Connectivity is at the core of the Internet of Things (IoT). With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, connectivity became one of the biggest challenges for businesses as supply chains and day-to-day operations were thrown into disarray.
With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, outdoor dining and takeout grew in popularity. This paved the way for the food truck industry to make its mark, allowing both popular and local restaurants to expand their reach.
Construction companies need constant communication to keep their operations running efficiently. With tight project deadlines, network outages and communication interruptions could mean costly delays.
A backup Internet connection is integral to both the restaurant and retail industries. Payment terminals and POS systems are used throughout the building and all of these devices are dependent on the Internet to complete transactions.
Business continuity is a must in the healthcare industry. If the Internet goes out, so does access to any and all Cloud and Internet-based & mission-critical applications like Electronic Health Records (EHR) and messaging portals.
Companies with a global presence are constrained by roaming limitations from domestic carriers. Large providers are focused on domestic use and offer international roaming as an add-on to address vocational travel needs.
Employee phone usage can vary. It is often difficult to predict the right plan for your company. Customers typically select rate plans that are either too small or too large. In the event of a smaller plan, overages can inflate the bill.