best business email providers

According to a 2018 Radicati Group study, there will be more than 3.8 billion email users before the start of 2019. Amongst current American users, 89% check email at least once a day and nearly 21% check their email more than five times a day.

Needless to say, email is a vital part of modern communication. The influx and significance of email become even more heightened when you take into account the needs of small businesses.

Unlike casual users, small business owners and entrepreneurs must concern themselves with a meticulous organization of a large amount of incoming mail, the security of personal and client information, reliability, professional appearance and integration across platforms and devices.

As of 2018, there are 434 Email Service Providers (ESP) available in the market, and each one has it’s own unique package of features and tools available to users.

Here is an overview of three of the most well-rounded and highly regarded email service providers.

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small business owner touching data protection button

One of the many services we offer to all of our small business clients in Miami is data protection. The reason we stress this service so much is that a single security breach can devastate a small business.

Although many people think that hackers only target large companies, the truth is that there are many hackers out there that see small businesses as more accessible targets. They’re more interested in how weak your security system is compared to how much money you may be making. Read more

Comcast Gigabit Internet Service in Miami, FL - iFeeltech IT Services Miami (1)

If you are in Miami and looking for a high-speed internet service provider, Comcast Gigabit Internet is there to impress. It promises to provide exceptional coverage, speed, and control you need to enjoy the ultimate internet experience. With this internet package, businesses will now be able to consistently enjoy super fast speeds that will run even during peak hours when most people are online.

Comcast’s Gigabit Internet allows up to 1-gigabit download speed for employees within a company, which is estimated to be 80 times faster than the average internet access speed in America. With this service, businesses in Miami now have enough speed to connect more devices, allowing them to run their businesses on faster and more reliable network. Read more

Cloud Service and Support Options in Miami

If you have a small business and not using cloud computing, you may soon find yourself falling behind competitors that are on the cloud.

As stand-alone desktop applications losing popularity, companies are turning to cloud services, and for a number of good reasons.

Cloud computing can help save your small business time and money while boosting productivity.

Here are some of the reasons you should start using the cloud for your small business:

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Verizon's brand new 5G network trials are arriving in Miami, FL. 5G is the latest development in wireless technology offering blazing fast speeds.

Whether or not you have heard of 5G, the latest development in wireless technology, keep reading to learn more about this remarkable innovation and how you can possibly get it free for your Miami business or home!

Before you get too excited, unfortunately, the trials are a quite limited, only about 500 customers will be able to participate across a handful of selected cities, but luckily Miami is on that list.

Long story short, you’ll be able to apply for a free one-year trial for Verizon’s 5G field test, and if you’re lucky, you’ll get in and be able to enjoy insanely fast browsing speeds.

What is 5G, and how fast is it anyway?

If you’re not a super-nerd, chances are you don’t know what 5G is. 5G stands for “fifth generation” wireless technology.

Currently, the fastest internet services available are “Google Fiber” and “AT&T Gigapower” both of which boast up to 1 gigabit per second.

Now, that is going to be blown out of the water by 5G, which is expected to be twenty times faster than Google Fiber, processing a full 20 gigabits per second, but we are not there yet.

In the most recent field tests, Verizon was able to hit 10 gigabits per second, which is very impressive for an over the air connection. Read more