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While telecommunications can have its glitches and challenges, we have found a way to keep it Simplified.
Which frees us up to watch Horror Movies.
We asked the Team Members of Simplified Communications to tell us their favorite Horror Movies, and what they watch to get in the mood for Halloween.
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Simplified Communications usually recommends utilizing at least the Business Class Internet option from your preferred Internet Service Provider.
Depending on the provider and level of service, benefits may include:
Popular Business Class Internet Service Providers:
Simplified can help you determine the level of service and best provider based on your business’s unique needs.
Business Class Internet is a big step above residential level or standard internet, but with the new consumer demands on speed and reliability, you may be needing something more.
Enterprise Class Internet is the next step up from Business Class Internet, and it is worth looking into if your company relies heavily on the internet.
We've compiled a quick overview of the differences between Business Class Internet and Enterprise Class Internet.
Reach out to our team to find out which service is best for your current trajectory and growth in your business!
Business Class Internet usually offers:
- Fast, Asymmetrical Speeds
- Static IP
- Enhanced Customer Service
There is no universal standard for Business Class internet. Check with our team to make sure your internet package is appropriate for your needs
Enterprise Class Internet also offers:
Dedicated service means that if you subscribe to 100mbps, you get 100mpbs dedicated to you, and it is not shared with other businesses.
SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT
Quality levels are guaranteed in most cases with a Service Level Agreement. SLAs vary from carrier to carrier but typically offer four guarantees:
- Mean time to repair
- Jitter: The fluctuation of latency over time.
- Latency: The time it takes for a packet to get to its destination.
- Uptime: What percentage of the time will the internet be up and running.
OTHER BENEFITS AND FEATURES
- Project management from service order to installation
- Other network solutions in addition to internet connectivity. For example, Point to Point connectivity between 2 sites, MPLS (allows for multi-location businesses to communicate with any other location through a private network, Express route or Cloud Connectivity.
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