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Moving Your Business? Some Installation Guidelines

Recently we’ve been contacted by a number of businesses who are either moving locations, or are opening up new branches. Summer time is one of the best times to move, given that a rainstorm certainly won’t cause as much havoc as a blizzard will in mid-winter! While we’ve all gotten used to the fact that the Internet is pretty much Continue Reading...
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Dedicated Servers For eCommerce Websites

Thanks to the Internet and eCommerce, just about any company can now be open for business 24×7. Online shopping has been growing steadily, with recent research showing over 65% of consumers looking to shop online during the holiday season. Those people who are shopping online are also increasingly doing so with their smartphones and tablets as well. Businesses who want Continue Reading...
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Five Essential Tools For Your Virtual Business

We’ve written about telecommuting and specific productivity tools a few times on our blog. Studies have shown that giving employees the ability to telecommute has helped reduce company costs as well as improve workplace morale. In fact, a Deloitte study showed that telecommuting did all that in addition to helping reduce greenhouse emissions and reliance on fossil fuels. Over the Continue Reading...
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Three Reasons Your Business Should Use Metro Ethernet

Internet access has come a long way in just the past 15 years. Companies have a wide range of Internet access options to choose from, based on their network needs and budget, unlike “the good old days” when just about everyone was using dialup access. Businesses have gone from seeing the Internet as a potentially useful tool to considering it Continue Reading...
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Disaster Recovery and Your Small Business

Small business owners have a lot on their plates. Many are actively involved with day to day processes, working with customers, and are hands-on with their employees. Their business is their lifeblood, their pride and joy, and a primary driving factor in their lives. So – what would happen to that small business if a disaster were to occur, and Continue Reading...
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Three Keys To Working From Home This Summer

It looks like warm, summer weather has finally taken root here in New England. Well… we hope it has, at least. This IS New England, so it might be in the 40’s next week. Still, it’s almost summertime and that usually means vacations and situations where employees may need to work from home, or remotely from another location outside of Continue Reading...
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Telecom Essentials For Your Startup Business

Starting a new business is a daunting task – funding, location, business plans, employees… there are a lot of things to think about and get into place! Every business needs to have a number of services in place so they can effectively find clients, be found by potential clients, and help those clients once they come onboard. To help those Continue Reading...
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Is Your Web Browser Secure?

Microsoft once again found itself embroiled in a security issue when it was announced that multiple versions of Internet Explorer had a known vulnerability so bad that the US Department of Homeland Security advised web surfers to stop using it. Thankfully, the issue was fixed in both IE as well as Windows XP (despite Microsoft’s end of XP support) and users can Continue Reading...
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5 Things About Colocation That Will Help Your Company

Server colocation is a topic that comes up often in many IT departments. While it can be a good idea to have some servers onsite for ease of use and access, there are more than a few instances where colocating your servers in a secure datacenter can often provide a higher benefit than keeping them inside your office or company’s Continue Reading...
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Heartbleed and Your MegaNet Account Security

Last week, the Heartbleed bug made international news when it was discovered that many major organizations were identified as vulnerable, including Yahoo, Facebook, Tumblr, and Amazon Web Services. To be brief, the bug involved OpenSSL, a security device that has been in widespread use for years to protect data stored on servers, such as login credentials and user information. The Continue Reading...
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