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Keeping Your Data and Clients Protected and Secure

We’ve talked about the importance of data security a number of times here on on blog, because it’s crucial that businesses help protect themselves, and their clients. Our 20117 Ready site has a number of services and items that any business should look into in order to be compliant with various laws and regulations; that site was specifically set up Continue Reading...
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What Are All Those Taxes and Fees On A Phone and Internet Bill?

One of the most common frustrations we hear from potential new clients has to do with the  billing from their current Internet and phone provider. Many times, they’ll sign up with someone, maybe it’s because they saw a promotional price on an advertisement, or they were provided a proposal from someone at the company, and they’ll be anticipating paying a Continue Reading...
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Metro Ethernet Speeds and Uses

Metro Ethernet is quickly becoming one of the more popular bandwidth services for businesses, especially those who need a large amount of bandwidth in mission-critical situation (that is, their business relies on their Internet access). Metro Ethernet helps provide an upgrade path from single or bonded T1 services at a great price level that even a few years ago wasn’t Continue Reading...
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Telecommuting With the Proper Internet and Voice Tools

This week, one of the biggest pieces of news (if not *the* biggest) was Yahoo’s announcement to their workforce that as of later this year, they could no longer telecommute. With high speed Internet access in nearly every residence, companies have become quite used to, if not encouraging of, workers telecommuting on an occasional or full time basis. Based on Continue Reading...
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Advantages of Wireless Internet Access in Fall River

Customers local to our main office in Fall River, Massachusetts are very familiar with our two wireless Internet offerings. For residential and small business users, we offer MegaBroadband service which is a DSL equivalent service. And for businesses that rely on the Internet heavily, we offer a commercial class service called MegaNet Business Wireless. Both services are available throughout the Continue Reading...
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When Your DSL’s Down, And It Don’t Look Good, Who Ya Gonna Call?

First of all, apologies to Ray Parker, Jr.! However, the sentiment behind our homage to his lyrics is true – if your Internet DSL or T1 connection is down, or your email doesn’t seem to be working properly, who are you going to call? Our clients know that they can call our Support department, email us with questions, visit our Continue Reading...
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Why Aren’t Small and Medium Businesses Using Data Backup Services?

Losing data is an inevitable situation when your business uses computers nearly every day, all day long. Data backup services are the easiest way to help protect a company’s digital property when used on an ongoing basis. Backing up daily to a cloud data backup service, or to a local backup system, is critical to business continuity. Yet, with so Continue Reading...
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Update On Outages After This Weekend’s Blizzard

Now that everyone’s shoveled out and resuming their normal routines, many companies are headed back to the office to discover their Internet connections may be down. Our staff has been working diligently since Friday afternoon to stay on top of weather-related issues, and at this point it appears that the majority of problems customers are experiencing are due to either Continue Reading...
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A statement regarding severe weather affecting Northeast customers

The Northeast region of the United States is expecting historic snowfall, according to reports. Service disruptions are a possibility. MegaNet network operations will be monitoring all services around-the-clock during this event and will be addressing any outages, should they arise. We recommend directing any service-related inquiries via email: support@meganet.net. We appreciate your understanding....
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Should Your Business Have A Backup Internet Connection?

With Superstorm Nemo, or Blizzardcane Nemo, or Winter Storm Nemo… whatever they’re calling this walloping the NorthEast’s about to get, the issue of business continuity has come up with a few of our clients. In particular, the issue of backup connections has popped up a few times, as it did when the East Coast was hit by Hurricane Sandy – should Continue Reading...
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