I’ve spent some time talking about training techniques and Six Sigma and now I would like to change gears to address another concern facing the beginning business – network usability. Sure, while it might be nice to know all the right business practices and trainings necessary to foster both professionalism and efficiency, another factor key to the extended life of a business is a good network – it’s one of the ways they expand and grow. Most companies get their business internet through XO Communications services and that’s because when you get a t1 network it makes doing business online that much easier.
We use the internet a lot. Businesses are packed full of employees who are using the internet and the office network for any number of online tasks – online shipping and purchasing, teleconferencing with clients across the globe, or just keeping track of interoffice memos. These tasks are all in addition to any number of other tasks being performed on the network that may not be entirely related to business – streaming radio, visiting YouTube or sending viral emails. These can all add up to a tremendous bulk that can ultimately take down a network and a business, which is why, if you want to stay on top, you need the right t1 network.