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How smart is your business?

Posted by Mark Richie on Aug 11, 2021 1:00:21 PM

Each small business is unique in its own way. From the size of its staff to the variety of products and services it offers, there’s no shortage of nuances that make each one an invaluable part of our economy and a staple of its surrounding community. There is an advantage, however, that can help yours stand out and thrive: Intelligent Wi-Fi.

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Topics: Internet, Technology

The Secret to Successful Small Business Ownership

Posted by Mark Richie on Nov 24, 2020 10:30:49 AM

In today’s world, small business ownership can feel like being on a rollercoaster, with each week having its own unique set of highs and lows. And while these victories and challenges are routine for small businesses, there is a secret to making them a little less scary and unpredictable: great business communication powered by super fast, reliable Internet.

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Topics: Internet

Powering your business from anywhere

Posted by Mark Richie on Jul 31, 2020 12:31:00 PM

Get your business back to business . Having the ability to work remote and from anywhere is now more important than ever. As our environment has changed ever so quickly, businesses have had to ask themselves if they are prepared for our new reality working in a virtual climate. Take the comfort in knowing you can power your business  with Cincinnati Bell's new anywhere bundle offering.  We have combined our best selling fiber Internet and cloud-based voice solutions to give your business the ability to always be on the go. 

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What is Fiber Internet?

Posted by Mark Richie on Oct 16, 2019 9:45:00 AM

What exactly is Fiber Optic Technology?

Fiber optic technology is the future of communications. When we talk about “fiber”, envision it as plastic smaller than a human hair or strand of glass in which data can be transmitted through light waves. Each individual stand of fiber is capable of transferring thousands of phone calls and emails simultaneously. Bundle them together into a fiber cable and that capacity skyrockets into the millions. Considering the traditional copper cables found in most homes and businesses are only capable of providing a fraction of this bandwidth, it’s not hard to see why everyone is insisting on fiber.

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