Learn about leased line technologies and fibre broadband to help you choose the best solution for your business.
It is increasingly rare in modern times to find a business that doesn’t rely heavily on the internet for its day-to-day activities. From simple email and web browsing to cloud services and data storage, a fast and reliable internet connection is a staple for the majority of businesses across the UK. Continue reading “Leased Line vs Fibre Broadband – What Is the Best Choice for Your Business?”
Discover the key differences between EFM and leased lines and find out which would best suit your business needs
The internet has changed many aspects of our day-to-day lives. Increasingly, we shop and bank online, keep in touch with our families via social media and stream our entertainment. Of course, it’s changed the business world too, bringing improved communication, as-a-service software, and cheap cloud storage within reach of even small businesses. But none of this is possible without fast connections to the web.
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Find out about the differences between leased lines and broadband and which would be the right choice for you
Once upon a time using the internet meant using dial-up. It was slow, it was unreliable and it tied up the phone line for long periods of time which upset your family when they couldn’t get through. Then in the mid-1990s came broadband. It was fast, it was on all the time and people could still get through on the phone. The 2010s saw the spread of fibre broadband. It was very fast and meant that you could download large files and stream high-definition media, and still make phone calls.
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Learn about leased line connectivity and the benefits your business could get by switching to a dedicated connection
There can’t be many businesses today that don’t use the internet to some extent. Almost everyone uses email or some form of eCommerce or online banking. But the demands we place on the web are increasing. Many companies now rely on the cloud for storage or to run systems; they use IP-based communication systems, and they host their own websites or intranets. All of this places greater emphasis than ever before on having a fast, reliable connection to the internet.
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Find out about the different types of leased lines and which would be the best solution for your business
If you run a business you almost certainly use computers and the internet. We’ve moved on considerably in the last 20 years or so, with superfast broadband connection now available across most of the UK. But while this is great for home users, businesses can often find the nature of broadband rather restrictive. There is, however, an alternative in the form of leased lines. But just what is a leased line internet connection, how does it differ from broadband, and what can it do for your business?
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What is the meaning of leased line and what should you consider when choosing your business solution?
For anyone looking to get a new internet connection for their business, there can be a bewildering variety of options. If you don’t have much experience in this area it’s easy to believe that broadband is the only solution available. But when it comes to business use there are alternatives such as leased lines which may offer a better option. So, what is the meaning of leased line and how can one help your business? Continue reading “What Is the Meaning of Leased Line?”
Discover how a leased line could help your business run more smoothly and get the most out of the cloud
A leased line is a private data connection between two sites. These are mainly used by businesses, either to give them a dedicated link to an internet service provider or to link together systems on different sites. What purpose does a leased line serve? Although mainly used to transfer data around, they can also be used to link telephone systems, allowing businesses to have a centralised telephone system spanning several different sites.
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Discover the key differences between leased lines and broadband, and find out which would benefit your business
Since the demise of slow and unreliable dial-up services, it can be easy to fall into the trap of believing that broadband is the only game in town when it comes to connecting to the internet. But while that might be true for domestic use, when it comes to businesses there are alternatives such as leased lines which may offer a more attractive option. So when you’re looking at connection options for your business, which is better – leased line or broadband?
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When it comes to your day-to-day business activities, what does leased line mean and what are the benefits?
The internet has become an essential tool for business in the last few years. But the needs of business users tend to be very different from those of individuals. This means that the broadband services so heavily promoted to and popular with domestic users often place unacceptable limitations on businesses. Continue reading “What Does Leased Line Mean?”
When considering leased line vs broadband there are many things to consider. Which one would suit your needs?
It’s an increasingly rare business in the modern world that doesn’t rely upon the internet to some extent. Indeed, as systems and data move to the cloud, a reliable, fast internet connection is often essential to day-to-day operation. Similarly, as businesses become more geographically diverse they need their branch offices and staff to be able to access central office data as they need it and without any performance penalty.
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