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Creating a perfectly supportive working environment requires a high degree of patience, evaluation, and of course a stable and fast internet connection. The internet itself rapidly transformed the working landscape, helping countless businesses implement structured systems and processes. Your employees rely on the internet to carry out their work each day, and you should always be nurturing and supporting these pillars to boost productivity and morale in the office.

 

This article from the communications electrician Perth at Scott Comms will be analysing business internet and looking at how you can achieve better internet speeds in your office.

 

How can the internet affect a team’s productivity?

Productivity comes down to maximising the time available in the day to produce meaningful and appropriate work. You should never underestimate the importance of a good network within your working environment. Without a stable and fast internet connection, employees can be stuck twiddling their thumbs as file downloads. Not only does this affect productivity, but it can also affect employee’s attention and ultimately their desire to work for the business.

 

QUICKER TASK COMPLETION

Imagine that your office experiences an internet outage and your employees are forced into a period of downtime. Or if your internet isn’t capable of meeting the demands of all the employees, you may notice a significant slowdown when everyone attempts to use the network at once. As that clock ticks, you’re unfortunately letting a lot of money go to waste. An efficient business internet speed allows your employees to complete tasks quicker and allow them to get on with the rest of their day.

 

CLOUD-BASED SYSTEMS

With so many applications and processes being based in the cloud these days, it’s never been more important to invest in an appropriate business internet provider to match the demands of your office. The same goes for video conferencing, as with the rise of Zoom over 2020, you’ll need a stable and fast internet connection to ensure these meetings go without a hitch. The risk of losing a client from a situation like this should be alone enough to convince you of the need to ensure your employees are all connected to fast internet speeds.

 

How to get good internet speed for business

It will become obvious pretty quickly that you need to improve your business internet as employees may make remarks, or you may notice drops in work outputs. Whatever the reason, there are several important things that you can be doing today to get good internet speed for business. You may want to start out by analysing your current speeds with a free internet speed tool such as the Speedtest by Ookla or the free one that Google provides.

  1. Sometimes you may simply want to reboot your router and modem to help boost your speeds to where they should be. A simple restart is usually a good starting point and is something you should be doing on a regular basis for all the systems in place in your office.

  2. Assess the number of devices on your network, so that you can kick out any unauthorised users and free up greater bandwidth for your employees to use. This also proves as another useful step to analysing whether your current internet plan appropriately matches the demands of your office.

  3. Use a wired connection if possible. If many employees in your office need the ability to be mobile with their devices, then staying on WiFi may be a necessity. However, if possible, you should wire computers directly to the network allowing your employees to access stable and fast internet connections all throughout their working day.

  4. Clearing your browser cache on your office devices on a regular basis can help in boosting the speed of your internet at work. If you use more than one browser for work, you’ll need to go in and manually clear the cache of each one. Make sure these browsers are up to date with the latest versions installed, and try to keep the number of plugins you have to a minimum, as this can affect your internet speed.

  5. Lastly, you might want to reconsider your choice in ISP or look at upgrading your current plan. Search around for an appropriate provider and compare prices with their competitors. You always ensure that you’re getting the best value for the service that you require. Assess whether they have data caps on their plans and whether this will be suitable for what you need in the office.

Scott Comms – Communications Electrician Perth

If you’re looking to truly diagnose the issues in your office relating to your business internet speed, you need to get an experienced communications electrician in Perth to conduct a thorough analysis. Scott Comms can help to identify the appropriate network connections to adequately account for the needs of your business. Our specialists are available for professional network installations, NBN repair and installation, and to help you achieve good internet speed for business in your office space.

 

Give our communications specialists at Scott Comms a call today on (08) 6107 4553, or get in contact to get a free quote for your next job. Don’t forget that we offer a $0 callout fee on our electrical and communications services.

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