What is bandwidth? This guide by MegaPath helps you understand what it is, how it works, how it differs versus “speed,” and much more.
What is a good internet speed? This guide by MegaPath helps you understand how to gauge good upload and download internet speeds.
Selecting the right Internet service for your business starts with understanding how your employees will use your connection to accomplish your business goals. Our Infographic walks you through the choices.
Selecting a business Internet provider involves more than a quick comparison of broadband speed and pricing. To help you find a provider that will best serve your business needs, take a look at our Infographic.
The need for Internet connectivity is indispensable for business. In fact, it could be argued that it’s a basic requirement that underpins successful global commerce and economic progress.
Redundant Internet connections as well as circuit monitoring, load balancing, and failover services are becoming mainstream. That’s because a solid Internet connection is mission-critical for most businesses. And even the most resilient business-class Internet services are vulnerable to the unexpected.
You’ve likely experienced it at least once: either a brief or persistent slowdown in your Internet download or upload speed. What are the possible causes? What can you do to discover the cause?
Every week, businesses across the country are converting to Hosted Voice over IP (VoIP) communication systems by the thousands. Many businesses may not realize the importance that the reliability of their Local Area Network (LAN) and broadband connection play in VoIP’s service delivery and call quality.
MegaPath leads the industry as the largest provider of on-net Ethernet over Copper services in the U.S. And we’re building on that achievement every day.
With MegaPath’s new Managed WiFi solution, it’s now easier for businesses to provide WiFi access without the burden of setting up and managing the wireless LAN.
A fast connection is great, but speed, alone, doesn’t guarantee that your broadband service will support all the applications your business is using.
The ads tout Cable as a viable business Internet service. A closer look, however, may reveal otherwise.
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.
If you've heard the hype about cable Internet for business, here are three important questions to ask the provider first.
If you haven’t said “goodbye” to traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN) systems for your business, you will be. Probably sooner than you think.
A Top 10 list of the most broadband-connected cities in the United States and their average price per month.
The advent of wireless data connectivity isn't limited to smart phones. It also boosts how nimbly businesses can perform.
Are your voice/data communications services getting muscled over by Bandwidth Hogs? Like a pack of loud motorcycle riders on Harleys, the Bandwidth Hogs crowd the entire highway on your network. And, worse yet, you often won't notice until the resulting clutter disrupts your business.
Simplify, streamline, and save with integrated communication and collaboration services.
Whoever said, 'What you don’t know can’t hurt you ...' obviously wasn’t referring to IT security.