workforce Act was introduced to address the shortage of the telecommunications workforce but did not make it out of committee. This year’s bill may get a different reception with the shift in the White House. We’ll share what this bill could mean for businesses and residential communities.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a routing technique used in telecommunications networks that directs data from one node to the next, controlling the flow of network traffic. But what does that mean?
A tragic occurrence led to Kari’s Law that aims to allow direct dialing of emergency services. We’ll share the story behind Kari’s Law, the RAY BAUM’S Act, and what to do to make sure your business is compliant.
Depending on where you live, winter weather could mean several feet of snow with negative temperatures or it could mean chilly winds in the 50s and 60s. This year, most of the United States is seeing freezing temperatures with snow and ice. So what effect does this have on your telecom, internet, and wireless connectivity?
Fiber-optic internet, or simply just fiber, has been available for decades, but it wasn’t until the 2000s that prices were lowered to be accessible to businesses and even residential customers. The concept for fiber-optic cables being used for communication started in 1950 but the first large-scale use was in 1975 when the U.S. government used…Details
The One Thing Holding Your Business Back That Can Cost You Thousands of Dollars Almost every business has it, so why is it still hanging around the office? There are several costs, opportunity and financial, associated with an outdated phone system. Don’t fall victim when there are solutions for every business. Yes, that legacy…Details