An increasing number of people are relying on the internet for work, education and entertainment. Internet demand during the pandemic has increased as much as 70%. Almost 60% of internet traffic is video, which utilizes more bandwidth. This has placed greater demand on the network infrastructure, reducing the bandwidth available for each user, and is leaving people frustrated at seemingly slow internet speeds.
Demand for your WiFi network has increased while working from home (WFH), reducing the bandwidth available for each device and causing added frustration to remote employees and their teams that are already struggling to adapt during this pandemic. There are a few tricks you can use to boost your home WiFi performance.
As an IT company we've had our fair share of dealing with viruses, but this one is unique.
Wherever you go today, everyone is talking about the Corona virus (COVID-19). The numbers are growing with almost 100,000 cases reported worldwide, to date and far outpacing the SARS epidemic in early 2000s. Depending on who you listen to, some news reports are framing it as an epidemic of borderline extinction.
When it comes to the debate about whether you can get more work done at home than in the office, the interesting divide is between those who have tried it and those who have not. An even 50 percent of those who have tried it say they are more productive at home.
With Avaya remote office worker capabilities, anyone can work from anywhere.
Are you considering opening a new location? Do you wish that your team could work from a remote office location? If you have been thinking of expanding the capabilities of your technology and want to save costs on real estate.