The Scalability of E10

Business needs are constantly evolving in today’s fast-paced market. Once your business outgrows the office and starts spreading across the country—or even the world—its time to start thinking in terms of  how you’ll manage corporate data and communications. The most viable solution can be found in the cloud, and E10 is the enterprise-level answer needed…

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Does my Business need OC3?

If you’re operating a very high call volume business such as a call center, or hosting a, data-heavy high-traffic website, your business requires increasingly complex network solutions to keep up with expanding needs. OC3 Internet might be the solution you’re looking for. It will offer you blazing speed and the ability to network your data…

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Making the Switch: Porting Your Numbers

Just a few years ago, when alternative communications companies first hit the market, one of the main reasons businesses stayed with a phone company was to maintain number continuity. After all, a company that changes numbers and addresses hardly inspires confidence, and customers don’t like reaching a recorded message that instructs them to call another…

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What is an ISDN PRI?

Most businesses today are still using the outdated technology of old-fashioned analog telephone lines, but things are changing fast. ISDN PRI, or Integrated Services Digital Network Primary Rate Interface, offers the speed of a T1 line without the expense and inconvenience that comes with dozens (or hundreds) of physical land lines. What’s more, it integrates…

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How Simplified Billing Can Boost Your Business

Have you ever stopped to consider how much time it takes to examine a sheaf of complicated bills in detail? If you allocate enough time for employees to go over your bills with a fine-toothed comb, it costs you money. If you don’t, it could cost you even more. Understanding every line item often uncovers…

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5 Ways MPLS can Benefit Your Business

Multi Protocol Label Switching (MLPS) is a protocol used to manage digital traffic by assigning priorities to different kinds of digital data such as voice, video, and data. Network administrators assign quality of service (QoS) tags to prioritize data by type, ensuring that the information most important to your business has top priority. So while…

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Is ADSL Internet the Right Choice for My Business?

There are all kinds of internet connections, ranging from dirt-cheap dialup to the blazing speed of dedicated T1 lines. Most business needs fall somewhere in between, and for an average small business, ADSL may provide the best bang for your buck. The answer lies in use – what you require from your internet service is…

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VoIP Advantages for Small Business

Communications used to be a major business expense, but VoIP, or Voice over IP, technology offers more affordable options, but that’s not the only appeal of making the switch. Savvy business people are finding plenty of other reasons to consider making junk art out of antiquated telephony equipment. Cutting the clutter If you’re using an…

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What is VoIP?

VoIP, or  Voice over Internet Protocol, is an exciting technology that is revolutionizing communications for both business and consumers. Basically, it’s a method of converting analog audio signals and converting them to digital so that sounds can be transmitted over the internet-in real time, with crystal-clear clarity. Remember the hoopla about converting from analog to…

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