Category Archives: News

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VoIP Home Office Tax Advantage

VoIP has proven to be a valuable service for home-based businesses in many ways. A small operation can be given the appearance of a large brick and mortar by using an extensive phone menu (also known as an IVR), inbound calls can be routed to cell phones, and users have a much lower monthly cost than traditional business-class phone services Continue Reading...
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Live, Local Support

Email us at support at meganet dot netTweet us @meganetcapecomParticipate in an online chat at http://support.meganet.net/ We also have many online support resources for our clients to use, which can be found at http://www.meganet.net/support and may help answer your question right away. MegaNet also proactively monitors leased lines (T1, wireless, fiber, server colocations) 24×7 for status. In many cases, we’ll Continue Reading...
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Voice over IP (VoIP) FAQ

Of all of the services we offer, VoIP tends to be the one most asked about. Many of our clients ask about how it works, the quality of calls, etc. and we’d like to help answer some of those questions for you right now. 1) How is the quality of the phone calls? This is the most commonly asked questions, and Continue Reading...
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Are you ensuring business continuity?

he East Coast (our main service area) was hit earlier this month by Hurricane Irene, and while the Northeast didn’t take the brunt of the hit, many areas were still hit hard by power and telco outages. As a managed services provider, we have redundant power, backup generators, and multiple backbone connections to ensure our core services are not impacted Continue Reading...
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Hurricane Irene

Here’s how: Power – All MegaNet facilities are backed up by both UPS (uninterruptible power supplies) as well as generators. In the event of a major outage, all internal MegaNet servers and hardware are protected immediately by UPS units and our generators kick in within 7 seconds (these are tested weekly). The generators are able to run for a minimum Continue Reading...
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More Data Breaches Reported

The Lone Star State reported that the personal identifiable information (PII) of 3.5 million of state residents was inadvertently placed on a publicly accessible server. “The data came from the Teacher Retirement System of Texas, the Texas Workforce Commission, and the Employees Retirement System of Texas, all of whom transferred the unencrypted data (against state policy) between January and May Continue Reading...