Get to Know Wi-Fi 6… Faster, More Range, Supports More Devices
Posted on Jan 30, 2020 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

Wi-Fi is already the primary connectivity method for billions of devices, users and things. Now the wireless technology has taken a giant leap with Wi-Fi 6, offering even higher performance to support your current and emerging business applications. For starters, Wi-Fi 6 – also known as 802.11ax – delivers nearly 4 times the speed of […]

Your People Are on the Move… Is Your Building’s WiFi Keeping Up?
Posted on Jan 10, 2020 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

With the proliferation of mobile and WiFi enabled devices, every business is adapting to keep up with more devices, access points, bandwidth, and the latest high-speed IEEE 802.11 standards. Secure Wireless LANs allow your employees to work anywhere in your building or campus, with convenient, worry-free access to the Internet or your local IT resources.

Comcast Services Checklist for Small Business… You Never Know What You Might be Missing
Posted on Jun 30, 2017 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

If your small business does not need a fiber connection or an advanced voice connection, there are other ways to improve performance with Comcast services.

Mitel Brings Improved Bluetooth to Desk Phones
Posted on Mar 10, 2017 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

With the consumerization of IT, technologies that consumers adopt typically soon make their way into the workplace. That’s certainly the case with Bluetooth…

Voice Over WiFi vs DECT: What You Need to Know
Posted on Jan 30, 2017 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

If you’re looking for a way to add mobility to your workplace communications, you’ve likely explored the option of leveraging your existing WiFi infrastructure. At first glance, it seems like an ideal solution – money saved, plus mobility benefits. But when it comes to carrying voice, is WiFi always up to the task?

Is your Wireless Network as fast as your best people?
Posted on Aug 30, 2016 in Jeff Nolte's Blog

With the proliferation of Wi-Fi enabled devices, every business is adapting to keep up with more devices, access points, bandwidth, and the latest high-speed IEEE 802.11 standards.