Did you know that most phone calls these days are transmitted via the Internet? If you have reliable Internet service, you can probably save money by switching to a VOIP service. Whether you go with your local Cable TV company or use a SIP Provider such as RingCentral (or others), you can get the same features or more than you are currently getting from your local carrier…often at a fraction of the cost. The primary concern here is that you have to have reliable Internet Service. The average VOIP call requires about 100 kbps (kilobits per second). Most of our Internet Service Providers offer aRead More →

With the technology available today, it is more affordable than ever to get your facilities connected to each other. In the past, if you wanted to connect your home or office to your barn, warehouse, workshop or additional office space, you would need to either bury cables or suspend cables between buildings. These options were expensive, unattractive, and could cause electrical issues. Now with affordable devices such as Ubiquiti’s Nano Station AC Loco, short-range connections between buildings are available and affordable. You can extend your network and phone system (if you are using VOIP) to all the buildings on your “campus”! Need to go long range? UbiquitiRead More →

Many people ask which is better. I’ve always said, “Wired is always faster and more reliable than wireless.” Having said that, in many instances, wireless is more cost effective and convenient than pulling cable to the computer. Some programs require a more persistent connection than WIFI provides for. If you are using WIFI in your business, make sure you are utilizing robust hardware, such as any of the Ubiquiti products. We have been installing the Ubiquiti UniFi Access Points (AP) for a number of years and have yet to see any failures. Right now the most common UniFi Access Point we are using is the UniFiRead More →