Monthly Archives: April 2009

Wireless Broadband Los Angeles (LA)

For many businesses, implementing broadband effected huge increases in productivity by making doing business, sharing ideas, and doing research much faster. Though another technology as transformational for business as the internet has yet to come along, the modernization of internet access through WiMAX technology allows wireless broadband Los Angeles (LA) users to access a faster, [...]

Los Angeles (LA) Hosted PBX

Over the last 15 years in Los Angeles (LA), hosted PBX systems have become more and more common as businesses begin to realize the benefits of not hosting their own telephone equipment. With expensive PRIs or analog circuits, private branch exchange equipment hosted in-house require investments and expertise in hardware, along with someone to administer [...]

High Speed Internet Los Angeles (LA)

When it comes to selecting a provider of high speed internet, Los Angeles (LA) businesses all too often follow the herd, and purchase service purely on the cheapest quote they receive and in so doing, do themselves a disservice by getting less performance and worse customer service and ultimately pay a higher price is lost [...]

Los Angeles (LA) Business VOIP

When it comes to Los Angeles (LA) business VOIP, the way businesses access the internet can make or break voice quality. In a word, while many ISPs market T1 and T3 lines that are supposed to be ideal for VOIP use, many of those are glorified DSLs, which do not have the qualities necessary to [...]

Los Angeles (LA) DSL

When it comes to selecting the adequate broadband service for your small business in Los Angeles (LA), DSL is an option definitely worth considering. Digital subscriber lines, aka DSLs, are one of the most affordable broadband options. And while many critics are quick cite DSL’s smaller bandwidth in relation to cable, there are a number [...]

Los Angeles (LA) WiMAX

Many people ask about the differences between Wi-Fi (802.11) and WiMAX (802.16), and why WiMAX is a faster, more reliable way to access the internet. Though they can both be used to provide service over long distances WiMAX is distinctly better than Wi-Fi in that WiMAX protocols are designed for long distances (generally up to [...]

Los Angeles (LA) broadband

When it comes to Los Angeles (LA) broadband, not all internet service providers (ISPs) are created equal. Many companies calling themselves ISPs do not even administer the products they sell because they do not have their own broadband infrastructure. Before they buy a T1 or T3, businesses should do some precautionary investigation that will keep [...]