Today, your internet connection may be the most important connection in your network.
If you are in business, you have an internet connection. From DSL to Cable to Ethernet, access to the internet is a requirement today. It is also a requirement that continues to grow. More data, more applications, and more information reside on networks accessible through the internet than ever before and the amount continues to grow with cloud computing applications, home workers and wireless users connecting to your network from anywhere in the world. Today, your internet connection may be the most important connection in your network.
ARG has access to proprietary fiber maps and lit building lists to identify options that you may not be aware of for your building. You can access ARG’s expertise at no charge when you engage ARG to consult with you on the design and implementation of a fully redundant internet solution to ensure that your business never loses connectivity to the internet. ARG can bring options from over 300 service providers to give you a wide selection of alternatives and the real world experience with each to provide you with the information you need to make the best choice.
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