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4 Ways Copper Cable Internet Is Killing Your Business Growth


With every month that passes, it is becoming more and more apparent that copper cable internet is on its way out and fiber optic internet is quickly taking its place. For small- and medium-sized business owners, choosing between the two could be the same as determining the success of their operations.

According to a recent Pew Research survey, 46% of workers feel more productive when they have internet access. It follows that with better internet, your team members can feel (and be) even more productive—with clearer audio and video signals for conference calls, faster download speeds, and better security features, they can get more done in a shorter amount of time without risking your company’s future. In a world that is increasingly moving toward a virtual workforce, that’s a sound investment.

So why should you invest in fiber for your business?

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Tips for a more accurate speed test

As a business, it’s pretty important that you have fast internet. Otherwise, your clients and your business suffers at the hand of molasses-like internet.

So, how do you check to see if your upload and download speeds are, shall we say, up to speed? Well, some of those speed test sites aren’t always accurate. There are a bunch of variables, of course, but here are 5 great ways you can make sure your internet speed test is accurate.