Business Class + Enterprise Class = Success!
As the demands of the internet increase, we are seeing more and more clients shift to dual connectivity. Depending on the needs of your company or organization, a combination of Business Class Internet and Enterprise Class Internet may be best.
To help determine the best options we'll first explore:
Every business has unique needs. The benefit of working with Simplified Communications, is that, as an independent broker, we can put together an ideal package, utilizing the best services available.
What our clients are saying:
I went to Patrick when I was moving my company and needed to upgrade my internet and phone systems. It was great to work with him vs. going directly to one of the providers as he was able to find the best deal and recommend what I needed for the size of my company. Incredibly prompt communication and he was on it to hit all of our deadlines and push the providers when it seemed like things were going off track. Reed on the Simplified team was also great to work with when we needed help with installing access points in our office. I would recommend them to anyone looking for business internet or phone.
There are 6 different types of internet.
Uses fiber optic cables to deliver the fastest speeds. Only available in areas that have invested in this costly infrastructure.
Shares technology with the cables uses for cable TV. Fast and readily available in most communities.
DSL or copper
It looks like a phone line, but has slightly different technology running in the Digital Subscriber Line wires. Available through phone services, and offers medium speeds.
Fixed wireless internet is a high-speed internet service for rural and underserved areas. Internet is sent from the main access point to individual receivers installed at businesses, farms, and homes.
LTE stands for Long Term Evolution. This service refers to a 4G wireless standard that provides the fastest internet speeds for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
Satellite internet is delivered wirelessly to the receiver, but requires wires to transport the signal. Satellite internet has bandwidth comparable to DSL and cable but can often feel slower due to latency.
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The 4th Industrial Revolution represents the latest technological shift to change how everyone lives, works and thrives. At its core, this new age requires companies to effectively acquire, analyze and act upon their data to stay ahead of the curve and to be competitive.
Here at Simplified, we are excited to see CenturyLink transforming to meet the increasingly data and technology driven needs of businesses, and Lumen's combination of global technology infrastructure, powerful business solutions and industry-leading services creates the platform to help our customers excel in this new industrial age and produce amazing things.
Lumen president and CEO Jeff Storey comments on new brand name, new purpose:
"Our people are dedicated to furthering human progress through technology. Lumen is all about enabling the amazing potential of our customers, by utilizing our technology platform, our people, and our relationships with customers and partners."
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