If you own a small business, then you certainly understand the importance of a business communications network that offers both functionality and affordability. But, as a leading PBX Systems and VoIP Phone Systems supplier, with the most cost-efficient Colocation Data Center in New York, small business owners ask us all the time why they need a network instead of just a regular landline.
We’ll, we’re here to answer that question once and for all.
Let’s begin by defining the term networking. Networking is basically tying together voice, data, video conference, wireless, instant messaging as well as other business communication tools and applications. In other words, “Networking is the practice of linking two or more computing devices together for the purpose of sharing data.” (Source: About.com)
Keep in mind that small businesses are now moving away from old-school PBX to Internet Protocol network because it allows them to work from remote locations with ease. Imagine being hundreds of miles away on a business trip and speaking with employees as if you were down the hall. That’s what VoIP does, and it does it better than any other technology available out there.
Networking Services - a Must!
Running a small business requires many hats, but, let’s face it, no one is an expert at everything. Leave your networking to the experts. No matter the size of your business, it’s important to be prepared for life’s emergencies. Having an IT technician is not possible for most small companies, but acquiring Networking Services from an expert in the field is both inexpensive and indispensable.
Networking services that will benefit your small business include, but are not limited to:
Design and engineering of networks and equipment
Outside plant construction
Central office equipment/inside plant works
Emergency restoration and disaster recovery
Turnkey walk-in-cabinets and shelters
Wireless network services
Material management and staging services
Network Gear: Quality is Key