Business Internet. It's one of the biggest phrases that we get internet traffic from. And I wonder: Why?
I would imagine one of two scenarios:
The business is moving and they (obviously) need internet connection or,
The business already has internet and it’s not fast enough for their needs.
If a business is just starting up or moving, internet is a necessity. I get that. Whether the connection comes from DSL (please, NO!), or cable, or satellite, or whatever. I get it. The business only exists to generate income for the people who actively participate, or invest, in the business. Without internet connectivity there would be far less income to generate. So scenario one is a given.
It’s scenario two that has me intrigued.
Western Electric 2831
We recently came into posession of a Western Electric 2831 20 line phone, courtesy of NBC in Los Angeles. Being Low Voltage Technicians and telephone experts, we decided to repurpose the device for use in one of our shows. After the jump, we'll grow through our dissection and modifications and show off the final product!
Low Voltage Integrator
Business Installs is a Low Voltage Integrator. But what does that mean?
Technically, Low Voltage is classified by the State Licensing Board as a Specialty Contractor (C-7) who installs, services and maintains systems that don't exceed 91 volts. And an Integrator symply combines things. But realistically, this doesn't explain the totality of what a Low Voltage Inegrator is.
Data and Location Analytics
“Getting Business Value from Location Analytics”
Analyzing and visualizing your data in geographic context provides critical business insights and improves the decision making process. Not just knowing what is happening but where it is happening helps organizations: