Many people are switching to wireless broadband, Los Angeles especially. It’s just a simpler way to access high speed broadband without laying any cable, saving you the hassle and expense of having to implement the last mile of infrastructure. With wireless technology, broadband Internet is accessible anywhere you can use a mobile phone. Anyone with [...]
Monthly Archives: June 2009
Unlike traditional PRI circuits utilized by many PBX systems, sip trunks don’t have to be bought in batches of up to 23 lines. Users simply pay $200 to $500 for the sip trunk as a monthly service fee and in return get unlimited lines - the utmost flexibility of adding lines or scaling back, as [...]
When it comes to Los Angeles WiMax, many people wonder how it’s different from Wi-Fi. The answer is simple. WiMax goes the distance.
Granted, both can provide access across distances, but whereas Wi-Fi is designed to for distances of 100 to 200 feet, WiMax users can enjoy distances of up to 10 miles. WiMax protocol also [...]
It’s okay to admit it. You’ve got more than enough to do. Running your own business involves juggling responsibilities like flaming torches- one wrong move, and you’re on fire.
Why not make it easier on yourself with a hosted PBX system? It’s really an ideal way to save money, since you’ll no longer be responsible for [...]
Although cable isn’t always an option for all business buildings, high speed Internet can still be viable through Los Angeles DSL.
Digital subscriber lines, also known as DSL, are one of the most affordable options for high speed browsing. It’s also an alternative that’s widely available. Many business buildings such as small company storefronts, especially some [...]
If you’ve got a web business, any time it’s offline, money is being flushed right down the drain.
You can’t run a successful website if it’s not accessible. When your website’s out of commission, your business is out of commission. Each second down means more customers who can’t find you- customers that will potentially go right [...]
Business is tight. Expenses are up, markets are down, and it’s getting harder and harder to turn a profit and still meet your business commitments.
At the same time that costs are going up, the competitive nature of the global marketplace insists that you improve the quality of your services. It’s survival of the fittest. In [...]