When Microsoft first unveiled its .Net Framework, people were overwhelmingly ecstatic about the prospects it could offer. A new industry-standard for businesses to work within meant greater connectivity and efficiency not just online but also within any company using the Framework. This new Framework also opened the door even wider for budding entrepreneurs looking to start their dream business from home. With this software, a multitude of online tasks and management options were open to the user from memory management to the handling of virtual environments – remote hosting and teleconferencing to name a few of those features. However, as more and more people began to use it, they started to notice the strain being put on the network and that led to a new problem for anyone lacking the kind of robust network to handle all of this online activity.
For most people, when faced with the issue of too much online activity and not having a strong enough network infrastructure, the answer is simply to look into a XO Communications or a T1 internet connection. By investing in a strong network backbone like that, your business can handle all of those online tasks without missing a step because, let’s face it, when you lose time on the network, you lose time doing business and that can make or break a company.