4 Things an Independent Telecom Agent Will Do for You that a Direct Carrier Sales Rep Won’t
When your business is in the process of purchasing new telecom services, you basically have two options—you can go directly through a service provider’s sales representative or request a meeting with an independent telecom agent. Some business owners believe that going directly to the service provider is faster, easier and cheaper. Perhaps they think that the independent agent will charge consulting fees or take longer to schedule a meeting. They couldn’t be more wrong.
Are you moving to a new location? Adding employees? Tired of internet service that makes you think back to the old dial up days? Ready to toss your laptop out the window because it dropped another Voice over IP call? Before picking up the phone to call your carrier, here are 4 things you must know…
99.9% network reliability plus the speed you and your customers depend on.
Verizon offers speeds up to 500 Mbps with no caps on internet usage, plus they are the only provider to be recognized in Gartner’s Magic Quadrants for network services and security simultaneously. From blazing fast internet to VoIP and standard phone solutions, they offer scalable solutions that grow with your business, providing you with security and reliability you can count on.
As a Verizon partner, nQuery can assess whether their services are the right fit for your business, compared with hundreds of other solutions we bring to the table.
Emilio and his team at nQuery were instrumental in helping us make the right move to a better internet service provider. They did all the legwork and presented the pros and cons of each option while serving as liaison to ensure the migration was seamless. We highly recommend Emilio and the team at nQuery for their professionalism and knowledge. — Leo Gonzalez, Sharp Insurance Agency
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‘WannaCry’ ransomware evolves despite attempts to kill it
There were predictions that the fast-spreading “WannaCry ” (aka “WannaCrypt”) ransomware would quickly evolve to get around its domain-based kill switch, and, well… the predictions were right. Security researchers have discoveredvariants of the Windows malware that either have different kill switches (easy to stop by purchasing the web domain) or don’t have a kill switch at all. MalwareTech’s initial findings might have stopped the original WannaCry in its tracks, but that was really just a speed bump for malicious coders.