Did you know that when you sign up for internet with an internet service provider (ISP), you’re sharing internet through a single cable with everyone in your area? While sharing is caring, it’s not ideal when you’re trying to run a video conference or download a large file. By switching to a dedicated internet connection, your internet goes directly and only to your office. That means no more sharing with neighboring buildings and people that hog that treasured bandwidth.
While direct internet access has a host of benefits, it does come with a higher price tag. In this article, we cover the ins and outs of using dedicated internet access (DIA) so you can determine if its benefits outweigh the cost.
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