Broadband v Ethernet:
Recognise the true value of connectivity
to your business – and invest in a connection package accordingly.
When you’re choosing how to connect your business to the internet and the cloud, you need to look beyond the headline price. Think like a business, not a bargain-hunting consumer.
While Broadband certainly offers value-for-money, it isn’t as robust a technology as Ethernet. The use of the public telecoms network means Broadband lacks the performance and reliability today’s organisations need – especially if connectivity is central to their business.
Ethernet, using dedicated fibre optic connections, offers the fastest speeds, performance and reliability. It is designed specifically for businesses and backed by a stringent service level agreements. For that reason, it’s a clear winner over Broadband.
Whichever broadband internet service you go for, make sure it is backed by robust SLAs (Service Level Agreements) relating to fix times. The key thing is not to put your business at risk by under investing in connectivity.
The important thing is to recognise the true value of connectivity to your business – and invest in a connection package accordingly.
Buy the best your business can afford, not the cheapest on offer.
SBC Broadband V Ethernet Buyers Guide
SBC Broadband Brochure