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New technology allows businesses to use alternative workspace

April 26th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

WIth advancements in cloud computing, voice over IP and video conferencing solutions, alternative workspaces are becoming a viable option for businesses.

Viruses and spyware pose serious threat to mobile devices

April 19th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

As virus and spyware protection providers continue their efforts in response to the Flashback trojan that infected over 600,000 macs, a new threat to business technology is is rising up: mobile device malware.

Louisiana Parish approves video conferencing equipment for courtroom

April 18th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

The Lasalle Parish in Louisiana will soon be innovating their judicial approach by implementing video conferencing equipment to interact with individuals who are summoned in front of a judge.

Verizon’s new policy forces new customers to install traditional landline phone systems

April 10th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

Those who wish to enjoy Verizon’s DSL services for high speed internet without being tied to an unwanted landline may be out of luck.

Mobile printing may save the printing industry

April 5th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

The rise of mobile devices and tablets has spawned a new trend in business technology – mobile printing.

Internet experts reengineer Paris hotel’s Wi-Fi during conference

March 30th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

The building’s Wi-Fi connection was overloaded and moved at excruciatingly slow speeds.

Bowdoin College solves network problems highlighted by smartphone app

March 21st, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

Organizations that have large volumes of wireless internet usage are vulnerable to slow connection speeds and frequent periods of downtime.

How voice over IP brings businesses together

March 14th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

VoIP telephony systems transfer audio data digitally either over the internet or through a private point-to-point line.

Ethernet private lines make for faster, more secure point-to-point data transfer

March 13th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

The bandwidth connection that companies have traditionally used is TDM, but an Ethernet private line may be a better solution.

MPLS a sweet solution for businesses looking for improved communications

March 8th, 2012 Posted by Connectivity Services No Comment yet

With MPLS, businesses can send data faster and more efficiently than they could with traditional systems.