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The ads tout Cable as a viable business Internet service. A closer look, however, may reveal otherwise.
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Companies that virtualize some or all of their infrastructure encounter a different set of security concerns.
With cyber threats becoming increasingly common, do you want a secure yet flexible way to access your corporate data and applications from outside the office? You need a VPN. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) secures a user’s Internet connection by encrypting all data that is sent and received.
If your business can’t afford even a minimal service disruption, you should consider a cost-effective failover solution to maintain critical operations.
You’ve probably heard cable Internet services touted as business-ready. Although these services are appropriate for some situations, they often do not qualify as business-class. When you are choosing an Internet Service Provider for your business, look for one that has built its services around the needs of businesses and offers a range of fast, reliable access services.