Leased lines and broadband both claim they can provide your business with a high-speed internet connection. But there are differences between them that impacts the speed you are actually able to get. These differences are what makes leased lines more reliable. But the size of your network and the applications you use will ultimately help you choose between a leased line or broadband.
Did you know you can cut hardware costs, retain talented staff and make customers happier with your business telephone? You can also use it to help grow your business and enable your IT team to work more efficiently. To experience these benefits, all you have to do is upgrade your phone system to hosted telephony.
Your business needs an internet connection. There is a choice between a wireless or a fibre leased line. But what exactly are they? How will they benefit your company? And how do you choose one over the other?
Moving into a new office comes with lots of optimism and stress, so it is easy to leave or forget about getting your internet connection installed until the last minute. You may think this can be organised after you have moved in but leaving your connectivity until this late stage can have some upsetting consequences for your finances, productivity and sanity.
A leased line can provide your business with a faster internet connection than broadband. But with several options available, how do you choose the right one? Cost, availability, speeds, support and installation times all play a part in making the most appropriate choice. One might be faster than the others but speed should not be your only consideration.
At Optimity, we’ve been helping London’s thriving businesses to empower themselves and boost productivity with powerful internet connections. Right now, companies can apply to do these things with us at a lower cost than usual.
Optimity will be exhibiting at IP Expo Europe on the 3rd - 4th October, at the London ExCel. Visit our stand, see our unique wireless technology in action and hear about our partner program.
We’ve launched a brand new look and introduced a new executive team to drive the next phase of growth within our fixed wireless network and managed services divisions. Our new branding has an ‘O’ theme to it, and to coincide, we’ve also fired up a new ‘opti’ range of solutions.