Category: Infrastructure

In this post we continue our foundation series for successful implementation of Business VoIP. We will review T-1 services provided from competitive local exchange phone companies. We will also review internet speed and reliability with a focus on implementing an IP Phone system.... Read More
May 27, 2014Chris Torbit
In this post, we continue our foundation series for successful implementation of Business VoIP. We will review traditional DSL service in relation to internet speed and reliability with a focus on implementing an IP Phone system. DSL – ... Read More
May 20, 2014Chris Torbit
Why is the Internet so slow? It’s a common complaint many IT departments receive on a daily basis. Especially at small and midsize businesses (SMBs) and those that have grown in a short period of time. Identifying exactly which user activities are eating up your company’s bandwidth or clogging the ... Read More
March 18, 2014Chris Torbit
In “ Increasing Internet Speed at Work – Part I,” we examined how to run speed tests to measure your average Internet speed and how to calculate your actual transfer speed. In Part II, we examine steps you can take ... Read More
March 11, 2014Chris Torbit
Whether you work from home or the office, a fast and efficient Internet connection is essential for business. Slow Internet speeds due to weak connections are frustrating and cost companies money. Here are some ways to increase Internet speed for your web-connected devices.... Read More
March 4, 2014Chris Torbit
[ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] The most important part of choosing the right business phone system for your company is calculating the total cost. There are five components that come into play when calculating the total cost of your company’s new business phone system. First, is the base unit or system ... Read More
November 28, 2013Chris Torbit
In our learning series we are going to tackle, What is Ethernet?   Ethernet is a network standard that is used to connect a number of computer systems to form a local area network (LAN). However, this local area network is controlled by using different protocols that send ... Read More
July 22, 2013Chris Torbit