×Bagikan halaman ini

Can Your Network Bandwidth Support Your Remote Workers and Customers?

whitelabelitsolutions.com logoDesember 27, 2020 - Today, more people are staying at home to work remotely and shop online, rather than going to physical offices or shops. That means your remote workforce and customers are putting more stress on your network. Soon, the health of your business will depend on your network’s ability to handle this surge in traffic. Slow response times or, worse, system crashes, will cost you in employee productivity and business revenues. It’s important to have the network bandwidth to handle this influx. In this post, we review the questions you should ask of your current network.

Do you have the network bandwidth to handle the rise in traffic?
Determining how much network bandwidth you might need depends on multiple factors. One is the number of workers and customers who will access the network. Another is what applications they’ll use and what type of content and transactions will travel over the network. To ensure that your customers and employees will be able to successfully access your web site and work applications, you’ll need to ask some questions about your network and your network provider. Following are four key questions to evaluate your preparedness.

Is your service provider prepared to significantly increase your network bandwidth?
The first step is to ask your service provider about its capability to quickly scale up your bandwidth. With so many companies moving to work-from-home models, some providers are struggling to meet the demand.

Providers with multiple connections to other network providers can offer more consistently high quality performance. The more direct, or on-net, connections, the better the service. Many TierPoint data centers, for example, have five or more on-net providers to ensure there are alternate routes for traffic and give you more choice in network services. For instance, if your web site or employees handle videos or other large files, you may want content delivery network (CDN) services. CDNs serve as content proxies at the edge of networks to enable content to be closer to the customer, reducing bandwidth and increase responsiveness.

Whitelabel ITSolutions staff have substantial knowledge of network design, planning, and service options. Contact us to learn about improving your network performance and positioning your business to scale.

whitelabelitsolutions.com Membaca: 326 | Kategori: General | Sumber: WHTop : www.WHTop.com
Sumber: https://whitelabelitsolutions.com/can-your-network-bandwidth-support-your-remote-workers-and-customers/

Perusahaan: White Label IT Solutions

Ingin menambahkan berita situs web atau siaran pers? Lakukan saja, gratis! Menggunakan tambahkan berita hosting web!


Okt 12, 2021 - Is 5G Technology Dangerous? - The technology world has been ranting about the possibilities of 5G technology. There is always lot of energy around the release of new technology. The buzz around 5G still hasn’t come down, but now the buzz has taken a turn and is around the negative impact and serious concern about the potential health risks.

The main argument is that because 5G technology is using such high-frequency radio airwaves that dangerous levels of radiation could be possible. The fear that radiation from 5G wireless technology being dangerous to public health has been circulating for some time. But many people claim that these are merely conspiracies. CNET believes 5G is most likely not making anyone sick. ...
Sep 29, 2021 - Whitelabel ITSolutions Joins Frankfurt Internet Peering Exchange Providing a Larger European Reach - By Whitelabel ITSolutions partaking in De-Cix’s Frankfurt Exchange, our customers are one connection away from hundreds of major telecom and data networks on a single highly available service platform.
Frankfurt is Europe’s digital capital, and with more than 10 Terabit per second peak traffic, DE-CIX Frankfurt is the world’s leading Internet Exchange. Right in the heart of Europe, you can reach more Eastern European networks than at any other Internet Exchange in the world.

Hundreds of networks peer in Frankfurt

More than 1000 networks are connected to DE-CIX in Frankfurt. Access is available in 30+ data centers in Frankfurt, and during peak traffic times, more than 10 Terabit per ...
Des 27, 2020 - What Is A Business Email Compromise? - With the world depending more than ever on virtual services, scam artists are always finding ways to get access to easy money.

Business Email Compromise (BEC), also known as Email Account Compromise (EAC) is a scam that targets specifically all of those organizations that regularly perform wire transfer payments and/or have foreign suppliers. It is known to be one of the most financially damaging online crimes; it is extremely profitable for cyber-criminals by doing only a minimum effort. Nowadays, communications for both personal and professional purposes are done through email, making BEC scams very popular.

As any other entrepreneurs, hackers are now researching before launching a ...
Des 27, 2020 - Meeting Pandemic Era Digital Service Needs With Colocation - New York and New Jersey colocation facilities have met the changing needs and the uptick in colocation usage during the COVID-19 outbreak. But the reality of the pandemic’s long-term implications for permanent remote work, telehealth, distance education, and more are now becoming clear. This shift is once again redefining the role of colocation services in New Jersey once gain for businesses. In the broader pandemic picture across the country, over 30 states are now identified as COVID-19 hotspots. This puts yet another burden on businesses that now must rely on teleconferencing to do business with others from outside the area because of the quarantine rule.

Healthcare and education are ...
Des 27, 2020 - Remote Work Best Practices - There is no magic formula for remote work, but there are certain practices that will definitely make it better.

After the coronavirus pandemic, the demand for remote work has risen since most industries shifted to a virtual environment. Not everyone is suited for this approach and many people are still trying to figure out how it works, just by doing their best to stay happy and productive.

Although it’s been around 8 months since the outbreak of COVID-19 started, it’s a fact that remote work has many challenges. These obstacles have been more evident in those industries that were not used to this approach, and individuals as well as entire organizations are still struggling to make it ...