Technology Debt, Part Two
Back in February, we talked about the concept of Technology Debt, which is, the longer you wait to implement new technology, the harder it is to do when the time comes. Why?
FlexNetworks Update – Spring 2020
If you’ve been following our progress these past couple of years, you would have noticed a steady upward trajectory in terms of our geographic growth in both of our operating territories of Saskatchewan and the National Capital Region. This growth has been fueled by the pent-up demand for accessible, affordable, ultra high-speed connectivity by many […]
A Technology Primer on Remote Working
“Those that fail to plan, plan to fail.” It’s a cliché, I know, but it does fit right now. There’s a lot of chatter about working remotely right now, for obvious reasons. Organizations are trying to maintain a ‘business-as-usual’ approach with a dispersed workforce and they’re finding out the hard way that its one thing […]
Business Continuity during a Pandemic: Connectivity is Key!
The potential of a COVID-19 pandemic impacting our ability to operate in a ‘business-as-usual’ manner continues to rise everyday, making business continuity planning and execution vital. Ordering staff to work from home is an important step in preventing the spread of the virus and limiting a prolonged outbreak.
Are you running up a “Technology Debt”?
“(Companies) are allowing their current technology to drive their IT strategy instead of letting their long-term business strategy drive their technology decisions.” Ted Carty, VP Business Development, Grade A
Building a 530 km ‘Glass Highway’ from Regina to Saskatoon
“FlexNetworks is excited to play a part in the Connect to Innovate program and help transform the lives of thousands of Canadians and businesses. Partnering with the Government of Canada will enable us to build a fibre-optic network that will give Saskatchewan families and businesses access to high-speed services, which are essential to communicating and […]
From our viewpoint we’ve found that the three biggest issues related to poor connectivity in the workplace are: Staff productivity reduced by a slow network, Real-time applications negatively impacted by unreliable and instable consumer-grade services with ‘best-effort’ SLA’s, and, Delayed implementation of new technologies. Do any of these resonate with you?
Closing the gap on the ‘digital divide’ in rural Saskatchewan
Think about this for a second: when was the last time you picked up a landline telephone somewhere in Canada and didn’t get a dial-tone? I can recall maybe one or two times in the distant past when I got a ‘fast-busy’ signal instead of the tell-tale drone of dial-tone. The geographic disparity of our […]