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Multi-Location and Global Connectivity Solutions: What You Need to Know

By January 16, 2020 No Comments

Networking is at the heart of any business enterprise, connecting to prospect, customers, and employees to data, applications and devices. As network technology continues to evolve, businesses looking for an uplift in infrastructure have a wide variety of options. Especially challenging are multi-location global network requirements that demand sourcing and managing service providers outside of the local country where establishing foreign carrier relationships has a long lead-time, reconciling invoices in multiple currencies can be complicated and managing support across different time zones and languages can be challenging.

Without a solid networking foundation and strategy to migrate to new technologies, poor network performance has a direct negative impact on day-to-day operations from slow application performance that lowers employee productivity to unplanned outages that harm customer experience.  Globalgig offers solutions for the 24×7, global and on-demand operating environment, providing services from network aggregation to wireless and managed SD-WAN, with one support team and one invoice for world-wide services.

Business communication requires quality connectivity

Picture this common issue. A business meeting is about to take place. Everything is set up and the meeting is about to begin, but something goes wrong with the network connection. Meeting participants cannot access the vital data on their corporate network, the connection is weak and unreliable, or the connection quality is so poor that applications does not function correctly.

Having a resilient, secured and high-performing network can ensure this does not happen.  Businesses have a variety of solutions to choose from depending on their individual needs. Smaller companies may be able to survive on basic internet or cellular data plans. Large, multi-location, and global companies can analyze their business-critical traffic to determine what specific level of connectivity is required to meet present and future demands. This may require a multifaceted approach using redundant connections to ensure business continuity.

The explosion of connected devices in recent years, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), and Machine to Machine (M2M) communication, is in part due to business use. This has led to both an increase in the number of connections as well as the amount of data transferred. Businesses facing increased connectivity needs to have more flexible options. With the affordability of wireless services and the advent of 5G wireless technology promising gigabit speeds, businesses are leveraging wireless services today to easily and quickly connect devices, even in the hardest-to-reach locations.  Wireless service also delivers an economically favorable option for replacing expensive wireline circuits for failover.

You may be able to find local service providers which meet some business needs but require alternative solutions in other areas. Very few providers can deliver global networking solutions, both wireline and wireless and offers the flexible service packages as Globalgig.  We are focused on designing and implementing integrated solution that is easily adaptable for diverse business needs but also provides global coverage options. Globalgig offers all-in-one solutions that can scale with your business, offer reliable and redundant connectivity, and easy to manage systems with simple billing.

Global Business Connectivity with One Service Desk

Global connectivity is a complex problem for many organizations. When considering multi-national communication networks, there’s always the challenge of managing different network infrastructures provided by a wide-range of service providers. A company operating in multiple countries will generally use multiple carriers for wireline circuits. Adding wireless service globally presents its own set of challenges. This can mean obtaining multiple SIM cards, negotiating with carriers, managing multiple contracts and data plans. Delivering wireline and wireless services internationally means adapting to changing international regulations, dealing with foreign installations requirements, invoices in foreign currencies, and many customer support teams.

Ensuring Critical Business Function Reliability

Many key business processes today rely on cloud-based services such as Hosted Voice of Internet Protocol (VoIP), Office 365 for e-mail and collaboration, CRM, marketing automation and other operating applications. More and more companies are migrating to Software-as-a-Services (SaaS) applications.  Moving data computing, storage and key business programs to a cloud platform through a SD-WAN network infrastructure provides many advantages such as ease of access and eliminates the hassles of managing an in-house IT environment.  However, this approach also requires a reliable, high-performance network. Multi-location and global businesses also require quick and reliable connections to operate competitively.

The Explosion of Connected Devices

Businesses with multiple locations face unique connectivity challenges. The increased use of technology to drive business functions has also increased the need for reliable and secure networks. Many large businesses need to regularly connect remote locations and devices which require unique networking solutions.

The explosion of connected devices in recent years, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), and Machine to Machine (M2M) communication, is in part due to business use. This has led to both an increase in the number of connections as well as the amount of data transferred. Businesses facing increased connectivity needs to have more flexible options. With the affordability of wireless services and the advent of 5G wireless technology promising gigabit speeds, businesses are leveraging wireless services today to easily and quickly connect devices, even in the hardest-to-reach locations.  Wireless service also delivers an economically favorable option for replacing expensive wireline circuits for failover.

You may be able to find local service providers which meet some business needs but require alternative solutions in other areas. Very few providers can deliver global networking solutions, both wireline and wireless and offers the flexible service packages as Globalgig.  We are focused on designing and implementing integrated solution that is easily adaptable for diverse business needs but also provides global coverage options. Globalgig offers all-in-one solutions that can scale with your business, offer reliable and redundant connectivity, and easy to manage systems with simple billing.

Global Business Connectivity with One Service Desk

Global connectivity is a complex problem for many organizations. When considering multi-national communication networks, there’s always the challenge of managing different network infrastructures provided by a wide-range of service providers. A company operating in multiple countries will generally use multiple carriers for wireline circuits. Adding wireless service globally presents its own set of challenges. This can mean obtaining multiple SIM cards, negotiating with carriers, managing multiple contracts and data plans. Delivering wireline and wireless services internationally means adapting to changing international regulations, dealing with foreign installations requirements, invoices in foreign currencies, and many customer support teams.

Dealing with service issues and ticket management in other countries and different languages can complicate connectivity management even more. Mobile business teams require secure and reliable connections to business data and applications. Considering the quality or operations of third-party infrastructure, business needs may also focus on quality control through back up or redundant communication systems.

How Globalgig Can Help

Globalgig offers unique solutions tailored to many business connectivity needs. These solutions can include combinations of wireline and wireless services from network aggregation to managed Software Defined – Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN).  Global wireless services via our unique patented SIM cards with seamless connectivity in 200+ countries is also a core asset that businesses can leverage to streamline connectivity management.

Discovery of the appropriate solution by Globalgig involves analyzing existing business capabilities through site visits, interviews, network evaluations, and risk assessments.  Our solution experts take into consideration existing IT infrastructure, the level of network monitoring and security required, and business application needs. The data collected and analyzed is used to design solutions that aim to support the long-term goal of the company. Solutions include affordable and convenient connectivity options across multiple platforms almost anywhere in the world.