Changing is hard and you have to find a way to let go, but when you’re considering letting go of your on-site phone system watch out. I’ll go through 3 common pitfalls that you aren’t being told about when you do decide to change that system.
Down to the individual level trying to persuade or force behavior on you or anyone else for that matter will be met with opposition. You see it daily on the various news outlets and you know that the outcomes of the behavior of those in authority wont be achieved no matter their resolve to do so. Same can be applied in business and in buying new technology for your employees. Here I’ll get into how you can turn your employees from quietly hating the IT department to being an advocate for your new ideas.
So, you have an app that is a thorn in your networks side. No matter what you do with it, strip it down to basic, compress it, WAN optimize it or throw it in the cloud it still under performs. You users start to complain, and your emails start to pile up with trouble tickets. You look at your network of 10 locations and don’t want to throw money at the circuits so what do you do? I’ll give you 3 ways to improve your app performance.
I believe in the power of the internet 100% and selling it fully throughout my telecom career. However, I can learn to adapt to what is important to customers and I always had it in the back of my head that it wasn’t getting a circuit. I’ll explain the reason why I have changed my mind when it comes to the internet.
1. That day when you look at your data bill and see that 50Mb line you subscribed to 4 years ago is way too high. I mean greater than $2000 a month high. We all know technology changes and that does not exclude fiber availability. For $2000 today you can get between 500Mb to 1Gb depending on the fiber provider in your area.
Where Glendale is should be the question. It’s about 10 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles tucked in between Burbank and Pasadena. You can find some of the more well-known brands in Glendale from Nestle which has its main offices there to Disney and IHOP. Needless to say if you are thinking about moving your business to this area you will find that you have options connectivity. Let’s get into who you can find for reliable fiber internet service.
Now we’re talking, Culver City is an awesome town surrounded by Los Angeles. It is really known for television and film studios most notably Sony Pictures, Culver Studios and the NFL Network. If you drive down on Jefferson you will see that it is a great place to set up shop with your business. Some other notable companies have expanded into the Hayden Tract business park area as well as this part of Culver City has warehouse type of buildings which are good for creating content and housing more employees. Recently Amazon Studios moved to the Culver Studio lot to continue making their great content as well. I will get into who you can expect to find from a fiber provider perspective. Let’s do this!
This part of town you might always think you’re in Santa Monica, or Century City but you’re not. The Olympic Corridor is just off the 10 West Freeway leading into Santa Monica or up towards Rancho Park which is in Los Angeles as well. You will find that you have a mixture of media and entertainment companies, broadcasting and law firms calling this part of Los Angeles home. If you decide to move your business to this area you have a great selection of high end commercial properties to choose from. Additionally the property managers that own these buildings are top notch and always have the best to offer new and prospective tenants. What can you expect to find when it comes to fiber internet services though? Let’s dive in!
Brentwood is an awesome part of Los Angeles right off the 405 freeway leading into Santa Monica from Wilshire Blvd. As you enter the city you’ll find high rise office buildings on Wilshire and you can also go down San Vicente where you’ll also find great places to hand out at. You will also find it business friendly as well but what can you find when it comes to fiber service providers? Let’s get into it.