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As you know, internet connectivity is one of the most critical needs any business has today. We discussed in a previous blog how to look at your business in-depth so you can get a better idea of your internet needs. Once you’ve done this, you will be ready to look at some of the possibilities for internet access and choose the best one. We’ve put together some of the pros and cons of the main options—to make the decision easier for you.
Internet connectivity is a fundamental element of nearly every type of business today. That’s why it is more important than ever that you choose the best internet connection for your business — both for today’s needs and to address future growth. We’ve put together a guide (this is part one of two), to help you choose the right type of internet connection for your business. In this section of the guide, we’ll help you assess the needs of your business so you can determine whether you would be best served by Fiber Optic, Cable, DSL or a Wireless connection when researching internet providers. We’ve focused on some of the essential needs that many businesses have — maybe some of these issues hit home for you, too.
First, there was the computer revolution and now it is the internet revolution. Businesses small and large now use the internet for a variety of tasks, especially those firms that utilize cloud-based utilities, software and storage. Because of this, the internet connection you choose can have a major impact on productivity, employee satisfaction and most importantly—your bottom line. Many business owners don’t have the knowledge, or time to invest, to understand the differences in available services. However, a simple overview of the pros and cons of cable and fiber optic internet services can help you determine which one will work best for your particular situation.