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Midwest Crossroads: Broadband vs. DIA for Businesses

When businesses connect with a shared internet service, they often risk network congestion, slow speeds, outages, unpredictable service, and security issues. Shared internet connections are good for a home or small office, but in an era of digital business, organizations that rely heavily on robust internet connectivity and reliable performance demand a more advantageous network solution.

Simply having connectivity is no longer sufficient. Businesses now depend on reliable and fast internet for their mission-critical applications. The speed, quality, and availability of an organization’s internet connection increasingly impact bottom lines and customer satisfaction. Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) is designed specifically for businesses with fast, reliable, and dynamic internet services.

This is why Horizon is proud to announce its virtual roundtable, titled, Beyond the Horizon with Glenn Lytle: “Business DIA vs. Broadband.” This event, taking place on Thursday, November 4th at 1 PM ET, brings together an esteemed panel of executives from ProStratus, Gallia-Meigs Community Action Agency, and more.

Throughout this virtual roundtable, attendees can expect to gain insights into:

  • The differences between business DIA and broadband
  • What customers must consider during their buying journey
  • SD-WAN and reliability
  • Why DIA is not just for the large enterprise anymore
  • Which key fiber connectivity factors to assess

Don’t miss this opportunity to catch important thought leadership about the future of business connectivity. Click here to register today.

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